For Teachers: Skills in the Making workshop – Constructed textiles with Lucy Brown

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St Marylebone Art Department and NSEAD are hosting a series of  ‘Skills in the Making’ workshops:

Our first this year is: Constructed textiles with Lucy Brown on

Wednesday January 15th 1.30 – 4.30pm

A session for primary and secondary specialist and non specialist teachers of art, craft and design

Lucy Brown will lead a workshop of weaving and construction techniques that do not involve specialist equipment.

You will make your own textile piece to investigate personal identity and history using ideas and techniques that can be easily transferred to the classroom.

Please bring an old garment to work on and any material and textiles you would like to incorporate. Other materials will be provided

Date: Wednesday 15th January 2014
Time: 1.30- 4.30 pm
Cost: NSEAD member, St Marylebone Alliance school member £20, non member £25 Venue: St Marylebone School, London, W1U 5BA
Limited numbers – booking essential

Facilitated by Lucy Brown: see http://lucybrownmakes.wordpress.com/

Lucy Brown makes work for exhibitions and commissions, and is a highly experienced workshop leader. Since graduating from Goldsmiths College in 1995 she has made woven sculptural installations using vintage, second hand and discarded clothing as raw material. Her work explores identity, gender, re-invention and the boundaries between fine art and making. She has exhibited in Europe, America and the Far East, and is currently exhibiting in Japan.

BOOKING FORM

This event is organised by the NSEAD

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