The Wild Escape: Who lives at the bottom of the garden?

Garden Museum, London
6 April 2023
2pm - 4pm

Join us to create two-dimensional creatures out of paper, inspired by the wildlife we find in our gardens. These will be displayed as part of a collaborative artwork for Earth Day on 22 April.

There’s a worm at the bottom of the garden… what else can we find outside?

In this session we will be using paper, collage, paint and glue to create cut out animals to include in our collaborative artwork for Earth Day on 22 April, which will stay on display until the end of May.

From wildlife to pets, what animals live at the bottom of the garden? Foxes, squirrels, tortoises, cats? With reference to some of the artwork in our collection as well as to children’s book illustrators, you can have fun exploring who lives at the bottom of the garden..

Suitable for ages 3-10, children must be accompanied by an adult

Be part of The Wild Escape, a nationwide celebration of UK nature inspired by the wildlife found in museum and galleries. The Wild Escape is made possible with support from Arts Council England’s National Lottery Project Grants, with additional support from Bloomberg Philanthropies, Kusuma Trust, Foyle Foundation and a group of generous individuals and trusts. 

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