Science, Botany, Creativity and Suffragettes

Tune into a online talk via The South London Botanical Institute
Wednesday 3rd March
7- 8pm
A talk and visual investigation – to celebrate International Women’s Day
Focusing on a few female botanists, Zoë will be exploring through artistry and vision, the connecting plant power in protest through direct message and re-useable textile banners and stitch

Women Parade for Womens Suffrage
Votes for Women

The SLBI is a registered charity for botanical education. Bookings via
They will email you the link and password once bookings close on the day of the talk

Seasonal Natural Dyeing Spring online

Seasonal Natural Dyeing Spring - seed card
Seasonal Natural Dyeing Spring

23 February – 23 March, 5 Tuesdays
What you will learn

Grow and identify dye plants with a miniature dye garden seed set. Experiment with seasonal plant dyeing, contact printing, solar dyeing and eco printing. Create and test natural dye mordants on a variety of fabrics. Plan a dye garden design. Develop a beautiful book of samples and recipes.
By the end of this course, you will be able to:

Experiment with seasonal plant dyeing on a range of fibres
Identify dye plants, grow dye plant seedlings and design a dye garden
Explore botanical contact printing, eco printing and solar dyeing
Test natural dye mordants and modifiers
Investigate global dye practitioners and fibreshed models

£270 or £205 concession, booking via the website, course code VTX218B

Advanced Textile Workshop January 2021

Textiles Advanced Workshop
Textiles Advanced Workshop

Limited availability for safe working on this advanced course in the specialist textile studio leading to a group exhibition “Reset” in the newly refurbished Morley Gallery after Easter 2021. For more information and to enrol visit via with course code VTX005B
Artwork shown here by workshop participant Line Le fevre

Minerva Art Workshop

Natural Dyeing London

To book, please visit

Art Holidays in Greece

Art Holiday Greece
Art Holiday Greece

Spring 13 – 17 June
Autumn 17 – 21 October

for more info see link:
Nature Journal
Techniques: Natural Dyeing, cyanotype, embroidery, sculpture making, botanical drawing