It’s the final Saturday of the ‘Static’ art exhibition by Fiona Curran presented by University of Hertfordshire Arts + Culture, and that means it’s our Sat-ART-day! Come and get creative – make, see, and hear about the exhibition.
This fun and free day will be jam-packed with inspiring activities for people of all ages to enjoy. Make your own colourful collage, see our stunning Sculpture Walk, hear about the amazing work of Fiona Curran, and treat yourself to coffee and cake in our café – a perfect way to spend a day!
11:00–15:00 – ‘Colour and Senses’ Drop-in art activities
11:00–15:00 – Self-guided Sculpture Walk (outdoors)
12:00 – Guided Tour of the Sculpture Walk
14:00 – Curator’s tour of the exhibition
Located in the Art + Design Gallery at the University of Hertfordshire College Lane Campus.
Colour and Senses Drop-in art activities in the Gallery Café
Come and use our materials and create something to take away in response to the themes of the exhibition. You are invited to explore colour and texture, to create a collage, a card, or a keyring to take home with you.
Static exhibition by Fiona Curran
The artist has transformed the gallery with colour, site-specific paintings and layered textile works to explore impacts of screen-based technologies on our sensory engagement with the world. Join the Curator’s Tour to hear more about the themes and ideas behind the exhibition.
Grab a Sculpture Map from the gallery desk and walk around the campus to explore the outdoor sculptures for yourself. Or join the Guided Sculpture Walk where our staff will take you on a walk (approx. 20 minutes) to provide further details about the sculptures that form part of the University’s Art Collection.
The Café will be open for delicious vegan refreshments.
Children must be accompanied by adults.
Booking is encouraged on our website but not essential so that we can keep an eye on numbers– please feel free to drop-in anytime!
Parking is FREE on Saturdays.
Accessible parking and toilets are available and the entrance to the Art + Design Gallery is at ground level.