SPRING AT THE SAINSBURY CENTRE
Welcome to the Spring Programme of exhibitions and events.
In April we open a major retrospective of the work of Paul Nash spanning a lifetime’s work from his earliest drawings to his celebrated Second World War paintings. This is followed in May by an exhibition of works by Rana Begum, one of the most exciting young artists working today.
Accompanying these two hugely exciting shows are our public programme of events, workshops and talks.
MASTERS OF JAPANESE PHOTOGRAPHY EVENTS PROGRAMME
Join us for a series of special lectures accompanying Masters of Japanese Photography.
Dr Jelena Stojkovic
Dr Maki Fukuoka
TALKS AND TOURS
Join us for activities inspired by the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection including practical artist-led workshops and Study Afternoons in the galleries led by our team of Guides.
Join one of our volunteer guides for an informative talk on an artist, object or aspect of the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection.
FAMILIES AND CHILDREN
Mini Studio >
Themed activities inspired by collections and exhibitions, allowing children to have fun, explore their own creativity, and often getting quite messy!
Sunday Studio >
Drop in to make artwork of your own, or with your family, inspired by the Robert and Lisa Sainsbury Collection.
Children’s Holiday Studio >
Children’s Holiday Studio gives children the opportunity to develop their skills and explore materials and techniques with a practising artist
ARTISTS AND IDEAS
ArtsLab Workshops >
A series of workshops suitable for anyone interested in developing their creative skills. Ideal for students to enhance their GSCE or A-Level work, or for anyone wishing to develop their portfolio.
Young Associates >
A group of young people who work together to devise and deliver visual arts projects in response to the Sainsbury Centre collections.
Images, from top: Paul Nash (1889–1946), Totes Meer (Dead Sea), 1940–41, Oil on canvas. © Tate. Presented by the War Artists Advisory Committee, 1946. Nobuyoshi Araki, Tokyo Still Life, 2001 © Nobuyoshi Araki. Sainsbury Centre Sunday and Sainsbury Centre Sunday Studio. Living Area, Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts, 2014. Photo: Pete Huggins.