Birds, Nests and Feeders Digital Activity Pack
Part of our Activity Pack series on the Environment
Southwark Park Galleries, Dilston Gallery
Make artworks inspired by some of the beautiful bird species that live in Southwark Park and celebrate our amazing natural world.
This year’s Festival theme is Climate of Change. Southwark Park Galleries’ location in Southwark Park means we are connected to the local flora and fauna that exists here, some of which is endangered, and pushes us to develop creative approaches to climate change.
As part of the Big Draw, we have developed a series of Digital Ecology Packs, for families to do at home. Each pack contains a set of simple instructions with suggested easy-to-source and recycled materials to use and an estimated time for the activity.
In this pack Birds, Nests and Feeders developed by artist Lily Hawkes, you will discover and make artworks inspired by
some of the beautiful bird species that live in Southwark Park and celebrate our amazing
You may like to go on a walk in the park and try to spot some of these bird species in real life.
You can also visit the RSPB website to discover their birdsongs.
Download the activity pack from our website https://southwarkparkgalleries.org/big-draw-festival-2020/
For ages: 2 - 11 (the younger you are, the more your adult will need to work with you).
Please note: While our gallery spaces are open, we are not able to run our usual family workshops safely at Dilston Gallery, due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
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This is a free event
Suitable for ages:
Southwark Park Galleries
Family Friendly Facilities: We
have unisex baby changing facilities at Dilston Grove, and our space is
located in Southwark Park. We have a small kitchen and tea/coffee
Transport stops nearby (Surrey Quays, Canada Water and Bermondsey). Our
Dilston Grove space has automatic doors, and wheelchair spaces and is