Join artist educator Taiba Akhtar to take part in creative activities surrounded by the cherry blossom trees in Oozells Square, Brindleyplace, outside Ikon Gallery. Families are invited to create floral origami and monoprints inspired by the blossoms, their fleeting fragility and uniqueness. Open to all ages.
Bring a packed lunch with you and take part in the Blossom Together Picnic (12-2pm), organised by Ladywood Arts Forum and Brindleyplace and supported by National Trust: Thanks to players of People’s Postcode Lottery.
Family Saturday takes place on the first Saturday of every month, 11am-3pm – join us for a drop-in creative activity, led by a local artist.
Ikon’s Learning Programme is supported by Cass Art. Please consider making a donation for this free activity.
About the artist
Taiba Akhtar is an artist and printmaker based in Birmingham. Her evolving interest of language and communication binds the spoken, written and the read. Her visuals stem from time and the passing of time, entangling thoughts, feelings and actions.
Free, suggested donation £5
No need to book, just drop in
This event takes place outside in Oozells Square. If the weather is bad, the activity will move inside to the Events Room.
Please note there may be a wait time for taking part in this activity.
Information on Ikon Gallery’s accessibility is available here.
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1 Oozells Square, Brindleyplace, Birmingham B1 2HS