This event takes place at Ikon Gallery
Book an arrival timeslot (one timeslot per family)
Free, suggested donation £5
Booking essential. Online booking closes at 10am on Saturday 2 October.
Join local visual arts duo Hipkiss & Graney to create a series of magical woodland inspired collaborative drawings. Focusing on micro-organisms and plant networks, families can experiment with various creative techniques and processes.
Inspired by Bill Woodrow and Richard Deacon’s current exhibition at Ikon, which reveals the artists’ collaborative process, families work together to create a new artwork, combining responses to ecological happenings.
This event is open to all families and aimed at all ages. It is free to attend but advance booking is needed. All materials provided. If you have any access requirements for the session, please let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
This workshop is in association with The Big Draw. Ikon’s Learning Programme is supported by Cass Art. Please consider making a donation for this free activity. Ikon is a registered charity and your support helps us with everything we do.
About the artists
Hipkiss & Graney are a visual arts duo based in Stirchley, South Birmingham.
Their practice explores ideas of collectivity, community and counter-movements through socially engaged workshops, large-scale interactive installations and performative outputs. Their performances discuss political and environmental issues, often involving magic realism and fictional organisations.