Destination | Bromley Workshops

Palace, people, place

23 June 2024

11:00 -13:30

Join artist Carlos Cortes in Crystal Palace Park for a short walk to explore how symbolism was used in art to represent people, and nations on the Upper Terrace in Crystal Palace. Original public artworks by some of the most reputable sculptors of the 1850s once stood looking out across the park, but who or what did they represent?

Carlos will reveal the statues that once stood in the park then lead the group to The Paxton Centre for refreshments and a fun practical session to reimagine how we can use symbolism in art today.

Experiment with art materials in a supportive session where you will be able to try different techniques and explore ideas. All ages welcome, no experience required, materials provided.

Image: David Hall 1967

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Location

Crystal Palace Museum

Meet next to Crystal Palace Museum on Anerley Hill
SE19 2BA

The walk is step free with some steep uneven sections. The venue for the second part of the session does not have step free access.


Tickets / Admission

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Organiser

Invisible Palace

Website:
invisiblepalace.org.uk
Twitter:
@invispalace
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@invispalace

Accessibility

Assistance dogs welcome


For queries regarding access requirements for this event please contact: info@invisiblepalace.org.uk .
View the LFA accessibility policy here


Please note there is no step free access to the art space or toilet.

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