On Thursday 21st from 4-6 Rachael Whittaker will be running an Exploring Microscopic Structures workshop in the exhibition space in the technology building. Explore organic textures and structures under a microscope and translate them to mixed media drawings using various different techniques. Suitable for ages 8 and over.
On Wednesday 20th from 5-7 in the exhibition space Kim Searle will be running a Recycled Huddersfield workshop. Suitable for children of all ages!
Come along and use recycled materials to build your own version of the town.
On Wednesday 20th 10:30-12:00 Samantha Davies will be running a Crochet Corner workshops! Learn how to crochet or just brush up your skills!
In the exhibition space in the technology building at Huddersfield universities Queensgate Campus.
From 5-6 on Tuesday 19th there will be an alternative drawing workshop! Explore a wide range of approaches to drawing with various different techniques.
The workshop will be repeated on Thursday 21st 1:30 -3:00 and Friday 22nd 11:00 to 12:00.
Suitable for any ages, bring images to draw from if you want to.
(Images above from Stephanie Roberts and Hetaher Walkinshaw’s sketchbooks)
From 1-3 on Tuesday 19th there will be a weave and knit taster session. Come along and learn the basics skills to create your own textile crafts!
Again this is free and suitable for anyone aged 7 and over.
On Monday 18th June during the exhibition Elisa Etemad and Hannah Green will be running a workshop on creative braiding suitable for anyone aged 7 and over.
3pm - 5pm in the exhibition space, free, all materials provided, come along for all the braids you can learn!
Fragmented Stories run by Stephanie Roberts
Monday 18th 11- 1pm
Steph Roberts has been making work using embroidery and drawing techniques based on her travels and adventures. Bring your own photos and adventures to create your own visual representations of your stories!
To coincide with the Sample Twelve exhibition Leigh Bowser will be running a Blood Bag Project workshop. The workshops are suitable for all and will show you how to make your own unique blood bag.
Leigh has an aim to get 100 handmade blood bags by 31st August. So far she’s about half way through! The blood bags will then be auctioned off with 100% of the profits being donated to The National Blood Donation Service and The Anthony Nolan Trust.
Workshops will run in the exhibition space on Sunday 17th June from 2-4 and Friday 22nd from 1:30-3:30.
While the degree show is open to the public students will be running various workshops throughout the day.
The first will be on Sunday 17th from 10:30-12:30. Kim Searle will be running a Recycled Monsters workshop where you can create whatever scary, cuddly or bizarre looking monster you could imagine!
Suitable for parents and children. Materials are supplied but also feel free to bring your own.