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FULLY BOOKED Family SEND Workshop @ Autograph Gallery, London

November 13 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

Free Family Workshop for Children with SEND
SATURDAY 13 NOVEMBER, 10AM – 12PM
AUTOGRAPH, LONDON

BOOK TICKETS

Autograph will run two separate free Family SEND Workshops on Sat 13 November. Tickets are now open for the 10am – 12pm session.

We warmly invite families with a child/children with disabilities and their siblings to join us for a free art workshop at Autograph’s gallery in Hackney. The whole family is invited to get involved in creative play exploring the senses – playing with textures, light, sculpture and a variety of art materials.

Children with complex needs are welcome. These inclusive events will be led by artist educator Katriona Beales, who has extensive experience creating and leading workshops for families with children with SEND (special educational needs and disabilities).

Please only book on to one of the two-hour sessions to give other families the chance to attend. Your ticket is only valid for the specific time slot that you book on to.
Autograph’s gallery is accessible and step-free. You can expect a warm welcome from our staff and volunteers before diving into a fun afternoon of art-making and experimentation.

We care about our visitors, staff, artists and community, and are keeping measures in place to help ensure a safe visit for everyone. On our website, you can find out more about the workshop, Covid-19 safety at the gallery, watch a video introduction about Autograph’s SEND programme, download our access guide and social story, and much more.

Details

Date:
November 13
Time:
10:00 am - 12:00 pm
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Website:
https://autograph.org.uk/events/family-workshop-for-children-with-send-nov-2021?mc_cid=af2843c2ac&mc_eid=97f2a68d5a

Venue

Autograph
London, EC2A 3BA + Google Map
Website:
https://autograph.org.uk/
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