Join in with our Escher inspired session to discover how to combine art and maths to create a wonderful work of art.
Can you create a pattern on a piece of paper, made up of repeating shapes, without leaving any gaps, spaces or overlaps? That’s a tessellation!
The artist M.C. Escher is known as a master of tessellation, he took simple polygons (2D shapes with straight sides), changed them slightly and repeated to create beautiful drawings and prints.
What you'll needPaper
Card (optional to make a template)
Colouring pens / pencils /paint
Register for your free place at this interactive live make-a-long event, hosted by Brent Culture Service, via the link below.