Have a go at clay sculpting in this hour-long workshop to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee!
Artist Keziah Burt will teach you how to make a face out of clay. You'll then get to make your very own mini portrait of the Queen to take home at the end of the session.
This activity is suitable for children aged 7+. All children participating must be accompanied by a responsible adult. Please book a free adult ticket to accompany your child.
Keziah Burt is a British figurative artist. She studied at Winchester School of Art and Loughborough School of Art and Design, where she gained a First Class Degree in Sculpture and a Masters in Art and Design. She went on to become a teacher of Art while raising her young family.
Keziah has exhibited across the UK and Germany and has work in private collections in the UK, USA and Europe. Her bronze portrait tondo of world-renowned chemist Rosalind Franklin, who identified the double helix structure of DNA, is on public display in Hampstead, London and was exhibited as part of the Society of Portrait Sculptors exhibition 2021.
Most recently, her portrait bust of Major General Susan Ridge CB, the first woman to hold that rank in the British Army, has been purchased for the permanent collection here at the National Army Museum.