We are pleased to offer more one-off workshops on a
selection of Thursday and Friday dates at
The Hub Huntingfield, The FAYAP Centre Framlingham, and Aldeburgh Community Centre.
These taster sessions are designed to give you a flavour of the subject or craft, and we hope you’ll be inspired to carry on!
Thursday 18th January THE HUB HUNTINGFIELD IP19 0QH
SCREEN PRINTING 9.30-15.30 Tutor: Jackey Linney Code: 485 £54.00
Working with textile designer Jacky, you will learn the basic technique of screen printing to go home with a unique fabric of your own design, big enough for a cushion cover. You will design and cut paper stencils, then use screens to apply colour onto fabric. Inks and a piece of fabric are included. Extra printable fabric, bags and tea towels will be available at cost price. Please wear old clothes and/or an apron. Bring a long a packed lunch, a plain t-shirt/pillowcases if you wish to experiment and a cutting board and craft knife if you have them. No experience needed.
Friday 19th January ALDEBURGH COMMUNITY CENTRE IP15 5HY
USING WATERCOLOUR PENCILS 10.00 - 15.00 Tutor: Vaughan Windle Code: 586 £45.00
An excellent way to record in a sketch book or produce more finished work. This media allows full colour paintings to be completed with a minimum of equipment. Beginners welcome. Techniques explained. Requirements 140lb water colour paper, a set of 12 or 24 water soluble pencils and a medium size water colour brush.
Thursday 1st February FRAMLINGHAM FAYAP CENTRE IP13 9HE
MEDIEVAL EAST ANGLIA 9.30 - 12.00 Tutor: Julie Wheeler Code: 486 £27.00
Come and view fantastic East Anglia through a medieval lens! This workshop will deepen your understanding of the historic landscape of Norfolk and Suffolk. We will explore a range of buildings, people and events that shaped and reflected East Anglia’s prosperous past.
Friday 2nd February ALDEBURGH COMMUNITY CENTRE IP15 5HY
EXPLORING LINOCUTS 9.30 - 15.00 Tutor: Helen Armstrong-Bland Code: 587 £56.00
Discover and explore relief printmaking, using lino and lino tools to develop drawings and images into prints by cutting and carving into a lino block and printing from the surface. A simple, traditional and effective printing method to create a relief print (where the surface in relief carries the ink and the cut marks do not print).
A Linocut is a simple but effective technique that can produce a variety of different images using background blocks with or without altering the surface block. Please bring along some cartridge paper and an apron.
Thursday 22nd February THE HUB HUNTINGFIELD IP19 0QH
WET FELT WALL HANGING 9.45 - 14.45 Tutor: Rachel Glover Code: 487 £45.00
Make your own design wall hanging from colourful wool fleece, using the wet method of felting. If desired, you can complete by learning some decorative beading/applique techniques. No experience necessary, all materials provided. It is a fun and absorbing if rather drippy process so bring a waterproof apron and definitely some arm muscles!
You will go home with a finished work ready to hang and be admired!
Friday 23rd February ALDEBURGH COMMUNITY CENTRE IP15 5HY
THE WIVES OF HENRY VIII 10.00 - 12.30 Tutor: Julie Wheeler Code: 588 £22.50
Understand the women Henry VIII married in his desperate ambition for a male heir. Did they have ambitions of their own? This course will introduce you to six diverse and captivating personalities and the events that propelled them to their individual fates. Which wife did Henry love the most?, which did he hate!?, and which wife had the biggest impact upon England…?