Workshops

As part of the Penryn Arts Festival 2017 a group of local artists and makers will be offering free workshops throughout October and November. Offering a chance for you to get hands on and learn a new craft for free! During each workshop there will be a communal dinner, encouraging conversations and providing time for reflection. If you are thinking about booking on to any of the workshops and have any dietary requirements please email info@fieldnotes.org.uk at your earliest convenience.

In addition to these workshops there will also be a free special edition of Katie Etheridge & Simon Persighetti’s Stor{m}y Nights.

All workshops will be held in Temperance Hall, Penryn with the Stor{m}y Nights at The Seven Stars


Rosanna Martin: 

Clay & dinner workshop (20 spaces, booking required)

Monday 9th October: 18:00 – 21:30

For more information and to book a space please click here


Camilla Stacey: 

Monday 23rd October: 18:00 – 21:30 Paper Making Workshop (15 spaces, booking required)

For more information and to book a space please click here

Monday 27th November: 18:00 – 21:30 Weaving Workshop (15 spaces, booking required)

For more information and to book a space please click here

For both of Camilla’s workshops you are encouraged to bring a sharing dish for a pot luck supper and a suggested donation of £5 with you on the night.


Oliver Raymond-Barker: 

Sculptural Camera Obscura Workshop & dinner (15 spaces, booking required)

Monday 30th October: 18:00 – 21:30

For more information and to book a space please click here


Adrian Holmes:

Japanese Woodblock Printing Workshop & dinner (15 spaces, booking required)

Monday 6th November: 18:00 – 21:30

For more information and to book a space please click here


Katie Etheridge & Simon Persighetti:

Making Writing Workshop & dinner (15 spaces, booking required)

Monday 20th November: 18:00 – 21:30

Special edition of Stor{m}y Nights at The Seven Stars

Friday 1st December:

For more information on either the workshop or Stor{m}y Nights and to book a space please click here

 

 

 

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