Palace, people, place
23rd June 11am - 1.30pm
Join artist Carlos Cortes to explore how symbolism was used in art to represent people, and nations on the Upper Terrace in Crystal Palace. Original public artworks by some of the most reputable sculptors of the 1850s once stood looking out across the park, but who or what did they represent?
Book via Eventbrite and pay what you feel - find out more 👉 here
Drawing From Life
30th June 11am - 1.30pm
In 1957 artist Sylvia Sleigh rushed to create 24 paintings, the minimum required for a 'one-man' show. Her chosen subject, the statues in Crystal Palace Park.
Join artist, writer, and researcher Dawn Pereira to have a go at drawing the statues yourself! All ages welcome, no experience required, materials provided.
Book via Eventbrite and pay what you feel - find out more 👉 here
garden volunteering
Get involved in gardening activities, including garden volunteering and trips within the London area.
Every Friday 10am - 12noon, from now until 
To get involved contact gardening@invisiblepalace.org.uk or 020 8064 2723
Invisible Palace Shop
📣 New merch has just arrived in our shop 📣
These super stylish notebooks celebrate the wonderful sculptures in Crystal Palace Park and help support our work as an inclusive arts and heritage charity!
We’ve also got tops for all ages and a must-have Psyche tote bag - all made in a sustainable way from natural materials, using renewable energy and printed on-demand to avoid waste. https://invisible-palace.teemill.com/
Marsh Award for Volunteers in museum learning
Volunteers involved with the Sculptures of Crystal Palace Park project are winners of the London Regional Marsh Award.
Volunteers got involved in research and design. During 2022 they were able to produce original research and share that learning in several accessible ways.
Invisible Palace worked in partnership with Paxton Green Time Bank, Willow Learning for Life and Crystal Palace Museum.
The Great Body Part Hunt
Can you find all the missing body parts and make your own new sculpture?
Download and play in Crystal Palace Park
Part of Crystal Palace Park Trust - Summer of Play, designed by Jane Porter
Secrets of the Sculptures - download the booklet and game
Click the links below to download PDF versions of a walking trail and board game telling the stories of overlooked sculptures in Crystal Palace Park
self-guided walks from the Vicar's Oak
Over summer 2020 Invisible Palace worked in partnership The Norwood Society to produce two self-guided walks. These are available now at local cafes and shops round Crystal Palace Triangle.​​​​​​​ Or can be downloaded from our website.
Join our mailing list for updates on the next series of small group guided walks.
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