As well as our regular Jelly Tots sessions in our studios at Broad Street Mall, we are getting out and about this autumn with plenty of other creative workshops, for all ages, happening across Reading.
See below for more information >>
7 and 8 sept 10am to 12pm
Jelly Tots All of a Twist
Turbine House by Bel and the Dragon
Join Jelly Tots for a morning of crafts at the Turbine House 10am to 12pm to celebrate Reading’s unique and unusual spaces for Heritage Open Days. Using the exhibits on display in the ‘All of a Twist’ exhibition we will be using words such as ‘spirals’, ‘twists’ and ‘thermals’ as inspiration to make colourful ‘Wind Spinners’.
Booking has now closed – this workshop has finished.
With thanks to Turbocharged, RG Spaces and Heritage Open Days
9 September 12pm to 5pm
Print a Postcard at Malmaison
As part of Heritage Open Days, we will be at Malmaison Reading helping you to create your own printed postcard from the Worlds reputedly oldest surviving railway hotel. Completed in 1844, and likely to have been designed by Isambard Kingdon Brunel the hotel still celebrates it’s railway heritage through it’s room names to styling. The jelly artists will be on hand from 12-5 on Saturday 9 September for a free family activity, celebrating the heritage of the hotel by creating postcards using letterpress stamps and specially created stamps for the event.
The event is free, all ages welcome and all children must be accompanied by an adult. The activity is drop-in.
Registering your interest for this event helps us prepare materials for the workshop and allows us to keep you up to date for future workshops and events for Jelly and Reading Fringe Festival.
Booking has now closed – this workshop has now finished.
With thanks to Malmaison and Heritage Open Days
9 and 10 September 11.30am to 1.30pm
Reading On Thames Festival – Henry I Portrait of a King
The Oracle Shopping Centre – opposite Super DryCollage, stick, colour and draw, children of all ages are invited to join award winning Jelly and their team of artists to create a mixed media portrait of Henry I. Finished portraits will go on display in the Oracle.
Drop in anytime between 11.30am and 1.30pm. At busy times you may have to wait for a space at the craft table.
This workshop has now finished.
With thanks to Reading on Thames Festival and The Oracle
16 and 17 September (3pm to 5pm Saturday and 1pm to 3pm Sunday)
Majestic Swans Crowns
Collage, stick, colour and draw, children of all ages are invited to join award winning Jelly and their team of artists to create paper headpieces inspired by the River Thame’s most majestic resident – the swan.
Drop in anytime between 3pm to 5pm on Saturday and 1pm to 3pm on Sunday. At busy times you may have to wait for a space at the craft table.
This is is a special free workshop for Reading On Thames Festival.
Registering for this event helps us prepare art materials for the session.
With thanks to Reading on Thames Festival