Events - 10 Aug 18

Art & Craft classes for children in P1-P7.

Monday 6 August - Friday 10 August
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

6 – 10th August 2018. Children are welcome to attend the full week or book on for individual days. Classes will be priced at £20 for a half day, £35 for a full day or £130 for the full week.
Studio G5, Edinburgh Palette, 151 London Road, Edinburgh.
To book – contact Poppy or Lorna
email poppyrichards.art@gmail.com Or lorna.a.i.brown@gmail.com

Monday
6th August
2 – 4 .30 PM Inky explorations, marbling and ink blowing
Tuesday
7th August
10 – 12.30 AM Felt headdress
Tuesday
7th August
1.30 – 4PM Recycled bug in a bell jar
Wednesday
8th August
10 – 12.30 AM
Modroc Fruits and dream catcher weaving
Wednesday
8th August
1.30 – 4PM PM Paint Fruits and dream catcher beads
Thursday
9th August
10 – 12.30 AM Styrofoam collage prints
Thursday
9th August
1.30 – 4PM PM Clay fish and other sea creatures
Friday
10th August
10-12.30 AM Paint morning, spray paint, bubble paint, paint fish etc

Poppy Richards

Monday 6 August - Friday 10 August
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Th G5 Education team will be running a workshop week on the last week of the school holidays (Monday 6th – Friday 10th August). These will be relaxed creative sessions with the chance to create a range of 2d and 3d work, cover some printmaking, outdoor art, painting, sculpture and textiles. These will be full day sessions on Tuesday to Thursday ( 10-4) and half day sessions on Monday and Friday( 2-4.30 on Monday and 10-12.30 on Friday) with classes open to children in P1-P7. Children are welcome to attend the full week or book on for individual days. Classes will be priced at £20 for a half day, £35 for a full day or £130 for the full week.

If you would like to book a space or need any further information please contact: poppyrichards.art@gmail.com

Mono-printing for Stitch

Friday 10 August
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Monoprinting for stitch is a fun workshop to learn foundation textile design skills. It’s aimed at patchworkers, quilters and aspiring textile artists and crafters. If you’ve not tried Mono-printing, then you’ll not know what you’re missing. But take it from me, it’s a whole heap of fun and it’s much easier than it looks. It’s a great way of creating your own fabric to inspire embroidery and collage designs. So if you like quilting, patchwork or any form of fabric craft, then why not give it a go? It’s also a really quick way of creating decorative papers for cardmaking.

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