Sail Away Mini Screen Printing (4-8yrs)

Running Time: Weds 2 Aug, 10am & 11am. 50 minutes.
Price: £6

About this event

WE ARE SORRY BUT WORKSHOPS ARE NOW SOLD OUT! Why not look at Make a 3D Boat or Bring the Boat to Life, both working with talented artist Emanuela Marcu.

Sun, sea and sand or pirates, parrots and monsters, this workshop will teach children the simple art of screen printing inspired by journeys they have made or imagined.  

In this fun 50-minute workshop with artist Nicole Line, children will think of a simple design inspired by travel and journeys, and make a template based on their ideas. They'll then print their design onto fabric and use it to decorate the sails on the life-sized boat in our gallery – or they can take it home if they prefer!

Please note adults must accompany all children aged 8 and under. Adults do not require a ticket. 

About Nicole Line

Nicole is a textile artist currently working at University for the Creative Arts in Farnham and Epsom, where she helps students to set up studios and prepare portfolios. After graduating in 2012 in Textiles for Fashion and Interiors at UCA Nicole was Artist in Resident for two years with the BA Textile department.  She is now studying for an MA in Creative Education at UCA, funded by the university.

Nicole’s workshop practice specialises in making creative activities for unusual spaces and working with people from all sorts of backgrounds.

www.nicolelineworkshops.com

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