Creative Kids Live: Make a Wild Animal Stained Glass Window

  • 11 February 2021
  • 11:00 - 11:40
  • The craft activity is suitable for children aged 2 years upwards. This session will be delivered virtually via Zoom and will last for 35 minutes. The same session is repeated at 1pm

    Sessions are offered free to Waltham Forest families but please consider a suggested donation of £5 per family, this will help sustain our programmes.

    Zoom joining instructions, online safeguarding advice and a list of materials will be emailed to participants after registering. All materials used can easily accessible at home.

    Creative Kids online events are brought to you by the William Morris Gallery, London Borough of Waltham Forest in partnership with Scribble and Smudge.

    Please book  for both morning and afternoon session by this Eventbrite link

Wild animal picture windows! Make 'stained-glass' decorations for your window inspired by Christopher Whall. Find out more about all the animals and create a roaring tiger which you can contribute to The Great Big Art Exhibition. Artist Anthony Gormley is inviting the nationt to make art on the theme of 'Animals' to display in their windows.

Image: Detail from Adam Naming the Animals (c. 1880) by Christopher Whitworth Whall (1849 - 1924) William Morris Gallery