Flourish: Echo! – collaborative art workshops this Summer

Take part in Flourish this Summer holiday to discover how art can ‘Echo’ using a range of materials from mosaics to mirrors with Tomomi Yoshida, Josh Bilton, Camilla Brendon and Anna Reading.

Programme details

Week 1 – A Medley of Vegetable Mosaics
Dates: Tuesday 2 August, Wednesday 3 August, Thursday 4 August
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Artist: Tomomi Yoshida

Taking inspiration from the Cultivate Create gardening project, families will work with Tomomi Yoshida to design and fabricate a series of mosaic fruit and vegetables, echoing what is already growing in the raised beds. Once completed, they will be permanently installed on the garden wall for everyone to enjoy.

Week 2 – The Wisdom of Water
Dates: Tuesday 9 August, Wednesday 10 August, Thursday 11 August
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Artist: Josh Bilton

Join artist Josh Bilton over three sessions to have fun exploring water and what it means to us. Families will do this through the use of clay, performance, photography and painting.

Week 3 – Echo of Yourself: Mandala weaving and mirrors
Dates: Tuesday 16 August, Wednesday 17 August, Thursday 18 August
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Artist: Camilla Brendon

Playfully examine how your personality echoes, reflects and resonates using recycled mandala weaving and mirrors. Families will also work collaboratively to see how the group interconnects using paper chain installations and large-scale mark making.

Week 4 – Survival tactics in 3022: costumes, shelters and sculptures
Dates: Tuesday 23 August, Wednesday 24 August, Thursday 25 August
Time: 10.30am – 12.30pm
Artist: Anna Reading

Combining human made and natural materials to create an imaginary version of the planet in the year 3022, families will use costume, shelter building and sculptural assemblage, to experiment with ways to copy or ‘echo’ the survival tactics of plants and animals.



ACAVA Maxilla Walk Studios, 4 Maxilla Walk W10 6NQ


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This service has been funded by RBKC Grenfell Recovery.