Join artist and community gardener Maymana Arefin for free family art sessions exploring more-than-human worlds, folklore and fantasy.
Through November and December, adults and children are invited to weekly sessions using found objects and storytelling to develop characters that exist in the world of soil beneath our feet.
Inspired by the Green in the Grooves exhibition and Tamara Henderson’s The Canberran Characters, these sessions encourage families to transform scavenged materials such as clay, natural objects, fabric, cardboard and yarn into sculptures.
Designed for children and guardians working together, Otherworldly Creatures will guide us in using our imaginations to build new worlds. With a focus on sensory play and experimentation, these activities are accessible for all.
The programme is supported by a Cultural Education and Learning Support Fund from Camden Council.