Family fun: what’s happening in June 2018?
At the start of each month we’ll be compiling a list of events and activities for families and young people to enjoy here at The Point.
Without further ado, here’s our free, fun and family-friendly list for June!
5 – 26 June: Tuesday Art Clubs, 5:15pm – 6:15pm and 6:15pm – 7:30pm
On Tuesday evenings throughout June, young people can have a go at creating Zines with illustrator Ed Syder. Workshops are suitable for young people aged 8+, and parents/carers do not need to stay in sessions.
9 June: Saturday Family Workshop, 10am – 2pm
Design and make your own mini Zine as a family with artist Karen Hall.
11 June: Home Education Workshops, 10am – 12pm and 1pm – 3pm
Visual art workshops for home-educated children. To book a place, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are coming to the end of our current What’s On Guide and have just released the new edition, with activities from July through to December including plenty of family workshops throughout the summer holidays! Click here to view the upcoming activities.
Celebrate, 7 – 30 June
Celebrate is a showcase of work by Art, Design and Media Graduates from University Centre Doncaster which will include a eclectic mix of work such as sketches, paintings, 2D/3D visual development, animations, textile designs, ceramics, sculptures and illustrations. Featuring works in progress as well as completed pieces, the exhibition gives a glimpse into the artistic process and showcases the diverse and creative range of skills by local developing talent.
We are recruiting young people (13 – 25) with a passion for the arts to become part of our new Young Curators Group. The group will become involved in a range of activity, such as assisting with exhibition programming and curating the gallery space. No experience is necessary.
The first opportunity will be to work on our upcoming exhibition from Tate and National Galleries of Scotland, Artist Rooms. More information will be released soon but if you would like to register to your interest, email email@example.com.
Our workshops and exhibitions are free to attend. We are a charity reliant on funding, so if you would like to donate to support our work, please click here.