Ceres, an eco conscious design trio Lara Mantell, Florence Hawkins and Zoë Burt will demonstrate natural dyeing and printing techniques.
Create a silk handkerchief using a shibori resist process with natural dyes.
Design and print a festive card using botanical pastes through silk screens.
A drop-in taster session to learn something about natural dyeing and printing with Remakery and Ceres.
Tickets £14 via eventbrite – book via link
Remakery is a space for making things from waste materials, open to local residents, makers, artists and businesses. Our aim is to reduce waste and support our local community by sharing skills and sparking ideas.
Spinsters, Hecklers and Lingerie
April 6 | 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Do you know where the words ‘heckler’, ‘spinster’ and ‘lingerie’ come from? Discover their origins and much more in this interactive talk exploring the social history of flax, an incredible fabric we rely on throughout our lives for its medicinal qualities as well as for the clothes we wear.
Photo shows linen garland designed by passementerie weaver Jessica Light from flax grown in London
Zoë Burt is a textile artist and Kate Poland is the co-founder of Cordwainer’s Community Garden in Hackney. They both worked together on the Seeds of Fashion project and Grow a London Garment, in which they grew and produced a garment from start to finish.
Book via the Chelsea Physic garden website Spinsters , hecklers and lingerie
A chance to learn how to develop a unique blueprint and browntone postcard to record plant specimens from the wonderful herbarium at The South London Botanical Institute using a historical form of botanical photography.
Booking essential via the SLBI website.
Prices from £30 – £35
To book click on link (gift cards available, please ask) Plant Recording with Cyanotype Photography
Sunday February 12th
11am – 2pm
The South London Botanical Institute, 323 Norwood Road SE24 9AQ