Our in person workshop programme has been paused till it’s safe to resume. We have moved our monthly events online so you can still play along at home with us using our activity sheets and packs.

Upcoming Workshops:

Open Play Online – Circles – Sunday 13th June 11am – 12.30pm

When lines loop, round and round and come back to the beginning, we can create circles. They can be faces or bubbles or clocks or balloons or the moon. And if you add circles together you can make clouds and animals and solar systems. What will you make with circles?

Aimed at 0 – 4 year olds.

Atlas Explorers – De Montfort University – Tuesday 15th June 11am – 12.30pm

Using the Atlas Explorers Map to take your little explorers aged 0-4 years on a sensory adventure on De Montfort University’s campus.

Aimed at 0 – 4 year olds.

Family Workshop –  Collage – Saturday 26th June

Online session: 11am – 12.30pm 
Gallery session: 1pm – 3pm

When we cut and stick materials together, this makes a collage. Old birthday cards, leaflets and magazines can be used to create pictures about dream worlds, magical beings or time machines. We’ll start by cutting out things that interest us and then arrange them onto a piece of paper. We’ll cut, add and stick bits together until it’s done!

Aimed at 5 – 13 year olds.

Click on the title of the workshop you’d like to book or email Morgan.
Get in touch: morgan.stockton@dmu.ac.uk


Activity Packs:

Play with Clay

(Fun for all the family)
Free Play with Clay packs for our family community whilst the gallery temporarily closed. Get your hands messy and play with clay at home! You can squish it, bash it, roll it, flatten it, decorate it and join it to make something new and exciting. It starts off as a lump, but what will it become? If you look after your clay creation while it dries and return it to Leicester Gallery Shop, Morgan will have it fired and glazed for you to keep forever.

Get inspired with our Play with Clay workshop video. Click Here.

Email Morgan to book your Play with Clay pack: morgan.stockton@dmu.ac.uk