Events - 12 Oct 18

Trains of Thought

Trains of Thought

Friday 28 September - Friday 12 October
10:00 am - 8:00 pm

An informative and interactive exhibition and series of Innovation Stations centered around People Know How to celebrate their 5 year anniversary.

Come and learn about their methods, research and projects, and see how you can take part. See below for more details of individual events.

Innovation Stations bring together stakeholders connected to our projects. We will share our learning and involve them in the next steps.

Register here: trains-of-thought.eventbrite.co.uk

Free-Motion Embroidery

Friday 12 October
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free-motion embroidery, also known as Free-Machine or free-hand embroidery, is a useful core skill for Textile Artists, Quilters and Felters. Many of my other creative workshops involve free-motion embroidery so if you’re not sure which one to take, then I recommend this workshop as a starting point. No ‘drawing’ experience is necessary.

This workshop will teach you how to use a sewing machine as a creative tool. Whether you want to quilt, create mixed media art, make cards, or embroidery on your clothes, this course will show you a variety of ways to do it.

Free-Motion Embroidery

Friday 12 October
10:00 am - 4:00 pm

Free-motion embroidery, also known as Free-Machine embroidery, is a useful core skill for Textile Artists, Quilters and Felters. Many of my other creative workshops involve free-motion embroidery so if you’re not sure which one to take, then I recommend this workshop as a starting point. No ‘drawing’ experience is necessary.

This workshop will teach you how to use a sewing machine as a creative tool. Whether you want to quilt, create mixed media art, make cards, or embroidery on your clothes, this course will show you a variety of ways to do it.

Existential Questions? A Series of Six Process Art Workshops

Friday 12 October
2:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Are you tired of living in a culture where “dumbing down is so prevalent?
Do you like wrestling with the BIG questions?
Come, join us in an exploration of the existential layer of our life process.

In this series of workshops we will take the time to make art, reflect on and share about that which makes us human. One by one you are invited to visit those challenging aspects of the human condition which are unavoidable and which pose ultimately unsolvable questions. Our creativity is put to the best of uses when called upon to remake our answers to these existential questions.
Each week we will explore where we are currently standing in relation to one of six universal themes:
1. embodiment
2. autonomy and relatedness
3. freedom and responsibility
4. death and other limitations
5. meaning and meaninglessness
6. the Un-known
You may attend these workshops as a complete series or individually.

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