SUNDAY SPOT: Sadie Edginton
10, 17, 24 & 31 MAR
Past event

Sunday Spot workshop

Sunday Spot with Angelica Teuta. Photo: Zoe Tynan Campbell

Artist Sadie Edginton invites children and families to explore the spatial and sensory possibilities of paper. Each session will focus on a different theme such as drawing, costume and sound as we create large-scale installations inspired by the Haegue Yang: Tracing Movement exhibition.

Sunday Spot is an ongoing series of free, drop-in family activities which takes place every Sunday from 2-4pm, suitable for children aged 3-12 years. All sessions are inclusive, for more information on access to the gallery please read here.

BIOGRAPHY

Sadie Edginton is an artist who is interested in working with materials and members of the public to think about how we can create alternative ways of doing things together. With an emphasis on collectivity and contestation, she makes sculptural installations and devises projects and workshops, often researching through process-based practices. Sadie recently finished her MA in Public Sphere at the Royal College of Art. Currently she has holds a Cubitt community studio, co-runs AltMFA and is facilitating sculpture workshops as part of the ‘Sculpture around you’ project with Art UK, Accumulate and the BBC.