Interactive Weaves workshops

The next two workshops for Interactive Weaves are Moon and Paper II

Moon Weave: Sunday 18th July

Annie Flitcroft’s Ceramic Moon Crater Workshop 11am-1pm
Charlie Leftley’s Gold Leaf Shell and Stone Workshop 1pm-4pm
Karl Rudziak’s Life Draw the Moon Weave Event throughout the day with an easel on the parade ground

Paper Weave II: Sunday 25th July

James Mouland’s Ebru workshop 11am-1pm
Ruth Lacey’s Watercolour Beach Combing Workshop 1pm-4pm
Dave Allen’s Life-Paint the weave outside on an easel

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Interactive Weaves is created by local Textile Artist Alice Hume and funded by Arts Council England. This project will give adults and children of all ages and abilities the opportunity to get involved in creating an impressive woven installation. Join the free creative workshops with both Alice and the Hotwalls Studios artists. The project is being run through a series of free community events and explores topics of plastic consumption, textile waste and well-being through craft practices. Participants will be able to weave with recycled, upcycled and ethical materials such as textiles, paper, plastic and plants.

Cllr Ben Dowling Cabinet Member for Culture, Leisure & Economic Development said, “It’s great to hear about the success of these workshops so far, and the wide range of skills and knowledge being shared. The project is having a really positive impact on all who are involved and it will be great to see the artwork on display in September.”

Interactive Weaves: Paper Weave, Part 2 – The Hotwalls Studios

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