Explore our galleries and learn new illustration techniques using both British Sign Language (BSL) and spoken English with artist and educator Christopher Sacre.
Draw, create and socialise with other families in this hands-on workshop tailored for children aged 5-10 and their parents and carers. Both hearing and Deaf families are welcome.
In this month’s workshop, we’ll be illustrating our daily lives, inspired by the systematic designs and layouts of Marie Neurath: Picturing Science. Your ticket includes entry to this and other current exhibitions.
This family illustration workshop is for 5-10 year olds and their parents and carers.
Materials are provided.
About the tutor:
Christopher Sacre is an artist and educator, specialising in providing workshops and arts activities that are fully accessible to Deaf people and their families. He also supports other facilitators in improving the accessibility of their provision at galleries, museums and other creative events.
Our shop and galleries are all on the ground floor and are fully wheelchair-accessible, with lift access to our workshop space, and accessible toilets. We have baby changing facilities and are buggy-friendly. House of Illustration welcomes guide and assistance dogs.
Tickets are £5 per session and cover one adult and one child. If you wish to bring one more child or an additional adult, please purchase an additional ticket.
Free tickets for unwaged participants are available; please email email@example.com to book one.