Sassy Saturdays – Arts Lab


Venue Space: Studio 20 (Arts Lab)

Tutor(s) Sara Downham-Lotto


Suggested age suitability 15+

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Next date 24th November 10:00 am

About this event

For those feeling adventurous to try something new! Spend a morning with abstract artist Sara Downham-Lotto and make some original artwork to take home with you. Explore playful new approaches to seeing and making with drawing, painting and collage.

Complete beginners welcome.

Stay on in the afternoon to develop your work independently alongside the artist for an extra £10 per hour. Please provide your own materials and refreshments for this part of the day.

In a spacious studio situated in the heart of the Dartington estate, Sara will share with you her unique technique of painting and collage. Tap into your younger, playful self and be guided in fun and free explorations in mixed media, creating beautiful, individual pieces of artwork to take home with you.

This is a great chance to meet people, enjoy building creative confidence and expand your horizons.

About Arts Lab

Arts Lab CIC is an artist-run social enterprise that connects people with visual art and artists to help build happier and more connected communities.

Working in partnership with Dartington Arts from a large studio in the heart of the sumptuous Dartington Hall estate, Arts Lab provides a programme of events for all of workshops, exhibitions, talks and residencies, a research hub for artists, and outreach for youth, health and prison services, schools, colleges, refugee projects and local businesses.

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Saturday 24th November

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Dartington is an old place with a new story.

The Dartington Experiment began in 1925 and was based on the idea that humans are many-sided – and how we need environments that encourage our whole being to flourish, in connection with nature and each other.

This idea is as true today is it ever was.

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