4 Seasons: Spring

A series of free events

Inspired by Somewhere in Between by Yemi Awosile

20 March to 21 June 2017


Join us this spring for free events inspired by Somewhere in Between by Yemi Awosile.  Please book for events by calling 020 7739 8080 or by email to local@peeruk.org

PATTERNS OF SPRING
Wednesday 17 May, 3.35 to 5pm

Free family event - please book
Meet at St Monica’s R.C. Primary School , 43 Hoxton St, London N1 6QN

Join us for a creative session and learn new print techniques. Come for a walk around Hoxton and look for signs of spring bursting out in Hoxton's green spaces while collecting natural materials to create prints and patterns.

The event is expected to run for up to two hours with one hour dedicated to exploration of the area on foot. Please get in touch with any queries about access issues or the walking route. All materials and refreshments provided.

Developed in partnership with St Monica’s R.C. Primary School

LUNCHTIME ASTROLOGY
Wednesday 24 May, 12 to 2pm

Free event - please book
PEER, 97 & 99 Hoxton Street, London N1 6QL

Book a one-to-one session with artist Madeleine Botet Lacaze who will draw up and read each participant's Astrological Natal Chart, showing what the sky looked like at the exact moment of their birth. The chart will be the starting point for discussion and reflection about personal Element Balance Combination – meaning the amount of Fire, Earth, Water and Air there is in the chart – to reveal the core energies of the person and give insight on how to balance these. All sessions last 20 minutes, with exact time slots confirmed when booking.

Please state your exact date, time and place of birth when booking.

SEASONAL FABRICS
Wednesday 14 June, 6.30 to 8.30pm

No need to book
PEER, 97 & 99 Hoxton Street, London N1 6QL

Join Yemi Awosile for a textile workshop inspired by myths and legends connected to the seasons, including the classical mythology associated with the Daffodil flower (Botanic name Narcissus). Work with Awosile to create a collection of spring fabrics that can dissolve away in water, and learn about experimental fabrics.

4 Seasons is a new outdoor commissioning programme which explores wildlife, biodiversity and artists’ interest in nature. The programme will be a seasonally changing display in the cabinet on the side wall of the Post Office next to PEER, and a series of events.  

This programme is generously supported by Ernest Kleinwort Charitable Trust