Join artist Lily Ash Sakula and be inspired by the Queen's House to create a claymation pageant.
Very few people are born royal, but many have created lineages, courts and symbols of power for themselves: from pearly kings to drag queens, from the artist formerly known as Prince to Queen B.
In this workshop we will explore how people have subverted symbols of royalty and reshaped them in their own image. We will collect our favourite costumes, symbols and poses from the Queen's House, to inspire our royal puppets and animate them into a claymation pageant of majestic gifs.
Suitable for ages 6 - 13 years.
Please note we will follow all government guidelines for group activities. Social distancing will be practised during the workshop.
- Group size will be limited to 12 people to adhere to social distancing.
- Families will be asked to frequently wash their hands.
- No resources will be shared between family units.
- Please bring a packed lunch.
On the day
This session is held in the Orangery at the Queen's House. Upon arrival, please find a member of staff by the Queen's House entrance, who will direct you to the Orangery.
We will be exploring the Queen's House galleries during the day.