Gardens hold a special place in Islam. They are more than just spaces filled with plants and flowers; they are reflections of paradise on Earth. Join us on as we celebrate the significance of gardens through the art of terracotta pot and saucer painting, just in time for Spring.

During this hands-on workshop, you'll have the chance to paint and personalise your own terracotta pot and saucer using vibrant colours and intricate designs inspired by Islamic art and patterns.

Our skilled instructor will guide you through the painting process, providing tips and techniques to create stunning, one-of-a-kind pots and saucers that will enhance any garden or living space.

Through this workshop, you'll not only explore your creative side but also gain an understanding of the spiritual and cultural significance of gardens in Islamic traditions. You'll see how gardens have been an essential part of Islamic architecture and culture for centuries, embodying principles of beauty, order, and respect for nature.

Pot and saucer details:
Pot dimensions: width 155mm x height 140mm x depth 155mm
Saucer dimensions: width 150mm x height 150mm x depth 30mm
*Please note: soil and plants not included.*

No prior painting experience is necessary for this workshop. Participants aged 8+ of all skill levels are welcome to join. So, bring your friends and family along, and let's paint some beautiful terracotta pots and saucers together!

Terms and Conditions:
  • A minimum of 5 participants are required for this workshop to run.
  • In the unlikely event that we cancel the workshop, you will be notified by email with at least 48 hours notice. We will also fully refund you after we receive your completed Refund Request Form.
  • Cancellations made by participants within 72 hours or no-shows on the day are non-refundable.
Note: Parents/guardians do not need to purchase a ticket if they are accompanying a participant to the workshop. However, parents/guardians will need to purchase an admission ticket from reception on the day if they wish to explore the Museum. Check out more of our upcoming events here.