Events - 5 Nov 17

Into the Moment

Saturday 21 October - Sunday 5 November
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Paintings, drawings and silver enamelled jewellery around the theme of microscopic water creatures. A strange fascination with owls and some collaborative work with a woodworker.
 
Megan Burt has been painting and drawing imagery of microscopic creatures for some time and is finding it interesting to move the theme over to a different medium. Working in 3 dimensional forms  with silver enables her to create more texture and definition.

Still Point

Saturday 21 October - Sunday 5 November
12:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Conversations with remote places  

Opening event: Saturday 21 October, 2-5pm
Closing event: Sunday 5 November, 3-5pm

Jacqui Higgs SSA is an Edinburgh-based Dublin-born artist, and qualified art therapist.

Write Rite - guided creative writing sessions

Sunday 5 November
5:00 am - 6:30 am

Want to build a writing habit, but not sure where to start? Or looking for a dedicated space to flex those writing muscles and get some wit exercise? Looking for NaNoWriMo accountability? You may need a Write Rite.

Sunday late afternoons in St Margaret’s House Room G8 we’ll hold a space for anyone looking for a calm place to write.

We’ll start with a cuppa and a chat, have a gentle stretch and a few minutes of mindfulness/meditation to get in the zone and engage the senses.

Make a stone set ring

Sunday 5 November
10:00 am - 3:00 pm

During this workshop you will learn how to make a silver ring and a bezel setting for a cabochon stone. You will be shown how to solder the two together to create a unique stone set ring. You will learn basic jewellery making techniques such as sawing, filing and soldering, as well as trickier ones such as sizing and stone setting.

The materials are included in the price.

To book a place, go to my website: www.leahbastianijewellery.co.uk
Or email me: leahbastiani@gmail.com

PAINTING ON GLASS. Two days workshop for beginners

Sunday 5 November
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

This is a course to introduce you into the amazing world of fired paint on glass.

Suitable for complete beginners and perfect for those who wants to bring their stained glass practice into another level.

On this course we’ll cover he basis of working with glass paint:

  • how to mix glass paint
  • various painting techniques
  • and kiln firing.

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