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What’s on(line) in Southwark and Lambeth: 4 May 2020

Written by Jake May
Published date 30 April 2020

As part of London College of Communication’s ongoing support to our cultural neighbours, we’re featuring a weekly round-up of some of the online activities and content provided by the fantastic museums, galleries and cultural venues in our local area.

From Instagram drawing clubs to virtual exhibitions, artist profiles, video demonstrations, film screenings, performances and more, here’s our guide to what you can get involved in with our Southwark and Lambeth friends and partners – all from the comfort of your own home.

Week starting: 4 May 2020

Super Arts - Stay Together, Super Arts Academy

We have created #SuperartsStayTogether, a programme of activities and events for all our students to practice their skills, maintain fitness, and have fun with the whole family. Many of these activities are free. We have lots of goodies coming up; competitions, online classes, videos, weekly activities and Friday Fun Fact Day.

Find out more about getting involved with Super Arts and view the classes timetable

Rock Paper Scissors, The Drawing Room

Next up in our series of ROCK PAPER SCISSORS family activity sheets brings you drawing activities designed by Richard Ayodeji Ikhide. This activity sheet will stretch your imagination to transform everyday objects found around your house.
Please share this activity sheet with your family, friends and neighbours. We are keen to reach children in isolation, far and wide.

Dulwich Picture Gallery

Discover masterpieces online by Canaletto, Poussin, Rembrandt and more. Create your own #stayathome masterpiece using a work from our collection to share with us on social media.

Find out more about Dulwich Picture Gallery

Big Family Resources, South London Gallery

Through the Big Family Press, the SLG’s community risograph printing press, the South London Gallery have commissioned this series of illustrated resources with leading contemporary artists, illustrators and designers to support children to write, publish and share their own stories. They work best when used in combination with each other.

Find out more about the activities at South London Gallery

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