Price: Free, booking essential
We warmly invite families with a child/children with disabilities and their siblings to join us for a free art workshop at Autograph’s gallery in Shoreditch.
The whole family is invited to get involved in creative play exploring the senses – playing with textures, light, sculpture and a variety of art materials.
Children with complex needs are welcome. This inclusive event will be led by artist educator Katriona Beales, who has extensive experience creating and leading workshops for families with children with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities).
Autograph’s gallery is accessible and step-free. You can expect a warm welcome from our staff and volunteers before diving into a fun afternoon of art-making and experimentation.
HOW TO BOOK A TICKET TO THIS EVENT
Tickets to this event are free, however must be booked in advance. You can book tickets on our website, on Eventbrite, on this Facebook event, by phoning Autograph at 020 7729 9200, or by emailing email@example.com. Please book 1 ticket per family.
After you book a ticket, you will be contacted by Autograph via email to provide more information about the attendees and how we can make the event as accessible as possible for your family.
Everyone is welcome at Autograph. We are based in the heart of Shoreditch, East London in EC2A 3BA.
Autograph’s iconic building was designed by Sir David Adjaye, and is the UK’s first permanent public space dedicated to diversity in the visual arts. It is also fully accessible.
At our gallery and in the community, our learning programme creates welcoming spaces for people to share experiences, make artwork and become inspired.
ACCESSIBILITY AT AUTOGRAPH
Our building Rivington Place is an accessible space with a step-free entrance at street level, and a lift to all floors. Unisex, accessible toilets are located on all floors.
Download our Accessibility Guide for detailed access information about our venue and transport at http://bit.ly/2DF11bE
We are happy to help. If you would like to discuss your visit, or have any questions, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or 020 7749 9200
Supported using public funding the Arts Council England