As part of Deptford X Festival, Anthology invites you to join a free workshop for an afternoon of laughter, play and art exploration.
Join artist Hannah Clayden to explore ideas around laughter and architecture, in a free family workshop that children will love! Come along for some large scale collaborative making as we re-imagine how buildings work, taking inspiration from Anthology’s Deptford Foundry. What kind of bridge could you build out of cocktail sticks? What if the tallest building in London was a giant slide? Parents are encouraged to get stuck in too!
Hannah Clayden’s art is primarily collaborative. Working across disciplines she deliberately blurs the boundary between art and everyday life, often using humour to take existing situations and re-imagine them. Through play and games, she encourages others to take risks, make mistakes and develop new ways of relating to each other.
This activity workshop is most suitable for children aged between 7 – 11 years. All children must be accompanied by an adult.