Green thinking: Designing to survive
04 June 2014 Wednesday 19:00‐ 21:00
Adult Workshop
(wine & nibbles provided)
Slide show and talk about sustainable architecture and climate change
Workshop: Addressing climate change through architecture and creating your own futuristic eco‐vision. (Group Study: design charrette ,sketching)
examine original drawings and models by some of the greatest architects the world has ever seen.
SW17: Yesterday & tomorrow
07 June 2014 Saturday 10:00 – 12:00
Family workshop: (taster) ( 1 or 2 hours )
Slide show and talk about change in the built environment and how our surroundings have been transformed over the time.
Workshop: Looking at the today’s architecture and re‐imagining buildings around us.
(Design charrette , sketching, model making)
Shaping the buildings
14 June 2014 Saturday 10:00 – 12:00
Family workshop ( 1 or 2 hours )
OPTION 1: On- site drawing sessions. or
OPTION 2: Sketching and model making
Sketching or model making after studying original drawings, models and photographs of
famous buildings.
Model making of imaginary buildings, cities (cardboard, foam blocks and lego)

Paint and Decorate a holiday postcard for friends and family Workshops

Thursday 30th July from 11.00 to 1.00pm

As part of their exhibition at Sprout Arts, Sophie and John will be holding a drop-in workshop on Thursday 30th July from 11.00 to 1.00pm ‘Paint and Decorate a holiday postcard for friends and family'.  

Suitable for all ages but children must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Come along and join in!

    

SOPHIA HUGHES' landscapes employ acrylic and mixed media to recreate remembered atmosphere of places recently visited. The semi-abstarct style helps to distill and objectify the otherwise very personal memory of these specific places.  

JOHN WORKMAN’s  lightbox landscapes are more about time than space. You can peer through them into a succession of past periods, recent and remote.

Sophia Hughes and John Workman's exhibition 

‘Landscapes Past and Present’. continues until Saturday 1st August.