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Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Mon 3 Apr 2017

5 things to do at Turner Contemporary this half term!

Looking for activities to entertain the whole family this half term? Check out some of the things we have going on in the gallery, from creative workshops to treating yourself to a cake! 1) Explore inside the gallery Be inspired by the playful artwork of Jean Arp – including bronze sculptures and colourful woodcuts! EntryMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Fri 31 Mar 2017

A review of Entangled: Threads & Making by Callum Barrett

There are more female artists than male artists, with different items -for example clothes and charms and structural things and the artists use different materials such as paint, wool, string, bone, fibre and much, much more. Every piece of art is not all from England to make a wider variety of people go and seeMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Thu 30 Mar 2017

A review of Entangled: Threads & Making by Zoe Warner

The Entangled art exhibition is a definite must see, the theme of threads and making will inspire all ages to get crafting. There are 40 artworks in this exhibition, with works ranging from traditional tapestry to delicate sculptures of horse hair, it will provide an idea of how craft isn’t limited to just typical sewingMore details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Mon 27 Mar 2017

Art Inspiring Change: Afternoons at Northdown Primary School

Throughout Art Inspiring Change, eighty children and four artists – all chosen by the children – have been working  alongside a philosopher and Turner Contemporary ‘navigators’ in four Margate primary schools; the youngest are just five years old. On regular afternoons, the children, an artist and a navigator meet in their schools to explore ideas,More details

Posted by: Turner Contemporary on Thu 9 Feb 2017

Art Inspiring Change: Friday Afternoons at Palm Bay School

Throughout Art Inspiring Change, eighty children and four artists – all chosen by the children – have been working  alongside a philosopher and Turner Contemporary ‘navigators’ in four Margate primary schools; the youngest are just five years old. Every Friday afternoon, the children, an artist and a navigator meet in their schools to explore ideas,More details