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In this half day workshop you will learn to use traditional Block Printing and roller printing techniques to create stunning designs that can be used for wrapping paper, cards and gift tags.
After a demonstration we will begin to print onto tissue, and a variety of papers and card.
Discover the art of Indian Block Printing around Jaipur and Jodhpur using authentic Indian woodblocks to print on a variety of papers, in a variety of colours, and using repeat patterns and design placement. £85/£80/£75 Full, Concession, Members. For further details and to book, please follow the web link below.
Learn the traditional art of Indian block printing, after a demonstration you will have the opportunity to use a variety of woodblocks to print gift tags, wrapping paper, cards and tissue and then progress onto a bag, tea towel or some Christmas napkins for a special gift.
A morning of creative fun using different techniques to print your own unique gifts, wrapping paper, cards and gift tags using traditional Indian woodblocks and foil. You will have the opportunity to print a tea towel or bag using textile paint.
New Brewery Arts is the place to come to explore the best of British craft and creativity – including your own! There are a wide range of inspiring workshops this Autumn in Ceramics, Wood and Furniture, Jewellery, Textiles, Papercraft/Bookbinding/Calligraphy, Printmaking, and Sculpture. As the nights draw in, why not treat yourself or a friend to one of our many Christmas-themed craft days?
Gain a degree in jewellery and metalwork, with an initial foundation year to prepare for the course. Study your foundation year, then progress to the full degree. Develop important art and design skills from the very first day. Experiment with a variety of techniques and materials. Undertake applied projects and explore different ways of working. This […]
Accomplished leather maker Rosanna Clare also thoroughly enjoys being able to pass on her knowledge and passion for leather craft to other people by running a series of workshops. These cater for both individuals, with one to one tuition, and groups of up to 6 at her Surrey studio or 12 at various venues in London. Workshops cover a wide range from a hand stitched laptop case to a dog collar and lead – you are sure to find something to tempt you!
I offer jewellery making workshops in my own studio in Newcastle upon Tyne as well as several galleries across the North East of England – choose from a range of short courses, evening classes, taster sessions and many more. Workshops focus on the medium of Art Clay Silver – an easier material to start silver jewellery making – but can also include simple silversmithing techniques. Group sizes are small, with flexible times to suit you: half day, evening and weekend sessions and also the option of one to one tuition.
Create your own unique piece of handmade jewellery using just wire, pliers, and wrapping techniques. Equipment and materials will be provided, including one pair of sterling silver ear hooks to finish your earrings. If you wish to finish your necklace with a sterling silver chain too there will be the option to purchase this on the day.
If you’re getting married or entering a civil partnership, why not make your day even more special? The circle is the symbol of eternity, with no beginning and no end, the hole acts as a gateway or door leading to things both known and unknown. To give the ring is to signify never-ending and immortal […]