Creative workshop for access and community groups – ‘Dalí / Duchamp’

InStudio

Workshops

● Fully booked

Tuesday 28 November 2017
2.30 — 5.30pm

Part of our

Dalí / Duchamp

events programme
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Why & How 2017 at the RA

Photo by Roy Matthews

A creative workshop inspired by the artworks in our ‘Dalí / Duchamp’ exhibition.

Dalí / Duchamp explores the unlikely friendship between the father of conceptual art Marcel Duchamp and larger-than-life Surrealist Salvador Dalí. These two 20th-century giants shared a love of language, humour, optics and games and had a long-lasting correspondence that influenced both their artistic practices and led to several creative collaborations.

Led by two artist educators, we will support attendees to experience and respond to paintings and sculptures by Dalí, and Duchamp’s groundbreaking assemblages and readymades. Afterwards, we will encourage the group to choose and combine a range of materials to create their own provocative and playful works.

These workshops are designed for groups working with disabled adults or adults facing barriers accessing the art world. We advise groups of between eight and 15 people so that we can ensure a good group dynamic while ensuring everyone attending is properly supported to engage with the workshop.

● Fully booked

● Cancelled

Tuesday 28 November 2017

2.30 — 5.30pm

Meet in the Front Hall, Burlington House, Royal Academy of Arts

Free, booking required.