Hyde Park

1956

Julian Trevelyan
  • Artwork Details: 75 x 75cm
  • Edition:
  • Material description: oil on canvas
  • Credit line: © the artist
  • Theme: Urban Scene
  • Medium: Painting
  • Accession number: AC 403

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Kitchen Cupboard Automata with Georgia Gendall

 

27 minutes - all ages

Art meets design technology in this fun and tasty exploration of basic automata inspired by Julian Trevelyan's use of everyday materials in his artwork and William Gear's spontaneous creation. 

This workshop was commissioned as part of Palace of Culture, a virtual exhibition created in collaboration with V21 Artspace, Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange and Arts Council Collection for the National Partners Programme.

Filmmaker: Alban Roinard

Zine Making with Sophie Butcher

52 minutes - age 11+

Looking at Julian Trevelyan's Hyde Park, Sophie explores the DIY culture of zine making as a way of collecting together thoughts and ideas, testing out a selection of different approaches.

This workshop was commissioned as part of Palace of Culture, a virtual exhibition created in collaboration with V21 Artspace, Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange and Arts Council Collection for the National Partners Programme.

Filmmaker: Alban Roinard

Creating a Pantoum Poem with Olivia Lowry

60 minutes - age 11+

Writer and performer Olivia Lowry will talk you through simple warm up techniques in preparation for the writing of a pantoum poem, an ancient Malaysian form of poetry which features repeating lines that change meaning as the poem progresses.

Join Olivia to create own pantoum poem inspired by Julian Trevelyan's Hyde Park.

This workshop was commissioned as part of Palace of Culture, a virtual exhibition created in collaboration with V21 Artspace, Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange and Arts Council Collection for the National Partners Programme.

Filmmaker: Alban Roinard

Screen Printing at Home with Alice Mahony

55 minutes - all ages

Ever wanted to try screen printing but thought you couldn't because you don't have a specialist kit? Here, Alice demonstrates how you can try this rewarding printing technique cheaply at home. This activity references Julian Trevelyan, who was also a printmaker, and reflects on his use of block colours.

This workshop was commissioned as part of Palace of Culture, a virtual exhibition created in collaboration with V21 Artspace, Newlyn Art Gallery & The Exchange and Arts Council Collection for the National Partners Programme.

Filmmaker: Alban Roinard

 
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