Workshops and courses around South Kensington.
Sign up for a course at Imperial where a wide variety languages are offered at different levels as well as an expanding range of Arts, Humanities and Science courses.
In May, make Mon - Japanese family crest to mark Japanese Children's Day or be inspired by the 'Food: Bigger than the Plate' exhibition and come up with a new sustainable invention. In June, take part in Refugee Week and Open House Families Festival.
Create curious craters as you build your own tactile map of The Moon, then see if your lander can make it to the surface as you make your own moon mission.
The book clubs meet once a month to informally explore the ideas contained in the best works of German fiction.
Make and take home your own original lamp structure using everyday bolts and hinges. Found objects, including natural and man-made materials, will be connected with different types of joints to explore function and shape. Come away with a more open approach to making and a unique model to take home.
Join architecture collective Black Females in Architecture to create a series of domestic objects using recycled plastic. Using waste materials such as discarded milk jugs, shopping bags and plastic containers, participants will transform this often discarded material into a series of objects.
Artist Ann Witheridge, founder of London Fine Art Studios, returns to lead a new series of her popular life-drawing sessions in the studio of the former president of the Royal Academy. Each afternoon will consist of a mixture of short exercises and longer poses, with reference to the permanent collection and expert tuition from Ann.