Tate St Ives
28 March – 8 April 2005

Come and join in the Easter Holiday fun in the Art Shelter at Tate St Ives.

Journeys are the theme, inspired by the current exhibition of Wilhelmina Barns-Graham and the paintings of an incredible glacier she explored whilst on holiday in Grindelwald, Switzerland.

Families will have the chance to create their own art-maps, based on journey made that really sticks in the mind…it could be a short one to school or a holiday across the world.

Then to help you enjoy your journey round the exhibition, why not pick up our Ice Pack Activity Trail, full of things to do and see and available for just £2 from the admission desk or the Art Shelter.

The Art Shelter is open from Easter Monday, 28 March to Friday 8 April, with three sessions running throughout the day: between 11 -12noon, 1 – 2pm and 3 – 4pm. Free with admission. All ages welcome but children must be accompanied by an adult.

Other activities available:

Work of the Month

Every Wednesday 12.45, Free with admission
This is a continuing series of short talks, taking a closer look at one of the featured works from the Tate collection and on display as part of Tate St Ives Spring Season 2005. March focuses on Wilhelmina Barns-Graham’s Grindelwald Glacier, 1950 and April on Denis Mitchell’s sculpture Turning Form, 1959.

Living Stones Barbara Hepworth Family Pack

£2. A family guide to the museum and sculpture garden, which includes activities and games to share with family and friends.

Contact

For further information please contact Tate Press Office:
Call + 44 (0)20 7887 8730 / 4939 / 4906
Email pressoffice@tate.org.uk
20 John Islip Street
Millbank
London SW1P 4RG