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Sat 22 January 2022Sun 23 January 2022


In celebration of our Grinling Gibbons exhibition, we invite you to come and Meet the Makers! Watch live demonstrations from the award-winning contemporary wood carvers featured in the exhibition including Sarah Davis, Tom Buchanan and Jo Grogan (as seen on Countryfile).

During your visit, you can discover the hidden stories of the ancient trees in our parkland with our Landscape Manager, listen to live performances from Warwickshire Baroque and children can try Their hand at Lino cutting with the wonderful Art Lab!

Young Printmakers: Linocut
Sat 22nd Jan, at 10am – 11am, 11.30am -12.30am and 1.30pm-2.30pm

Discover the techniques needed to cut designs and create a relief surface. Experiment with inking and printing on to some cards, envelopes and bookmarks. Whether you are a beginner or someone who has dabbled in printmaking before and wants a refresher, come let your creative juices flow and print away. Take home your artwork and a new skill at the end of the day.  This workshop is designed for children 8-12 years, join us for an hour workshop in our creative studio with Art Lab.

Recommend for ages 8-12 years, parents can drop off for the workshop, but are also welcome stay and support the children in the activities.
All staff hold current DBS checks.

£12 per child

Capacity for each workshop 15 children

Booking will open soon.

Warwickshire Baroque
Sat 22 Jan, 12pm, & 2pm

We are delighted to welcome the Warwickshire Baroque to our Chapel on the 22nd January at 12pm & 2pm for a bespoke program of music selected in response to our current exhibitions.

Warwickshire Baroque is a group of musicians and solo singers who enjoy bringing to life music from 1650-1750 by exploring the instruments and playing styles used in this period. They are noted for exploring themes in their concerts and putting the music in a historical and social context. They enjoy this communicating with their audiences and presenting a mixture well-known favourites with some lesser known but equally attractive pieces.

Sarah Davis

In 2012 I graduated from Chelsea college of art with a BA in Fine art. I enjoy the dialogue between traditional craft and contemporary art which led me to return to education in 2015 to study wood carving and gilding at the City & Guilds of London Art school.

As well as carving I use a wide range of hands-on sculptural techniques to explore the cyclical nature of recovery and renewal. The shedding of snake skin, the hatching of eggs and the short life of the octopus are all cycles that exist within nature. I use these narrative tools as a way to think about how we can navigate our own relationship with pain, healing and mortality.