We are pleased to announce our Spring Programme of Workshops at The Space, Symondsbury. We hope that you will support our new venture by attending one of these Workshops and/or passing the information on to your friends and acquaintances. This is a pilot scheme so its success will determine how we develop the potential of The Space by offering regular workshops/events for our Members and the general public. All feedback welcome.
- Copper Foil Workshop – Saturday 14th March 10am-4pm with Ann Pengelly, Stained Glass Artist
Learn some basic stained glass techniques of copper foiling, cutting glass and soldering to create a unique panel (10”x8”) to take home. An excellent course for beginners. Tools & materials, tea & coffee provided. Cost: £50 + £20 materials. To book contact Ann, 07979 013641
- Nuno Experience – Saturday 21st March 10am-4pm with textile artist Gill Burbidge BA (Hons) PGCE
Design and create your own contemporary Nuno felted wrap, scarf or wall hanging. Using cotton scrim and merino fleece, embellish a design with a range of silk fabrics and threads. Hand-rolled low-tech felt making with a contemporary application suitable for all levels of participants. Cost: £50 including all tools & materials. Tea/coffee/biscuits provided. Booking Form/Information available at The Gallery or email email@example.com
- Life Drawing – Saturday 4th April 10am-4pm. An opportunity to draw with an experienced model for the whole day. The session will be untutored, but advice will be on hand if requested. Easels/tables provided. Cost £40 including tea/coffee/biscuits. For more information and to book contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Please note all Workshops have limited numbers so please book early.
Just a couple of doors along from the workshops, the Printmakers Open is our current Exhibition at The Gallery until 8th March. This will be followed by Infourmation from 12th – 25th March. And don’t forget the pop-up Exhibitions at the Museum in Lyme Regis currently showing the work of one of our members, David Brooke. (Note: there is an admission charge to the Museum but the ticket lasts for 12 months, so you can visit the following exhibitions for free.)
We look forward to seeing you soon.