South West Art
Learn how to create beautiful jewellery using plastics, beads, wire and metalwork
All workshops can be fully tailored to your needs and groups learning styles.
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Workshops in a variety of textiles and print making. Including paper making, felt making, lino cutting, various printmaking techniques, garment construction, embroidery, weave...
Julie's workshops are tailored to the groups needs and abilities and she can work with the organiser to help get the most out of the workshop. She can also link to themes you may wish to work with.
African Mask Making
Aimed at school-aged students or Primary School Teachers. Participants will learn key facts about African Art and will be led through the design process, combining characteristics of African Masks and creatures from images provided.
Aimed at students from 10 upwards. Participants will start by producing line drawings of creatures or plants, followed by simplified designs as templates for their 3-d wire piece. Various coloured wires will be used to make their final creature or plant sculpture. A range of 2-d and 3-d skills will be taught – from drawing and design through to wirework.
For our workshops held throughout Somerset see below. If you would like further information on any of the workshops, please contact one of the team on; email@example.com or 01453 884614 or click on PDF details and download.
Most workshop providers are prepared to travel outside of the county
African mask making
Discover the joy of folklore and the art of storytelling through shadow puppetry. In this workshop you will learn the ancient art of making shadow puppets. You will be encouraged to create your own story, characters and performance using inspiration from Asian folklore. This workshop can be tailored to suit all ages but is well received by infant and primary children.