<em>Edit Event</em> Penny Lecture and Craft Workshops at Morley College London

Penny Lecture and Craft Workshops at Morley College London

Talk, 10 May 18:00 – 21:00
Workshops, 12 May 11:00 – 15:00

Booking Details

Talk, booking not necessary, payment by donation at the door
Workshops, various, booking necessary, £5
Morley College
61 Westminster Bridge Road
London
SE1 7HT

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020 3805 8731

On Friday 10 May, writer and former Crafts editor Grant Gibson explores How craft got hip...and can it stay that way?, asking whether craft’s popularity is simply a moment in fashion or if it will prove to be genuinely long-lasting. Sunday 12 May sees a day of interactive craft workshops led by well-known artisans and makers.

Morley College London offers high-quality craft adult education, with a wide range of courses in contemporary and traditional craft skills.  

Workshops, Sunday 12 May

Painting and Drawing: Making oil and egg tempera paint craft sessions – Room D11

Photography: Homemade and pinhole camera-making workshop – Room B23

Printmaking: Intaglio printing, introduction to Intaglio & relief printing – Room D21

Wood engraving taster – Room D31

Textiles: Drop-in papermaking observation; Felt/Stitch taster session – Room E21 A&B

Fashion: Making an upcycled baker boy hat from existing materials and making a beaded neckpiece – Room E14

Jewellery: Making a forged brooch – Room A31

Stained glass in a day – Room C32

Sculpture: Metal sculpture taster – Pelham Hall

Morley College