We're all looking forward to our upcoming workshop with Cas Holmes in August. It will be fantastic, but at this stage, it's fully booked and there are people on the waiting list.
But don't despair if you have the winter blues and your mojo has gone on a holiday to sunnier climes! There are still places in some of our other workshops this year.
After Cas comes Paula do Prado's fantastic sculptural paper forms. Paula will teach you to use origami style paper folding and recycled paper to create 3-dimensional forms and wearable pieces. This is a rare one-day workshop and it's fine if you're a beginner to this kind of work.
If your interest is textured and multi-layered coil woven objects, then our workshop with Michele Morcos is for you! Michele will teach you to move from expressive drawings to three dimensional forms. Don't be terrified by the word "drawings" - you will not be expected to produce a life-size copy of the Mona Lisa! This is about starting with free design and moving to making something three-dimensional. You have to start somewhere!
Lin Wilson's class in deconstructed screen printing is always popular, but don't be discouraged by the fact it's full already. Lin is an ATASDA member so it's worthwhile indicating your interest. There's more likely to be a repeat class, if we know you're interested!
If your taste is for the quirky and individual, your dreams have come true! Jade Pegler is coming in November to show you how to make ways of combining paper with fibres and fabric to create small creatures, whimsical machines or other small sculptures from your imagination.
You can see our workshops right here on the blog or check them out and contact the team via our web page.
See you in class!