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.
When the Museum opened in In 1904, Ernest Marsh, an affluent art collector and connoisseur from a wealthy Kingston family, organised the very first exhibition in the art gallery. A collector of fine and decorative arts, Marsh was particularly passionate about ceramics produced by the Martin Brothers – known as Martinware.
Streetscape seeks to explore how street furniture inhabits and relates to its surroundings. Designer Fabien Cappello is inspired by the everyday and how we negotiate our urban spaces. From bollards, bike stands to public benches these generally anonymously designed, often unnoticed, objects are the workhorses of the built environment.
Creative Industries Centre, 55 Richmond Road, Kingston upon Thames
We invited young people living or studying in the Kingston area to submit a piece of art to mark the 70th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp and help keep the memory of those killed in Holocaust alive. Come and see selected artwork displayed around various locations in the Borough.