Our Art In The Garden Workshops are an exciting mix of different forms of outdoor expressive art. It’s time for your little ones to explore, be creative and for you to enjoy this with them as a family and meet other local families. We will be running a series of workshops throughout the Spring, Summer and Autumn.

All the equipment is provided, clay and tools, paints, paper, items found in nature along with worksheets and books to help guide you all to show you different modeling and art techniques. 

Our team of helpers will combine their knowledge of the arts in painting, photography, video, sculpture, illustration and design to inspire and encourage.

This isn’t a structured class but a fun sensory, expressive experience and the clay is air-dried so you can take your creations home if you like or paint them the following day.  There is no pressure to produce a fine work of art, this can literally be a fun squidging, sensory, glorious mess!

Painting, Photography, Illustration, Drawing, Clay modeling, Music and Nature Art.

£5 per child

Please wear clothes that you don’t mind getting messy.  


7th May 10am -12

28th May 10am -12

To book please email Arabella at

The Art In The Garden Workshops are funded by the West Northamptonshire Council Community Grant

We will have infection control procedures in place.

  • If you, your child or anyone from your household is feeling unwell re-organise to come to a workshop at a later date with us.
  • We are asking everyone to park on the road outside the property, ring the bell on the gate and a member of staff will open the gate.  
  • There is hand sanitiser mounted on the wall by the gate entrance so use that when you come in and before leaving.
  • We will ensure surfaces such as gate locks, handles or commonly touched surfaces will be cleaned regularly with disinfectants along with any of the tools, brushes or art materials that you will use.

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