Workshops

We run a range of workshops throughout the year - when these become available they will be listed below.

Tree of Life Drop-in Workshop for Children & Families

Saturday 22 June, Drop-in Gallery Workshop, 12-3pm, free admission.

Focusing on nature, kids aged 7+ years and all visitors to our gallery are invited to join exhibiting artist, Anushiya Sundaralingham, in creating a ‘tree of life’ in our gallery space to be part of her exhibition. 

Looking at different types of trees and leaves, you will make a mixed media tree for our gallery space together, and experimenting with colour, texture and shape, decorate the tree with your own beautiful and unique colourful leaves. 

This is an informal gallery workshop, open to everyone of all abilities. 


Drypoint Printmaking

Saturday 29 June, 10am-4pm, Cost £30 

Learn about printmaking in two informal printmaking classes with exhibiting artist Anushiya Sundaralingham. 

Dry point printmaking is one of the most direct of the intaglio printing techniques. Lines (images) are scratched directly into a plastic with a sharp tool, ink is applied and then print is taken.  You can bring your drawings and images to the class to explore and experiment ideas to create a number of images. This is suitable for absolute beginners. 


Monotype Printing Workshop

Saturday 6 July, 10am-4pm, Cost £30

Learn about printmaking in two informal printmaking classes with exhibiting artist Anushiya Sundaralingham. Monotype printing is known as the most painterly method of printing techniques. This workshop will allows you to experiment with different texture materials such as leaves, grass, flowers, threads, lace etc. You will also have an opportunity to cut stencils which will allow you to work with different layers colours to create unique print. This workshop is suitable for absolute beginners. 


Traditional Chinese Painting Workshop

Traditional Chinese painting workshop

Monday 12 August, 11am – 1pm & 2-4pm

Booking essential.

Following his successful inaugural exhibition of Chinese watercolour paintings last year, artist Rong-Gin Yin is exhibiting his new collection in four museums across Northern Ireland in 2019. To coincide with his exhibition, there will be workshops where you will learn from observing his demonstrations in traditional and contemporary styles. You will enjoy producing your own Chinese paintings in ink and Chinese water-colours. All materials are provided.


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