9–22 April 2019
National Lottery Heritage Fund
Did you know The Watts Gallery is National Lottery funded? They are holding a selection of events over the Easter half term to keep the little ones happy!
Easter Holidays - Tuesday 9 - Monday 22 April
From celestial tealight holders to metallic moon prints, follow in the footsteps of the Moonscapes artists and make it your mission to capture the magic of the Moon this Easter.
Moon Prints: Tuesday 9 - Monday 22 April | 10am - 4pmFree with admission | Friends free | Under 18s free
Clore Learning Studio | Drop-in | All ages
Make metallic moon prints using gel printing plates. Use a range of tools and textures to create the effect of the Moon's surface.
Moonscapes Mission: Tuesday 9 - Monday 22 April | 10am - 5pm Free with admission | Friends free | Under 18s free
Collect from the Visitor Centre or Watts Studios | Recommended for ages 5+
Go on a journey to the Moon with this fun family trail. Find a marvellous mechanical moon model, discover early photographs of the moon and meet moon goddesses. Complete the Moonscapes trail and return it to the Visitor Centre to receive a chocolatey treat from Tuesday 9 – Monday 22 April.
Find out more here: https://www.wattsgallery.org.uk/whats-on/easter-holidays-19/
This is a paid event and is not run by The National Lottery. Prices, dates, and timings can be found on the link above. Please contact the project if you have any questions.
2 April – 23 June 2019
In the 50th anniversary year of the first moon landing, this exhibition will explore the fascination that artists and scientists have long had with the earth's closest cosmic neighbour.
May Half Term at The Watts Gallery
25 May – 2 June 2019
Let your imagination take you to the Moon and back this May Half Term. Make your own lunar landscape in creative workshops and hear stories from many moons ago.
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