Family

Young People: Creating Textile Jewellery

30 March 2024
2pm to 4pm
£5

Be inspired by the exhibition Out Shopping: The Dresses of Marion and Maud Sambourne (1880-1910) and the textile embellishments on display. Using vibrant threads and eclectic materials, this workshop encourages young creatives to reflect on self-expression as they design and handcraft personalized accessories and fashion statements.

Be inspired by the exhibition Out Shopping: The Dresses of Marion and Maud Sambourne (1880-1910) and the textile embellishments on display.

Using vibrant threads and eclectic materials, this workshop encourages young creatives to reflect on self-expression as they design and handcraft personalized accessories and fashion statements.

Useful information

  • A drop off workshop suitable for unaccompanied young people aged 11-16yrs.

  • The session will take place in the Learning Centre at Leighton House and includes a guided tour of the exhibition.

  • Entry to the museum is included for young people joining the workshop. Adults can enjoy the garden and Drawings Gallery for free, or visit the cafe, but will need to buy an admission ticket if they wish to visit the historic house.

  • All materials will be provided and participants will be able to take home their creation.

This listing is supplied by one of our museum partners and is not moderated by Art Fund.

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Leighton House

12 Holland Park Road, London, Greater London, W14 8LZ
020 7361 3783

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Opening hours

Wednesdays to Mondays, 10am – 5:30pm

Last entry 4:30pm

 

Refurbishments

In October 2022 Leighton House completed a major redevelopment that has provided the museum with improved visitor facilities, additional exhibition space, a dedicated learning centre and a brand new cafe overlooking the garden, all located in a new wing which also houses a welcoming reception area and shop.

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