Join our 2-days workshop to make your own apron using printmaking and textile.
The workshop encourages participants to use their imagination and creativity, learn to use simple printmaking and sewing techniques and to design and make your own apron for whichever job you are doing; cooking, gardening, painting, electronics, woodworking.
This workshop is for age 18 and above.
Material: We will provide all the basic material you need. If you prefer using your own choice of fabric, please bring 1-1.5 meters of material depending on the size of apron you wish to make.
Equipment requirements: Please note that we provide a sewing machine for sharing, but you are more than welcome to bring your machine from home. If you’d like to bring your home machine, please remember to bring the manual (and foot pedal/power cord).
Tutor: Fiona Winning
Fiona is an artist, a qualified educator and facilitator who has more than 20 years experience in working in adult education and community environments. Fiona creates work that combines conversations, social events and art workshops.
Sunday 13th & 20th May (12noon – 4pm)
It is totally FREE, including material.
The workshop is fully funded by Somerset Skills & Learning and Arts Council England. Funding covers all the associated cost to put together this workshop, including tutor fee, venue hire, materials, refreshment and administration, approx £40 for each participant. Our team in Eastville Project Space is keen to make sure all our workshop is affordable for anyone would like to take part.
How to sign up?
Limited to 10 participants