National Maritime Museum, Royal Museums Greenwich
Applications for 2019/20 have now closed but if you would like to express interest or go on the waiting list, then please do contact the Club
This year the National Maritime Museum is proud to host the Art&Design Saturday Club for the third year, located in the heart of Maritime Greenwich UNESCO World Heritage Site. The Club offers FREE weekly classes from September to Easter running every Saturday from 10am-1pm, introducing young people to a range of different art forms and practices. This is a wonderful opportunity to develop new skills, make new friends and create your own masterpieces!
Club members will have the opportunity to explore artworks at the National Maritime Museum and our sister site the Queen’s House, plus have exclusive back-of-house access to our historic and contemporary art collections. The weekly workshops will be facilitated by a professional artist who will support you to develop new skills in critical thinking and creative practice. You will have opportunities to work across different artistic disciplines from printmaking and textiles to film and animation, exhibit your work, facilitate workshops, visit other galleries and gain an accredited Bronze Arts Award.
Club members will also take part in three National Events; the London Visit, in which club members take part in a pop-up self-portrait exhibition and visit the capital’s museums and galleries; a Masterclass with a leading creative industry professional; and the Summer Show where all club members exhibit their work in an exhibition in Somerset House, London – all for free
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Thank you for your interest in this Saturday Club. You must be aged 16 or over to send us your email address to request information about a Club. If you are aged under 16, please ask your parent or guardian to fill in the form on your behalf. When you request information about this Club, we will pass on your details to the Saturday Club organiser at National Maritime Museum, Royal Museums Greenwich and retain a copy of the request.