Museums at Night – Kaleidoscope Mindful Colouring

William Tucker, Thebes 1966 (detail). Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London © the artist

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Location: Longside Gallery
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Wellbeing specialist and artist Rachel Howfield Massey will lead a mindful colouring workshop using the rich colours and undulating shapes evident in the exhibition as her starting point. Learn a range of colouring techniques and approaches to soothe stress and encourage feelings of focus and calm. This event coincides with Museums at Night: enjoy special views of Kaleidoscope as dusk falls on the rolling landscape visible from Longside Gallery windows.
  • All materials provided. No prior knowledge necessary - just an open mind!
  • Suitable for ages 16+
  • This event is fully accessible and suitable for wheelchair users.
  • Please arrive in good time allowing for a prompt start at 6.30pm.
  • Free parking at Longside Gallery is available for this event; further details provided on booking.
  • This event is non-refundable
  • Part of Museums at Night 2017. See here for all events

Getting to Longside Gallery
Please park at Longside Gallery. The gallery can be reached using Jebb Lane off the A637 Huddersfield Road (postcode sat nav S75 4BS). Please call the Visitor Experience Team (before 17.00) on +44 (0)1924 832631 in advance of your visit with any queries you may have. 

This event accompanies the Arts Council Collection touring exhibition Kaleidoscope: Colour & Sequence in 1960s British Art at Longside Gallery.