Working with Queen's Theatre.
This November we have teamed up with our friends at Queens Theatre to bring you some amazing opportunities for the young and the young at heart to enjoy a series of workshops aimed at having fun, learning and self expression.
We have charged a small fee for these events in order to help raise much needed funds for our Kids Patch Clubs.
These are our Ofsted registered weekend clubs for children aged 5+ with disabilities or additional needs, they provide respite for parents, guardians or carers, and through fun activities help build social interaction, confidence and independence in these young people and can really help change their lives.
Workshops we're running
PLACES ARE LIMITED.
We hope you enjoy your time with us and Queens Theatre!
Join us at our building in Pembroke Gardens, Dagenham for a series of workshops lead by a local art teacher who over the course of 4 weeks will de-mystify Graffiti and lead you to generate your own piece of Graffiti based art under the theme of Independence and have the opportunity to put it on our building as part of a large mural celebrating our Kids Patch Clubs!
[each will run for 90 minutes and be held at Pembroke Gardens]
- The rise of Graffiti and its social impact.
- Famous Graffiti artists from Banksy to Basquiat.
- What makes a great piece of Graffiti art.
- Interpreting the Theme of Independence and understanding Kids Patch.
- Getting started – the basics
Weeks 2 and 3
- Building your Graffiti artwork
Week 4 - The final scene
Number of participants: 20
Cost per participant £10 per workshop or book for all 4 at £30
Timings - Friday in November starting .9th then 16th, 23rd, 30th.
All materials will be supplied.
To reserve a place please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Liam at DABD on 020 8492 8603.