Family Workshop

Art Rebels Workshops

Balcony space

Free drop-in family workshops.

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Saturdays and Sundays from 6th Nov 21

Saturdays and Sundays from 6th Nov 21 - 19th Feb 22

Turner Contemporary Rendezvous, Margate, Kent CT9 1HG

Limited capacity.

Very sadly, due to transport issues affecting staffing, we are unfortunately unable to offer Art Rebels today. 

We hope to run a session tomorrow, and will post here if there are any changes.

Every weekend we run creative workshops for families, inspired by ideas and artwork from the four different rooms in The Turner Contemporary Open.

Have a go at weaving using a peg loom, make a photo collage of yourself, write poetry on ceramics, and invent your own gallery gadget to experience the art around you in new ways.  Workshop activities will alternate each weekend – see details below.

Takes place every Saturday and Sunday, drop-in 1pm – 4pm at Turner Contemporary on the balcony space at the top of the stairs. Children must be accompanied by a parent or guardian.

During holidays, workshops will be running from Wednesday – Sunday, subject to availability.

Drop in 1-4pm


Please note there is a limited capacity for this drop-in event due to measures in place to protect visitors and staff.

The workshop activities will follow this pattern:

First weekend of each month:

Mix it up Montages: Turn a portrait of yourself into something else using collage inspired by Margate Pride’s Gallery I Just Can’t Think Straight.

Second weekend of each month:

Life’s Rich Tapestry: Learn traditional techniques of weaving and wrapping, by contributing to a collaborative piece or making your own inspired by Age UK Thanet’s Gallery Colourful Creative Lives.

Third weekend of each month:

Gallery Gadgets: Slow down and experience the gallery in different ways by making a periscope or inventing your own gallery gadget. Inspired by Turner Contemporary Access Group’s Gallery Open for Everyone.

Fourth weekend of each month:

Poetry Tiles: Get your message across by decorating a ceramic tile with words / images of your choice inspired by Canvas 4 Equality’s Gallery This is a Movement Not a Moment.