Art Unlocked

Art Unlocked

Various Dates

Digital Resource

The Stained Glass Museum is launching a brand new weekly online group for young people in secondary school years 7-11. Art Unlocked is a pilot programme for those who want to explore the art world in new and interesting ways. Through workshops led by our Curator and Learning & Community Engagement Manager Art Unlocked is designed to encourage young people to engage with art and enabling them to:

● Have fun
● Share ideas
● Improve knowledge
● Develop new skills
● Make new friends

Each week’s session will take a different theme, with an ‘object in focus’ presentation, discussion and activity integrating craft and practical based arts which could include creative writing and poetry, music, dance and drama. No previous arts knowledge is required!

We will be running the first 2 pilot sessions online in March on the following days:

● Tuesday 16 March -16:30-18:00PM
● Tuesday 23 March -16:30-18:00PM

Find out more and register to join the sessions here.

Please note spaces are limited.

The Stained Glass Museum, located in Ely Cathedral, Cambridgeshire, has an inspirational collection of stained glass, from medieval to modern.

The Learning & Community Engagement Department looks at ways of enabling young people and the community to access the collection. For more information on the work we do with and for young people and the community, please contact our Learning & Community Engagement Manager at

Disclaimer: All digital resources promoted through the Culture Catalogue are entirely the responsibility of the named provider. Babylon ARTS is not responsible for the information supplied by the providers and used on the Culture Catalogue. Babylon ARTS is not responsible for the quality or content of the activities and events that are delivered. Teachers and students should satisfy themselves as to the quality and appropriateness of the activity or event by liaising directly with the provider. All safeguarding, equality, health and safety matters relating to the activities and events are the responsibility of the provider.

To view the Stained Glass Museum's Safeguarding Policy for working with young people, please click the link.


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