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Marbling

In this fast-paced and energetic course, students were guided through a variety of different marbling techniques, gradually building up their technical skill. They learnt Japanese suminagashi and traditional combed patterns, as well as expressive swirls and modern wave techniques....

Wood Turning

In this workshop, held at the Building Crafts College in London, students worked with wood to create beautiful objects. ...

Stone Carving

In this workshop, held at the Building Crafts College in London, students worked with renowned stone carver, Nancy Peskett, to produce wonderful stone carved pieces. ...

Gilding on Textiles

During this online workshop, students learnt how to fuse metal foil and gild gold leaf onto textiles. Students had the opportunity to fuse metal foil and gild gold leaf onto their own objects during the week. ...

From Dream to Product

During this multidisciplinary four day workshop, Students made perspex candlesticks which were used as part of the window display at Fortnum & Mason in September 2021. ...

Architectural Model Making

Three lucky students had the opportunity to learn the art of Architectural modelling in an exciting and creative environment, with uninterrupted guidance from one of Allford Hall Monaghan Morris’ senior in-house model makers....

Geometry of Structure

Over a packed 3 days, using a variety of materials, students made an array of 3-dimensional static and kinetic structures. Including spherical models and a full-size bamboo tetrahedron and geodesic dome....

Backdrop for Window Display

In this workshop, students worked together to create a dramatic sky, which will be used as the backdrop for a window display at a famous store in Piccadilly, London. They learned how to create sky effects in acrylic, and discussed the practicalities of making work...

Enamelling and Flower Making with Metal

For this workshop students were taught techniques including shaping, bending, hammering, sawing, soldering, texturing and enamelling. Materials used included silver, copper and brass. Enamel is a material made by fusing powdered glass to a substrate by firing, usually between 750 and 850 °C. The powder melts,...

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