Suffolk Craft Society at Snape Maltings Tack Room
Posted on 1st April 2018 at 13:25
The Art Of Making in Suffolk - workshops for adults led by five selected Suffolk Craft Society makers in April 2018. A collaboration between SCS and Snape Maltings. All workshops take place at Snape Maltings.
The price is £86 per participant, including all materials and a light lunch. To book contact Snape Maltings Box Office on 01728 687110. Download the leaflet here for more details.
The workshops are as follows:
Making Unique Paper Art - with Alison Dane - Sat 7th April, 10am to 4pm
An opportunity to make unique and colourful jewellery using paper as a base. This workshop is designed for people with an interest in colour and some manual dexterity.During the d ay participants should make at least one unique piece of wearable jewellery.
The Art of Making with Texties and Paint - with Jean Fryer - Fri 13th April, 10am to 4pm
Using a metre of material, fabric paints, pens and assorted household objects, participants will learn a variety of special techniques that can be easily recreated and used at home. The emphasis will be on exploring techniques for making unique fabric designs.
Making Art Jewellery in Porcelain Clay - with Sue Bruce - Fri 20th and Fri 27th April, 10am to 12.30pm
Over two mornings Sue will guide participants to create unique wearable porcelain brooches. Part 1 will be spent designing and creating the brooch. Part 2 will include painting, decorating and finishing the fired porcelain.
The Art of Making Single Block Lino Prints - with Helen Maxfield - Sat 21st April, 10am to 4pm
This is your opportunity to discover the world of lino printmaking. The workshop will provide an introduction to lino printing that includes: preparing your image, the safe use of tools, applying ink and printing your image. Helen will provide helpful advice and tips for successful lino printing at home.
Making Art with Wet Felting Techniques - with Katie Walker - Sun 29th April, 10am to 4pm
Participants will be introduced to different techniques of wet felting using Merino wool to make a flat felt picture. During the workshop demonstrations Katie will include making felt balls and ropes as well as showing how the texture and the embellishment of felt work may be developed.
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