Lectures/Workshops

Lectures may be booked as follows

‘This Wonderful Life’ My life and work in textiles’

‘Keeping The Magic’ My process and the influences that have shaped my textile life

‘Collaborations’ Working with other artists for mutual benefit

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Workshops may be booked as below or you may choose any combination to custom make a workshop of your choice. Those listed are one day workshops which teach a variety of techniques, but can be adapted as wished.

Stitching from Life

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Using free machining techniques, students will make a series of small pieces stitched directly from life ….students should have some experience of free machining
Making your Mark

A day of discovery, producing your own marks using print, squeezy bottles, pens, sticks, wax resist and stitch, on paper and fabric

The Power of Print   A number of choices follow  

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An introduction to printmaking, including Monoprinting, Erasers, Funky Foam, and even potatoes! Students will create a series of different prints in both paper and fabric and guidance will be given on bringing these prints forward into stitched textiles pieces.

Creative Collage
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This is a paper based workshop whereby students will paint papers and, using an image, will create a series of small collages using sections of that image. If time allows stitch may be introduced in to these collages and finally students may create a zigzag book to display the days work.

Tiny Tomes
Make some special little books for all your sketches and design bits

Creative Sketchbooks
Readymade books transformed with simple techniques to help students develop a sketchbook practice which will help their textiles work enormously

Liberated
A day of no measure free cut patchwork techniques

Develop your Creativity  

This day is for those who wish to explore and develop their practice, to move forward to potentially a new and exciting direction, or to take charge of and direct their current ideas

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Retreats
I also offer a number of workshops suitable for weekends or residential weeks as follows

Shoebox Academy

Students will curate their own collection, record through visual documentation, photography, drawing, printmaking and then move into stitch, both hand and free machine

Interpretation and Inspiration

This is for those who wish to explore and develop their ideas, to move forward to potentially a new and exciting direction, or to take charge of and direct their current ideas. Students will work through a variety of dyeing and printmaking techniques and then move into stitch
Developing Your Sketchbooks

This is for those who wish to develop a sketchbook practice to further their work in textiles. Students will use a sketchbook to develop ideas with drawing in the broadest sense, print, collage and then potentially move into stitch

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2 thoughts on “Lectures/Workshops

  1. Hi
    I would like to find out more about your workshops please. Do you travel to do them? We are looking for people who can offer workshops for our Gallery on site and yours sound very interesting. And if you only do them in one place, I would still personally be interested in information about when you are next doing the mark making and creative collage ones as I’d like to have a go myself! My email address has been given as part of this comment or you can contact me at work on 01264 773438. We are based in Weyhill so only half an hour from Winchester. Thanks
    Wendy

    1. Sorry Wendy, I have only just found your message, i dont seem to have got an alert when you sent it. I teach anywhere that wants me is the quick answer to your question. These workshops are taken from my regular teaching at Eastleigh College… we have an exhibition every year which shows student work from level 2 city and guilds , all the way up to the foundation degree in stitched textiles, it is always the first week in July so please do come and see what we do. Susan

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