1525 Slow Craft SocialPast, Young People Sun 19 Nov, 1pm–4pm
Join us for a slow craft social lead by Textile Artist and Visitor Services Supervisor, Emma Graves. Drawing ideas from Craftivism* and Mindfulness, we will explore relaxing techniques such as embroidery, collage, and printing in the session. Take time to approach making in a contemplative space to resist the pressures of productivity. This drop-in workshop focuses on enjoying the process of making as opposed to producing a finished piece.
No need to have previous craft experience. Drop-in at any time but booking is required.
Materials will be provided!
*Craftivism (coined by Betsy Greer), a portmanteau of craft and activism, utilises craft as a form of gentle protest.
Free for all. This event is aimed at 15-25 year olds. Booking is required.
This event is held in The Studio.
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If you have any questions around access or have specific access requirements we can accommodate, please get in touch with us by emailing email@example.com or phoning 0115 948 9750
Emma Graves (she/her) is a multidisciplinary textile artist based in Nottingham. Emma uses textile art to illustrate and stitch stories onto fabric. She enjoys the slow process of craft and employs various techniques such as embroidery, screen printing and natural dying to create her art. Emma works at Nottingham Contemporary as our Visitor Services Retail Supervisor, where she organises our acclaimed seasonal Craft Fairs.