6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
“Intuitive painting is a powerful spiritual and creative practice designed to connect people with their intuition, and inner guidance”
The classes combine intuitive painting, meditation, and writing. They provide a safe and positive space for free expression, with the aim to develop an intuitive approach to the creative process. Art is used as a tool for pure self-expression, healing, and transformation.
Participants have the chance to work on any subject, emotion or thought they wish to explore through the process, however, a general theme is always provided. A short guided meditation opens and closes the practice and helps to relax the mind and the body.
The course includes some introduction to the acrylic painting technique as well as some guidance through the creative process. No experience is required and all the materials will be provided.
WHEN: Tue 4th of June – Tue 9th of July, 6-8pm (6 weeks course)
WHERE: Edinburgh Palette Studio G5, 151 London Rd, Edinburgh EH7 6AE
EXCHANGE: 6 weeks £130.00 – £110.00 EARLY BIRDS discount available till the 22nd of May! All the materials are included.
For more information and to book your space simply visit https://www.creativeflowart.com/intuitive-painting-class or phone 07556575645
3:30 pm - 5:30 pm
Hand Embroidery is a lovely creative activity for children to learn. In this sewing class for ages 8-12, we’ll be making a felt hearts and birds. This is a lovely school holiday activity for children.
I learned to sew as a very young child. My earliest memories involve playing with fabric scraps. Sewing develops manual dexterity and excellent hand/eye coordination. and encourages focus and concentration. Plus it gives them a huge sense of achievement and self-worth. It also stimulates a child’s imagination and creativity.
What will my child learn?
We’ll be learning some common hand embroidery stitches
using felt to make a stuffed hearts or birds and decorating them with buttons.
All fabrics and equipment provided.
Artisan Stitch has recently won a certificate of excellence for best sewing classes in Edinburgh. I am insured and hold a PVG (Disclosure Scotland) certificate. I have over 40 years sewing experience and over 20 years in a training & teaching role.
Must be pre-booked at: https://www.artisanstitch.co.uk/hand-embroidery-5/
10:00 am - 6:00 pm
The ambitious and experimental artists formally known as Pepsi Collective will open their second exhibition of 2019 at St Margaret’s House on the 5th of July and will showcase seventeen of its member’s works for the duration of the weekend.
Exhibiting painting, sculpture, installation, music, film, performance and poetry, Pepsi Collective delights in diversity. The eclectic mash-up of work gives the group an offbeat vitality. Although their work varies, a core ethos of open-mindedness is shared amongst the collective when it comes to artistic practice and arranging exhibitions. As well as this they understand that working together as a team provides them with a larger platform and bigger impact.
PEPSI 2 opens at 6pm on the 5th of July at St Margaret’s House, 151 London Road. The exhibition continues on the 6th and 7th of July, open 10am-6pm.
PEPSI 2 will introduce work by Alice Campbell, Annika Neilson, Cassia Dodman, Daniel O’Dempsey, Elliot Killick, Ewan Arthur, Glen Thomson, James Alexander McKenzie, Jamie Watt, Jennie Bates, Lewis Bissett, Liam San Roman, Lorna Sinclair, Luke Greer, Nicola Donaldson, Nicole Cumming and Saoirse Anis.
11:00 am - 2:00 pm
ome and learn the magic loop technique for knitting in the round using a circular needle. During this workshop you will learn knitting in the round using the magic loop method while making fingerless mittens. During the workshop you will be shown a few tips and tricks to have the perfect join and avoid those dreaded ladders!
Notes will be provided on the day.
You will be able to knit and purl with confidence and have an understanding of increases and decreases.
5mm circular needle (80cm)
Double Knitting Wool (at least 50grams)
All workshops are held in my dye studio (which is near the shop). After booking you will be emailed with the details on how to access the building. Please note payment is required to book in to this workshop, and is non-refundable.
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Are you a complete knitting newbie? Or perhaps you have learned how to knit flat and would like to venture into the work of knitting in the round? While learning to knit a cowl, this class will introduce the indispensable technique of knitting with circular needles
Techniques to be covered:
- Importance of tension
- Cast on/off techniques
- Changing colour
- Weaving in ends
- 100grams DK/Worsted weight wool
- 4.0mm or 4.5mm circular needle (40cm)
- Darning needle
- Stitch markers