Sundays, 2.00 – 4.30pm
Every Sunday throughout the exhibitions, families can drop-in to the Drawing Studio and galleries to take part in free, creative and fun activities led by our Family Artist-in-Residence Fredrik Andersson (a.k.a. FreddeLanka). Taking inspiration from Landline, an exhibition by Amy Sillman, families are invited to take part in a series of activities drawing on key themes from the exhibition, working with clay, colour and humour to creatively capture the human condition in all its strange and silly forms. Join us for sessions where we will work with a range of materials and ideas to create continuous paintings, animations, illustrations and zines.
Family Takeover is suitable for children of all ages and materials are provided free of charge, but donations are welcomed.
The space is wheelchair accessible. Please contact us if you have any additional access requirements.
Please note there will be no session on Sundays 23, 30 December and 6 January.
Fredrik Andersson (a.k.a. FreddeLanka) is a Swedish illustrator, ceramicist and sometime writer, who migrated to London five years ago to study at Camberwell College of arts where he did a BA in Illustration. Andersson makes use of bold colours and shapes to create a wide range of work from ceramics to digital drawings that feed back into each other. His practice is based around human interactions and is heavily autobiographical, using his sense of humour as a way to process his emotions from the happy to the sad. Read more