A small child raises her hands to the air to touch lots of pieces of coloured tissue paper above her. Behind other children are playing. To the right of the picture going out of the shot a woman is crouching down and smiling.

Image: Children in a workshop with artist Mónica Rivas Velasquez Photo Credit: Zoe Tynan-Campbell

Sunday Spot is an open-access programme of hands-on activities for families which takes place every Sunday afternoon.

The programme consists of two strands: monthly artist-led workshops for 3-12 year-olds and a regular artist-designed space that supports self-directed play to include younger children.

SUNDAY SPOT WORKSHOPS

On the last Sunday of every month from 2-4pm, our artist-led Sunday Spot workshops offer free, creative activities for children and families. Currently taking place online, workshops are playful, experimental and different each month.

Sessions are supported by our Art and Play Team and are ideal for children aged 3-12 years and their parents or guardians.

Sunday Spot has been running since June 2010. Recent workshop artists include:

  • Jenny Pengilly
  • Roshni Bhagotra
  • Sadie Edginton
  • Chris Alton
  • Jessica Jordon-Wrench
  • Kara Chin
  • Xu & Ming
  • Matt & Fiona
  • Sarah Hayward
  • Amy Leung
  • Mai Omer
  • Angelica Teuta
  • Elizabeth Oniri
  • Poppy Moroney
  • Nicole Morris

SUNDAY SPOT PLAY SPACE

Each Sunday, excluding the last Sunday of the month, our artist-designed Play Space transforms the studio into a fun and interactive environment for young children and their parents or guardians to explore from 2-4pm.

Families are supported to use the space by our Art & Play Team. Sessions are self-directed and open to all but cater specifically towards children aged 0-5 years.

Current commission

Our current Play Space commission has been designed by artist Judith Brocklehurst. Click here for more information about attending a Sunday Spot Play Space session and about the commission.

Supported by Southwark Council’s Neighbourhoods Fund

The SLG is reopening on Wednesday 19 May! Book your free visit here