Penny Lecture and Craft Workshops at Morley College London
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