29 July 2022
Watts Gallery - Artists' Village
Watts Creatives is a creative learning programme for 13 – 19 year-olds, inspired by the work of Watts Gallery’s Artist founders to support young people develop their creative talents.
Watts Creatives Spring Term
Thursdays during term time, 20 January - 17 March, 5pm - 6.30pm
Free, booking required
16 – 19s (Year 11 – 13 students)
Online via Zoom and in person
Calling all creative 16–19-year-olds to influence and co-produce new and exciting content in collaboration with artists, designers, and the Watts Gallery team
Upcoming forum dates: 20, 27 January, 3, 10, 24 February, 3, 10, 17 March 2022
Sessions will take place both online (Zoom webinar) and at Watts Gallery – Artists’ Village
Collaborate with artists and Watts Gallery staff to co-produce creative and green-inspired family activities for spring and summer.
To find out more and to get involved, visit our webpage or email email@example.com
A participant's reflections on Watts Creatives:
"I’ve loved being a part of Watts Creatives. I really enjoyed the opportunity to work with a gallery and I liked how the project coincided with the exhibition. Interviewing Ed Boxall was of course a highlight and a really unique opportunity so thankyou for that. I’ve learnt a lot about how the gallery worked and I especially liked the discussion with Lottie from marketing as I didn’t really know a lot about that area. I’m definitely going to look into it as another career option." Find out more on Culture Box Surrey's website.
Tips and Tricks of Portrait Drawing Workshop
Saturday 14 May
10.30am - 1pm
£25 | £22.50
Clore Learning Studio
13 - 17 year olds
Led by artist-in-residence Sarah Thien, join this morning masterclass to develop confidence and gather tips and tricks for better portrait drawings; using photos as a starting point, explore bones and muscles, and learn to see and draw facial features realistically.
Watts Creatives Summer School
Monday 25 – Friday 29 July
10.30am – 4pm
£250 | £225
Clore Learning Studio
Get a taster of Art School this summer on this five-day course led by artist Becci Kenning.
Through a series of experimental workshops and activities, explore the galleries, site and surroundings, and create work in response to what you discover. Complete the week by curating an exhibition of your work.
Watts Gallery Trust is a registered Charity. Charity No. 313612. All profits help us to provide excellent educational activities, stage critically acclaimed exhibitions, and maintain our collection, buildings and estate for future generations to enjoy.