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A series of informal and engaging talks around art. Starting with an illustrated talk, each session will open out into a discussion around the topic.
Learn how to make strong, decorative woven bands, using an inkle loom.
In this two day workshop, participants will learn acrylic techniques by painting from a photograph of their choosing or from a variety of inspiration images available on the day.
Performances cover all types of light and classical music, involving musicians with local and national reputations. In 2018: Sheku & Isata Kanneh-Mason, Camerata RCO (of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra, Amsterdam), Onyx Brass, Jennifer Pike (violin), London Tango Quintet (with Craig Ogden, guitar), Gould Piano Trio, Albion Choir.
Burnishing clay is a process that has been used for thousands of years to seal the surface of pots before the discovery of glazes, improving their ability to hold water.
Enjoy the experience of sketching, exaggerating and graphically poking fun at an open-minded, non-judgemental sitter.
This workshop is about learning the basic principles for designing Celtic Knotwork.
A course for all levels of ability from the complete beginner to the experienced potter you will be introduced to a variety of hand building and decorative techniques to create items that will enhance your summer garden.
This fun class is for 13 – 17 year olds.
Boys and girls of all ages will love making these fashionable wristbands and bracelets.
Ideal for new or more experienced potters who want to make a sculptural piece- maybe a more abstract piece of work or a figure with your own personal style (without the worry of trying to make a sculpture in the likeness of a model sat in front of you!)