Free bookmaking workshops: Stories of local places - Adults
Share your stories about local places and fill pages of your very own miniature book with local artists Jane Glynn.
We would like to invite you to join local artist Jane Glynn to participate in a bookmaking workshop and discussion surrounding ideas of place. During this 2-hour workshop you will learn to use a range of papers, collage, drawing and/or writing to create and fill your own handmade book, relating it to your favourite or significant local places. You will leave the session with the knowledge and skills to create further books at home.
No previous experience required; these sessions are suitable for everybody.
This workshop is run by UHArts as part of the New Geographies project which aims to redraw the map of the East of England and will culminate in 10 new art commissions across the region in response to public nominations which happened over Summer 2017.
You can find more information on this project here: newgeographies.uk and more information about us at UHArts here: www.uharts.co.uk
This is free but because spaces are limited to 15 people do need to book by contacting the library.
To book please visit Hatfield Library
This project is Arts Council funded and is being developed by nine venues within the ECVAN network: Art Exchange; Firstsite; Focal Point Gallery; Kettle’s Yard; Norwich Castle Museum & Art Gallery; originalprojects; UHArts; and Wysing Arts Centre.
9 May 2018 at 18:30 - 20:30