There’s so much to get involved in this Plymouth Art Weekender! If you’ve got little ones, there’s an array of free activities spread across the 3 days to keep them busy!
The Creation Station are at Plymouth School of Creative Arts over Saturday and Sunday with loads of lovely stuff, from creating canvases with your newborn, to noodle doodles and crown making! Check out our handy timetable for a full run-down. Plymouth Play CIC and Scrapstore are running a creative play session with all the magical things they have on Saturday at 10:00am-2:00pm. Rhizome are back with the Big Watercolour/Postcard Day, inviting families to create together on Saturday 10:00-4:00pm at PSCA. Next, wander down Union Street to The Clipper where Plymouth Zine Library will be stationed on Saturday 11:00am-4:00pm and Sunday 12:00pm-4:00pm for you to have a go at making badges, mini-zines and browse the amazing collection! Plymouth College of Young Arts will be running workshops at the Palace Court campus in printmaking, 3D felting, and stop motion animation on Saturday from 10:00am, and at The Gallery, PCA, on Sunday 10:00am-1:00pm, working with Matthew Raw’s Tactile Change.
Want to try your hand at something new? On Friday from 10:00am-10:00pm ArtFest will be at The Noah’s ark Function Room with all sorts of creative goodness, from painting to poetry, you can get involved with their workshop! Pop down to The Clipper to find Sue Lewry and her Colossal mini screen printing unit on Friday and Saturday from 11:00am and Sunday from 12:00pm. Next, you can join Studio 102 Team for Street Art and Sign Madness and have a go at spray painting, sign making, and stenciling all weekend!
Plymouth Arts Cinema have got you covered for a chilled start on Saturday at 10:00am, with the best moving image works by Plymouth artists. Next, Ellen Sims and Antonia Texidor invite us to the beautiful location of the Stonehouse Lawn Tennis Club for Drawn to the Lawn to get creating on Saturday from 12:00pm. On Sunday morning at 9:00am Contemporary Arts Membership Plymouth invite you to join them for Breakfast Club to meet and share with members- open to all. All weekend at 19 Caroline Place you can join The Hands-on art Hub for an array of exciting participatory work, and from 12:00pm on Saturday and Sunday Art for Jam will be creating portraits in the Lord High Admiral.