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Sunday Spot Online: Pablo Paillole Live Workshop
Sun 31 Jan
Past event

Collage of famous TV characters including Homer Simpson, Jack Jack from The Incredibles, with the words 'It's TV Party!' in the background

Image courtesy Pablo Paillole 

Join artist Pablo Paillole for an interactive collage workshop. Perfect for children aged 3-12 and their parents or guardians.

We will use a broad range of visual references from mail-box adverts to magazine cut-outs – anything you can cut and stick on paper!

You will need:

  • To be able to access the sessions through Zoom
  • A glue stick and scissors
  • One or two pieces of paper or flat cardboard (ranging from A4 to A1 paper sizes, if possible)
  • Magazines, paper adverts, food wrappers, labels or newspaper found around the house
  • Paint and paintbrushes if you have them
  • If there’s anything that you don’t have, feel free to bring along your own alternatives

The sessions are open to all but designed for children aged 3-12 years old under adult supervision.


  • We are going to use the free online platform Zoom. You can use Zoom via your laptop, PC and Mac or you can download the app for free for your tablets and smartphones following this link:
  • Once you have registered, the Zoom link will be emailed to you before the workshop. If you do not receive this, contact Leah who will send you the link.
  • Click on the link provided to join the meeting and you will enter a Waiting Room. Attendees will be admitted to the live workshop at the start of the session.
  • If you have any problems with using Zoom, please contact Leah who will happily help however possible.
  • By booking this session you are consenting to have your camera on to participate in collaborative activities.
  • The sessions will not be captioned.


Pablo Paillole is an artist and cultural researcher working internationally with moving image, sound, performance and photography. Born in Madrid, he graduated in BA Fine Art and Theatre from Lancaster University in 2019. His interdisciplinary practice emerged in response to the ‘fake news’ phenomenon and is concerned with the role of archives and cultural heritage in contemporary popular culture to interrogate ideas such as ‘truth’ and ‘reality’. Pablo’s moving image work The Ecstasy of Communications has been selected for Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2020.

Supported by Southwark Council’s Neighbourhoods Fund