Jubilee – Timeline of a Queen


Christchurch Mansion


Suitable for Families

Arts and Craft, Events, History, Handling objects, Special

About this Event

10am – 4pm

Join our free community art event to celebrate the Jubilee!

Alongside local artists and family art group Rock Paper Scissors, create a piece of work inspired a personal memory or local history from the 1950s to today. Meet the Mansion’s curator and handle real objects from the Museum’s collections.

Learn new arty skills at one of the five artist workshops during the day and . Visit Rock Paper Scissors website to find out more about the workshops and book – Jubilee – Timeline of a Queen – Artists Workshops — Rock Paper Scissors

This introduction is suitable for all ages.

For useful information, such as how to find us, what to expect when you arrive and what facilities we have, we recommend reading our Access information: Access at Christchurch Mansion | Ipswich Museums


On Saturday 4th June come and see your work transformed into a large scale exhibition showcasing the history of our community at The Hold and visit Rock Paper Scissor’s free Open Studio at 11 Dove Street, from 12noon – 3pm.

Contact Rock Paper Scissors via jubilee@rockpaperscissors.org.uk to share memories or photographs, ask questions, offer to volunteer, or visit their website www.rockpaperscissors.org.uk/jubilee for more information and details of how to join in.



This event is free to all.

How to Book

No need to book, simply drop in.

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Exhibitions + Displays

Our programme draws from Ipswich’s own art and museum collections, as well as touring exhibitions and work by local artists. We also have an incredible array of permanent displays.