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Make Your Mark Susan Day Mosaic
Nov 07, 2019

Make Your Mark on the New Children’s Museum

Join us for a tile-making workshop with local artist Susan Day! Use raw clay, tools, and templates to create your own tiles. Touch and explore glazed tile samples and examine life-sized panels of artwork by Susan Day.

Tiles created during these workshops will be used in a Susan Day mosaic to be installed in the New Children’s Museum at 100 Kellogg Lane. 

Information, photographs, and artwork collected from these workshops will inform the content of the new mosaic.

This collaborative community project will create a physical link between the current London Children’s Museum and our future site. 

Help shape our new home and join us for the following workshops:

  • Thursday, November 14, 5 pm - 8 pm (during TD Free Family Fun Night)
  • Friday, November 15, 1 pm - 4 pm
  • Saturday, November 16, 10 am - 5 pm

About Susan Day

Susan Day is a visual artist whose work is predominately constructed of ceramic. She has a long exhibiting history and her work has successfully straddled the worlds of contemporary craft and fine art. Susan’s works have been included in various important national and international exhibits including the Body in Society, and the Embassy Cultural House Revisited at the DIA Art Foundation in New York City, the Archie Bray Foundation in Helena, Montana, the Banff Centre in Banff, Alberta and La Chambre Blanche in Quebec City.

Learn more about Susan Day.

About the New Children’s Museum

The Children’s Museum has found a new home at 100 Kellogg LaneAfter 36 years on Wharncliffe Rd S, this beloved building has seen a lot of play. While the spirit of the London Children’s Museum will remain the same, it’s time to create a new space for the community.

Over the next few years, the London Children’s Museum will renovate over 35,000 square feet in the former historic Kellogg building, creating innovative exhibits designed for today’s children and families.

Learn more about this project.