What’s going on?
Join us on Tuesday afternoons in December for after-school art workshops for children and young people using a range of exciting materials and techniques to create artworks and craft items for Christmas.
Marking Places is out new creative project funded by the Big Lottery Awards For All fund. Over the next year, we will be working with the community to create some commemorative markers for heritage sites in Burgess Park.
The Mayor Of London’s Get Moving programme encourages fresh approaches to physical, mental and creative activity for older Londoners. Art in the Park’s Community Green gardening and food project, in partnership with Southwark Council and based in Burgess Park community garden, was one of only 16 projects in London to receive funding. Under the Community Green banner, and thanks to a small grant from Notting Hill Housing, we also ran Intergenerational Summer Workshops for people to design, decorate and plant containers for their balconies and gardens.
Place to Remember was our heritage project funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund exploring the social and architectural history of four local buildings in Walworth and Camberwell. We were delighted to have so many local people and organisations involved, and that ASC gallery was able to host our final exhibition.
Garden Planters with Rose Court Care Home
We have been working in the garden with residents of Anchor’s Rose Court Care Home and members of Age Concern Lewisham and Southwark’s Yalding Road Healthy Living Centre, thanks to a small grant from United St Saviour’s.
Classes for adults and children every Friday and Saturday at the studio. Come and have some fun with clay! Enjoy clay painting and wheel throwing, ceramics and ceramic painting
Kiln Firing & Ceramic Services
We are now offering kiln firings and other services to ceramicists without their own kiln of studio. Firings start from £40 – please get in touch with Nam Tran for more details.
Thank you to The Bigger Picture!
The Bigger Picture at EDT Film Club has funded the purchase of a pottery wheel for the use of local people in Southwark and Lambeth. To have a second wheel has allowed us to work with twice the number of people at each session and events. Thank you all at the Bigger Picture EDT Film Club!
We have many new art courses and workshops running throughout the year. Life drawing, wood carving, mosaics, pewter and more. See here for more details. Some concessions are available.
Art in the Park is a charity devoted to enriching Londoners’ lives and environment through the visual arts. We run art, performance-based and heritage projects, education and training workshops and are involved in community, studio and public art projects. Our well-resourced studios and training space are located in the centre of Burgess Park, London and run by a team of experienced and talented artists.
Become a member
Find out more about who we are and what we’re up to by becoming a member of Art in the Park. Members can expect regular updates on events and workshops. There will be two meetings each year for members to share experiences and views on how Art in the Park should develop and grow.
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All successful companies need innovation, creativity, and ingenuity. Art in the Park has organised creative team-building days for many different work-teams over the years. These sessions are tailor-made for the group and we are flexible as to content and size of team.
Designed and built by Art in the Park artist William Hudson, each one of our three paint machines offer a unique and interactive approach to the creation of art. And everyone leaves with their own unique piece of artwork, or two… or three…!
Hire the Paint Machines for your own event!