Venue: Princes Foundation – Trinity Buoy Wharf
Dates: This workshop will run each Saturday for five weeks from Saturday 29th February 2020 until Saturday 28th March 2020
You will gain an understanding of denims place in the fashion industry including the pros and cons of using denim. You learn why we should upcycle denim and elements of design and upcycling including basic pattern cutting. You will make a simple garment or accessory, creating an unique piece with your own design and input. There may be the opportunity to participate in a possible showcase during Fashion Revolution Week.
Creative Dimension Trust tutor Jose Hendo is a fashion designer passionate about sustainability and reducing waste in our world. A graduate of The University of The Arts London College Of Fashion she is based in London and known internationally for her prolific innovation with barkcloth and approach to design.
Transferable Skills and Future Careers
All of our workshops give you a valuable chance to develop a range of transferable skills. This is a great workshop for anyone who is interested in learning some of the skills required for careers in: Architecture, Fashion, Costume Making, Product Design, Fine Art, Art & Design, and Illustration. (to name a few)
This workshop is currently open to all Alumni from The Creative Dimension Trust.
You should be creative and have an interest in the careers listed above, or similar areas such as drawing, painting and fine art. You should also have good hand-eye co-ordination.
In your application you should demonstrate a passion for working with your hands.
You must be able to attend every day of the workshop.
Please be sure that you have read our Eligibility Criteria and Applications section at the bottom of the Workshop page before applying.
Our workshops are fully-funded by generous sponsors. Places are limited, therefore, we recommend you submit your application as early as possible.
If the workshop becomes oversubscribed, we will close the application process early.APPLICATIONS CLOSED