11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Opening event Saturday 11th November 1-4pm
This exhibition brings together 18 artists, makers, poets and designers whose work is intimately connected with trees and woodland.
Though their works span a wide variety of media they are all united by a strong affinity with woodland; as a place to observe and connect with nature, as a rich source of metaphor, as a place for reflection and healing, as a link to distant myths and inspiration for new writing, as a sustainable resource to work with. For some, trees are their singular subject or their raw materials, for others they represent a starting point for their imagination.
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
A collection of images and poetry inspired by nature and mythology
Opening Event: Saturday, 11 November 1pm 4pm
Free Poetry Workshop: Saturday, 18 November 2pm – 3:30pm
As life has its circle; as paths meander and are lost in the forest; as death becomes rebirth, the endless cycle continues. Where we fit into this circle is an open-ended question, a puzzle we try to solve through stories, mythology and religion. And who knows what may be found in the shadows cast by trees.
11:00 am - 6:00 pm
Opening Event Saturday, 11 November 1pm – 4pm
Workshop Saturday, 18 November – More info to come
The Edinburgh Tool Library, a charity building a community for all, without costing the earth.
To celebrate our recent 3rd birthday, we have gathered some stories and creations of our volunteers and members. After the success of our exhibition at Custom Lane, we’re starting to tour the show with a first stop at our favourite arts & community centre St Margaret’s House.
What’s really exciting this time is that we will have our new bike kitchens in situ (Fork in the Road… geddit?!!!). Come and meet Mo and the pair of bike kitchens to get a taste of what we’ll be getting up to in the coming months. She’ll be there on Saturday 11th November from 1-4pm showing off the kitchens and sharing Fork in the Road’s vision for kitchens that can go anywhere.
Come along to the exhibition and see all the things members, volunteers and staff make, and some of the amazing projects we have done.
If you’re interested in volunteering opportunities with us, come along on Saturday too, Cécile our volunteer coordinator will be happy to tell you more!
More information on our Fork in the Road project.
10:00 am - 3:00 pm
You will learn the basic skills needed to create your own glass panel in two days.
• Basic panel design
• Cutting glass
• Lead work
• Cementing, polishing and finishing
Small class size allows for plenty of individual attention
Saturday – Sunday
10:00 am – 3:00 pm
SUITABLE FOR BEGINNERS.
As we are working with lead this course is not suitable for pregnant or nursing women.
What’s included in the price?
All tools, equipment and refreshments provided.
Please bring a packed lunch and wear warm, comfortable clothing and sturdy, flat shoes.
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.
11:00 am - 5:00 pm
Spend a day in the studio with Poppy making beautiful beaded designs which can be made into a clutch bag or simple purse.
All materials included as well as tea, coffee & light refreshments.
19th November 11am to 5pm
1:00 pm - 3:00 pm
Eye pillows are great to use in yoga and in meditation. Eye pillows are designed to soothe and relax tired eyes and allow you to fully relax in savasana.
Join Panda Yoga and Kitwit for this eye pillow workshop on Sunday 19th November from 1-3pm.