Summer Cyanotype, course code STE051A
2 Saturdays July 17th & 24th 10 – 4pm
Experiment with guided techniques to make unique and beautiful images using this exciting process. Learn to prepare a cyanotype recipe and apply directly to paper and fabric.The course also investigates historical and current creative practice in this field.
For more details and to book visit: https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/courses/course/summer-cyanotype/summer-cyanotype/
£100 or £75 concession
Minerva Workshop is a lovely light filled venue for creative pursuits
For this workshop we will:
– Create a swatch card of modified natural due colour samples
– Naturally dye and pattern a peace silk scarf
– Learn how to prepare fabric for dyeing
– Discover a brief history of natural dyeing and the resurgence of interest in contemporary practise
Thursday July 15th 10.30 – 3.30pm – Madder and Weld
Thursday 16th September 10.30 – 3.30pm – Kitchen Botanicals
Location: Minerva Workshop, Dove Centre, Kentish Town, NW5 2BJ
Discover the magic of early photography inspired by botanical heroines, artists and the wonders of nature with our Cyanotype workshop series.
Hosted by Zoë Burt, this workshop will explore the fascinating history of cyanotype. You’ll also learn how to make your own postcard prints inspired by nature.
The workshop fee includes a beginner’s cyanotype kit which will be posted out in advance of the session so there’s no need to worry about sourcing materials.
DATE: Wednesday 5th May 2021
LOCATION: online via Zoom
TIMINGS: 10.30am – midday
PRICE: £45 per person
BOOKING: This workshop will be hosted via Zoom. Please book online below and we will send you the video link and details of how to join. TO ENSURE THE KITS ARE DELIVERED TO YOU ON TIME BOOKINGS WILL BE CLOSED AT MIDNIGHT ON THE 28TH APRIL 2021.For more information or to enquire about last-minute booking, contact the Daylesford team on 01608 731 700 or email CAITLIN.FOGARTY@DAYLESFORD.COM How to book
Sustainable Luxury Fashion, An Introduction
Thursday and Friday 8th and 9th July, 11 – 4pm, online via zoom
Course code: VFC338A
Make a unique sustainable silk camisole, dyed and patterned with botanicals, with Alice Holloway and Zoë Burt. Create a garment in your size and explore natural dyeing and patterning using a heritage dye plant or seasonally foraged plant material. Students will be introduced to concepts of sustainability and ethical fashion in business and localism. The silk is Majestic silk, grown and woven in UK The cost of materials is included in the course fee.
For more details and to book: https://www.morleycollege.ac.uk/courses/course/sustainable-luxury-fashion-an-introduction/sustainable-luxury-fashion-an-introduction/
or go to www.morleycollege.ac.uk and type in the course title