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Outdoor Events

Upcoming events taking place outdoors at the Whitworth will be listed on this page.

Great Escape

Take advantage of the Whitworth’s peaceful setting – and some of its wonderful new spaces, such as the beautifully restored Grand Hall – to bring mind and body into healthy alignment.

Great Escape: Tai-Chi for Wellbeing

Upper Promenade

A traditional Chinese internal art for mind and body. Located in the peaceful setting of our Grand Hall, Jian Taiji offer 2 qualified instructors at each class, both with knowledge and experience in Chen Tai Chi gained since 1996.

Comfortable, flat footwear is advised.
E
ntry is via the park side entrance

Every Wednesday 8.30am - 9.30am

 

Great Escape: Yoga

Upper Promenade

No emails, texts, updates or alerts – yoga that takes full advantage of the Whitworth’s peaceful setting 

Please note: Participants must bring their own yoga mat.
Entry is via the park side entrance

Every Thursday 8.30am - 9.45am

 

Great Escape: Walking for Wellbeing

Starts Tuesday 27 February 2018

Escape the everyday and explore the art outdoors.  Walking for Wellbeing is an excellent way to get active, explore what’s on your doorstep and make new friends.

Join us every Tuesday lunchtime, from 12pm – 1pm for a walk in the park.  We meet at the park side entrance of the gallery.

 

Outdoor Art Club

Saturday 17 and 24 February, 11am – 3pm

FREE

For all the family!

Workshops that bring art, nature and creativity together come rain or shine.

Saturday 17 February - Giant Outdoor Art Studio

Saturday 24 February - Willow Crafts

No booking required

 

Art Alive

Saturday 10 March, 1pm – 2pm

FREE

This event is the next in a series of demonstrations and talks based on contemporary floral art.  Led by international floral designer Craig Bullock, this demonstration will be inspired by the work of the community-based organisation Thotpot from Mumbai, India, featured in the Beyond Borders exhibition.

Observe Bullock’s creative thinking process, from research to realisation, responding to a work of art to create a 3D floral sculpture.

 

Book now here via Eventbrite

 

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