Get stuck into sculpture this summer!
Nine Elms is home to a number of public sculptures, old and new: from monumental works by Barbara Hepworth and Henry Moore, to more recent commissions, such as the brightly coloured ‘Power’ installation at Battersea Power Station by Morag Myerscough.
Join artist Kathy MacCarthy for a three-day workshop inspired by the public sculpture in Nine Elms. With Kathy, you will be investigating different sculptures through discussion, and through different materials – drawing, collage, clay etc. making your own forms to temporarily situate next to existing artworks. Over the course of the three days you will learn more about making and presenting sculpture, and will be encouraged to reflect on the role of sculpture in relation to place. This workshop is ideally suited to with an interest in or pursuing art at GSCE or above, but all those aged 14 and over and welcome.
Please reserve your FREE place via the Eventbrite link below.The workshop will be held from 10am-3pm at the ROSE Centre, SW8.
Kathy MacCarthy graduated with an MA in sculpture from the Royal College of Art in 1983. Since then she has worked as an associate lecturer and visiting lecturer of fine art including at Central St Martins, Chelsea School of Art, Camberwell School of Art and Falmouth School of Art and Design. She has also worked as a gallery lecturer in the education departments of PEER, Camden Arts Centre, National Portrait Gallery, Whitechapel Gallery and the Wallace Collection and has been an artist in residence at St Pauls Way Comprehensive in Tower Hamlets and Virgo Junior School in Norwood. Recent exhibitions include Seen Fifteen, Peckham (2017), Ryan Gallery, Shoreditch (2015) and the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition (2011, 2010).
Part of Outer Limits: Summer of Public Art in Nine Elms.
ROSE Community Centre
22 Ascalon St, London SW8 4DJ
Vauxhall/ Battersea Park Station/ Queenstown Road
Start date: 13/08/2018
End date: 15/08/2018
Open from 10:00 to 15:00