10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Artist Jamie King has produced portraits of homeless people in Edinburgh, painted from photographs taken with agreement from each individual.
Part of the Mental Health Festival 2019.
Launch: 10th of May 6:30 – 9pm
Open Daily: 11th May – 1st June 10am – 6pm
2:45 pm - 3:45 pm
Do you like the sound of playing games, learning drama skills, having fun and trying meditation and mindfulness. Why not book on to our 6 week Drama and Performance Workshop?
The Adventure Drama 6-week programme covers:
-Meditation and Mindfulness.
Each of our one hour drama workshops incorporates an exciting warm up, drama technique session and performance practise. Each session ends with a calming cool down which teaches children mindfulness and meditation. There will be a performance showcase at the end of the six weeks.
New Term: 11 May- 15 June (14.45- 15. 45)
Cost: £35 per term or £6 per week
Book now: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call or text: 08933540650
9:45 am - 11:00 am
These General Iyengar yoga classes are suitable for students of all levels.
Fridays 09:45 – 11:00 and Saturdays 10:00 – 11:30.
Spring Term passes cost £80 for 10 classes and can be used at any 10 classes within the 10 week term (including evening classes). Single classes cost £12
Iyengar yoga is suitable for everyone. Regular practice can help with many minor health conditions and is very helpful for athletes in preventing strain and injury. All of our teachers have completed many years’ training and can help you progress, whatever your level of experience.
Please note there is no Saturday class on 27 April, 8 June, 29 June.
10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Scrappy cushion is an easy and fun class for anyone who can use a sewing machine. If you’ve collected a large stash of fabric offcuts, ribbons and trims, then this is perfect for using them creatively. Firstly I’ll show you how to make new fabric from old. This is a fantastic way to upcycle and repurpose old clothing, and household textiles too. It’s a true ‘zero waste’ project. Your new fabric is decorated with whatever utility or embroidery stitches you have available, and further ribbon or trims can be added on top.
Any fabrics can be used: craft cotton in small print pattern works well, but more luxurious fabrics like satin, velvet or brocade are lovely for adding richness. Lace and chenille add texture.
These techniques can be used to make a ‘memory’ cushion so you can bring along old childrens clothing, Grandma’s vintage linens etc.
The lovely thing about this workshop is that every scrappy cushion is unique and personal.
When you’ve learned how to make upcycled fabrics, you can use them for lots of other things too. Embroidered panels look great in bags, clothing and to make cards and gift boxes.
Who is this aimed at?
Anyone who has basic sewing machine experience. No special art or embroidery experience is required, nor do you need a ‘fancy’ sewing machine. Ordinary utility stitches can be produce attractive results.
What will I learn?
how to find inspiration for your colour palette
various backgrounds for your new fabric
different techniques for layering and bonding fabrics to prepare for stitching
how to use utility stitches of a sewing machine for decorative effects
how to measure up and cut fabric panels for the cushion
making up a cushion, including inserting a zip.
Artisan Stitch has won a certificate of excellence for best sewing classes in Edinburgh.