In line with national lockdown measures, both our venues are currently closed.

In the meantime there is content on our website for you to enjoy; including a brilliant talk-through of The Vanity of Small Differences by Grayson Perry. On our Films & Audio page you can find selected films from the Arts Council Collection, Tropicalité, l’Île et l’Exote by Paul Maheke, and Gender Song by Evan Ifekoya. You can also listen to our ArtPods, or view online all the incredible postcards in Extraordinary Postcards for Extraordinary Times, created during the spring lockdown in 2020.

For families, have a go at making your own Grayson Perry paper sculptures. You can also look at previous wokshops for more things to do, including How Do we Learn?, How Do We Remember Things?, and How Do We Problem Solve? There are three more workshops for Children’s Art Week with downloadable activity sheets, plus our Family Think & Do activity.

In the first lockdown we put together a list of things to do offered by other galleries and organisations, which you can find here.

Our online shop is open with a Click & Collect service if you are local

Our Tea, Cake & Art group will continue to meet via by Zoom on Tuesday afternoons. Please get in touch if you or someone you know would like to take part.

Other exciting projects are under development too, so please keep an eye on our website and social media for more information, or join our mailing list for the latest information.

We look forward to welcoming you back as soon as we can reopen.

  • Photo by Steve Tanner

  • Photo by Steve Tanner

  • Paul Maheke, Tropicalité, l'Île et l'Exote Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London. © Paul Maheke. All rights reserved, DACS

  • Tea,Cake & Art by Zoom