Families Create At Home: Set Design for Small Things

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Trulee Hall, Polkadot Bedroom, Nightmare Set (Girl/ Monster), 2018, exhibition view at Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2020. Photo: Tim Bowditch
Trulee Hall, Polkadot Bedroom, Nightmare Set (Girl/ Monster), 2018, exhibition view at Zabludowicz Collection, London, 2020. Photo: Tim Bowditch

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Trulee Hall has worked in many different jobs besides being an artist, including behind the scenes in themes parks and television, where she learnt how to build the amazing sets she uses in her installation artworks.

Inspired by these backdrops and Trulee’s DIY skills, artist Anne Harild leads an online workshop where you can explore how to create small-scale set designs, inspired by buildings, rooms and shapes from your life. The scenes you create can then become stages for performances or plays, or places for puppets, figurines or other small creations to live.

Launching on Saturday 13 February at 11am on Instagram IGTV, follow us @zabludowicz_collection. The full workshop will then be available on our website.

Suggested materials you will need:
Cardboard, PVA glue, tape, paper, scrap paper, scissors, pencil or pens, paint, clay or other modelling material, string, wooden sticks.

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Families Create At Home: Set Design for Small Things
Families Create At Home: Set Design for Small Things