Salt Dough Sculpture Workshop with Ellie Barrat & NFM
Dates: 27 Jan 2021 - 27 Jan 2021
Have you ever tried something for the first time and discovered an immediate love for the activity you’re involved in?
The National Festival of Making is a unique celebration of UK making, from the factory floor to the kitchen table. It takes place over two festival days with more long running projects staged throughout the course of the year. The festival dominates the streets of Blackburn with artistic experiences shared for all. One artist commissioned from Lancashire based Universities is Ellie Barrett.
Ellie’s main artistic focus is the unique discipline of sculptural practice. She is now developing work made from the product salt dough. This has led her to teach a group for the following practical lesson:-
‘Salt Dough Sculpture Workshop’ - The National Festival of Making and Artist, Ellie Barrett, invites residents of Lancashire to join us on Zoom to make a salt dough sculpture which will be exhibited in Blackburn.
This workshop will take place on Wednesday 27th January 2021 between the hours of 6.30pm - 8.30pm. It will be an online experience. The craft class is open to a total of ten participants. Upon booking you will receive a zoom link within a 24-48 hour period. This will provide you with instructions on how to access it.
Each ticket costs £3 per person. To book tickets you will need to log onto the following website link:-https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/salt-dough-sculpture-workshop-with-ellie-barrett-tickets-135330401875?aff=
Once you have opened this link you will find more information about the following:-
- About the event
- How they’ll be exhibited
- What you will need
- Zoom requirements
- Ticket information
This workshop will allow you to get stuck in and have a go at making your own salt dough sculpture, exploring the creative possibility of the materials you already have in your kitchen. Together, we’ll think about how making sculpture is also a way of shaping our own stories.
^Alex Ashworth CCG Art Blogger