The Enchanted Page – an Exhibition of Children’s Illustration
Opening Party: Thursday 13th November, 6.30pm – 8.30pm
Exhibition runs: Friday 14th November until Saturday 21st February 2015
Tuesday to Saturday 10.30am – 5.30pm
Creating a magical environment for children, this interactive show features illustrations and cut outs from the latest children’s books with an art trail where children can read, draw, and tell stories. The Enchanted Page is an installation for children, in a specially constructed environment featuring enchanting images and characters.
Curated and designed by award winning children’s book illustrator Frann Preston-Gannon and John Phillips at londonprintstudio, the show is inspired by beautiful illustrations from 15 younger generation artists. The show features work by leading children’s book illustrators – Alex Barrow, Michael Bartalos, Floyd Cooper, Philippe Coudray, Benji Davies, Yasmeen Ishmail, Talleen Hacikyan, Ohara Hale, Emily Hughes, John and Jana, Maggie Li , Julie Morstad, Ben Newman, Rachel Ortas, Frann Preston-Gannon, and Priya Sundram. The exhibition is suitable for all children up to the age of 11, and for anyone interested in contemporary illustration.
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Artist’s talks, guided tours and workshops are available for children and young people during the exhibition.
Please be aware that we will be running school workshops in the gallery from Tuesday 27th January 2015 to Friday 8th February 2015.
It is therefore advisable to call beforehand if intend to visit the studio on those dates to ensure that the gallery is open.
17th & 18th February – FREE story telling and creative illustration workshops.
Hourly sessions run from 11.00am each day with the last workshop starting at 3.00pm. FREE. Booking essential. Suitable for children up to age 11, who must be accompanied by an adult throughout the session.
Please contact the studio on 020 8969 3247 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.
Image: Sloth by Frann Preston-Gannon