Make-it: Sculpture

Welcome to the Summer of Sculpture! Take part in this Make It workshop to explore sculpting pots shaped as faces and the body.

+44 (0)20 7942 2000
  • V&A South Kensington

    Cromwell Road
    London, SW7 2RL

  • Art Studio, Learning Centre

  • Families

    Families, ages 5+

  • Tickets cost £12.00

Past Event
Make-it: Sculpture photo

Join ceramicist Chris Bramble who creates figurative works that combine hand-built sculptural elements with thrown ware, for a hands-on workshop exploring pottery. Get inspired by Chris’s work to make your own piece of pottery expressing the human form that’s inspired by your own identity and culture.
Play with expressions and poses as you create your pots, whilst picking up tips on sculpting with clay along the way.
You’ll come away with your own sculptural pottery pieces to take home with you!

The 10:30 workshop is recommended for ages 5-7; 13:00 is recommended for ages 8-10 and 15:00 is recommended for 11-13.

Tickets are £12 per child, children must be accompanied by an adult. Please book a free ticket for each accompanying adult. Please note that adults will be able to attend only if they've booked a child ticket too.
This is a families event for adults to do with children; no child can be left unattended.
Please click on 'download brochure' on the right-hand side if you'd like to find out more about Chris Bramble.

Please double-check that you are available for an event before booking tickets, we only offer refunds in exceptional circumstances. If the V&A needs to cancel the event due to an emergency, or for any reason beyond the control of the V&A, we will reschedule your booking for a later date. If it’s not possible to reschedule your booking, we will offer a full refund.

This event is part of the Summer of Sculpture. The Summer of Sculpture is a series of programmes and events celebrating the Thomas J. Price Display coming to the V&A and the range of identities that exist within the collection. Across August, families are invited to explore how artists create sculptures inspired by the human form and to how we can explore identity through art, design, and performance.

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