CREATIVE VIRTUAL WORKSHOPS
All our workshop sessions will be conducted over zoom by experienced and talented creative professionals who will inject fun and an element of competition into the activities.
The majority of our workshops will last around 1 - 1 1/2 hours with the exception of block printing sessions which will take up to 2 hours.
Workshop prices are tailored to groups and activities and are available on request.
To note that our workshops are best suited to small teams (maximum of 15) and all materials will be sent out a few days in advance.
Your team will make a hanging kokedama (otherwise known as a Japanese moss ball) - the ultimate small space garden.
Led by Lynne - our lively award winning eco interior designer who might also engage in a bit of team 'plant shaming!'
More fun than it sounds, all your team needs is a 2B pencil, a piece of plain paper and an open mind.
Led by Kate - our fun and funky artist who is passionate about the natural world, your team will come away with a new appreciation for all things botanical.
Working from a series of images or freshly picked flowers or plants, our artist will help your team to create a botanical drawing from scratch.
Have your team create some fantastic patterns using the Japanese art of Shibori dyeing.
Using organic blue indigo, teams will be guided by Kate - our accomplished textiles artist - to replicate this unusual and intricate craft (it might get a little messy) and have some fun!
Bring the outside inside by getting your team to make a mini forest or garden with Lynne - our award winning creative.
Team leaders then have to work out which terrarium belongs to whom or award a prize for the best looking terrarium.
Cyanotype is a photographic printing process that was first discovered in 1842.
Teams will be creating their own Cyanotype prints using plant matter and other imagery, which will be exposed onto specially pre-prepared Cyantoype paper.
The results are stunning as a one off piece of art.
Using air drying clay, teams will create two simple products. Watch and learn how team mates demonstrate their creativity and out of the box thinking.
This activity will be led by Elska - a practicing ceramicist who specialises in illustrative and sculptural work.
Have your team experience sustainability in action.
Our lively and fun award winning eco interior designer will teach teams how to upcycle a picture frame.
Discover more about your team mates by asking them to bring and describe a photo to place inside the frame.
Run by an experienced artist and block printer, this workshop will see teams choose and make their own pattern and then learn how to hand block print the pattern onto a fabric item of their choice e.g. fabric bag, scarf or tea towel.
What will the choice of pattern reveal about your team members?