To celebrate 140 years of Kingston School of Art, the House of Fairy Tales will be flying through time and space and all 15 dimensions to take up residency on the Stanley Picker Gallery island. The House of Fairy Tales is a national children's arts charity established in 2006 by Kingston University alumni Gavin Turk and Deborah Curtis to inspire creativity and imagination in children and their families.
Enjoy a visit to this rare, art-deco-inspired, artist's studio home and take a guided tour at one of the open days. Guided tours last about an hour and begin with a 10-minute film of Dora Gordine's life, before exploring the studios, gallery and private apartments, and the roof terrace. Family workshops are held at the Dorich House Museum in the half-term and Easter holidays. Bookings for family workshops are essential.
Børre Ludvigsen studied Architecture at Kingston School of Art during the 1960s. Photographs of his daily journey to Kingston from Clapham Junction feature within this display on the History of the Art School.