Regular Free Family Drop In Workshops, Selected Saturdays 12.00-15.00

Family

Join us for regular weekend family workshops, where we invite families to be creative and learn together, alongside artists, illustrators and designers. Explore Somerset House and our exhibitions and displays though an exciting range of activities, from painting and model-making to fashion design and animation. Each workshop is designed to inspire and encourage creative discovery, and spark fresh activities to try at home.

Here's what people have been saying about our workshops:

Allowed children to be very creative... Great quality materials.

Excellent staff - encouraging and creative.

Super activities.

A fantastic day out!

FAMILY AT SOMERSET HOUSE:
Free Drop-In Family Workshop: Capture the Sun
Saturday, 7 May 2016, 12.00-15.00
New Wing, Free

Capture the sun in an afternoon of installation fun, inspired by Katie Paterson’s exhibit ‘Totality’. Artist Gareth Owen Lloyd shows us how to build, shape, and manipulate solar silhouettes to create a wall of wondrous works. Free for families with accompanied children aged 6-12 years.

Weekends in the Treasury
January - December 2016
Utopia Treasury, Great Arch Hall, Free

Join us every weekend in the Treasury to take part in Utopia 2016 a year of imagination and possibility.

Make & Do with the Treasurers: fun and creative activities that explore utopian ideas from the past, present and future. Suitable for all ages, materials provided.

Tell us about your Utopia; contribute a post it note with your thoughts and help us to disseminate lessons for how we might live, make, work and play better.

Meet the Treasurers; have a chat about the original text Utopia by Thomas More and the Utopia 2016 programme.

Or simply relax and enjoy the Treasury; browse our micro library of Utopian literature and play songs on A Jukebox of People Trying to Change the World by Ruth Ewan.

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Father Thames: The Bearded River God
Activity Sheet

The spirit of the River Thames runs through Somerset House, in fact the river used to flow directly into the building before Victoria Embankment was built. When entering the building via the Great Arch you can see Somerset House’s unofficial mascot: Father Thames, London’s own watery guardian, overseeing the river from its source all the way through London to where the river meets the sea.
Click here to download our ather Thames Activity Sheet
Suitable for families with children aged 6-12years.

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