May Half-Term at The Lightbox Visit The Lightbox gallery and museum this May half-term with a week of Jubilee-themed workshops. With a mixture of free drop-in workshops and bookable paid workshops, there is something to inspire both younger and older children alike as the natural world blossoms into summer.Cardboard Castles © The Lightbox gallery and museum Bookable Children’s WorkshopsAdvance booking required. All materials included. Children under the age of 8 must be accompanied by an adult.For 5-7 year olds: Cardboard CastlesCelebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year with us and create your own castle to view your own kingdom. Tues 31 May, 10.30am – 12.00pm£9.50 per Child ● Accompanying adult goes free Royal Emblem Illustration © The Lightbox gallery and museum For 8-11 year olds: Royal Emblem IllustrationContinue to celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year with us and create your own illustrated royal emblem. Tues 31 May, 1.30pm – 3.00pm£9.50 per Child ● Accompanying adult goes freeCrowns Workshop © The Lightbox gallery and museum Drop-in Family WorkshopsActivities are suitable for children aged 4+, all children must be accompanied by an adult. All materials included. Please note that you may have to wait if the Education Studio is full.Free Drop-in: CrownsCelebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee year with us and become your own member of royalty. What kingdom would you rule? Wed 1 June, Drop-in anytime from 1.30pm – 4.00pmFree Entry ● Suggested Donation £3 John Knox (1778–1845), View of the Clyde from Fairfley and Duntocher, c. 1816 The Fleming Collection. A Window into Scottish Art: The Ingram and Fleming CollectionsAdditional to the workshops schedule, The Lightbox will also have two exhibitions on display during half term for families to enjoy together. In the Main Gallery, A Window into Scottish Art: The Ingram and Fleming Collections will bring together significant works from two collections that explores the history of Scottish Art. A Window into Scottish Art will shine a spotlight on the character, inspiration, and talent of Scottish artists and provoke new ways of defining their achievements. William Crozier: Nature into AbstractionIn the Upper Gallery, William Crozier: Nature into Abstraction focuses on a remarkable series of landscape-inspired paintings produced by the Scots/Irish artist William Crozier (1930-2011) from 1959 to 1962. This was a pivotal moment in the artist’s work that captured the spirit of the emergent 1960s and established his reputation at the forefront of British art of the time. Stretched & Fired © The Lightbox gallery and museum Stretched & Fired at The LightboxComplete your visit with a trip to the family-friendly Stretched & Fired at The Lightbox. From the 25 May to the 5 June, you can enjoy this special offer of a Cream Tea for £6.00 or a traditional Afternoon Tea for £15.00. As well as traditional stone-baked pizzas, children’s lunch boxes, tempting cakes, and sweet treats To find out more about our workshops, click here.