Kings Lynn Branch Programme

2011/12 Programme

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Kings Lynn Branch 2011-2012 programme

Wednesday Evening Meetings -  7 for 7.30pm – 9.30pm

November 30th 2011 – Prue Dobinson – Paper making from plants
A talk and demonstration about the various aspects of papermaking from plants including the travels she has made to meet and work with other papermakers in the United States, New Zealand, the Philippines, Italy and Korea.

December 14th 2011
Xmas meeting, Sew in Show & Tell

January 25th 2012 – Marion Barnett – Waxing Lyrical
A talk on using was as a resist on paper or fabric and then ways of using it to add interest to textiles, collages or mixed media work

February 29th 2012 – Pauline Wrighton – Sharing Stitch
Pauline will talk about and bring samples of her work and sketch books for a ‘hands on’ shared evening.

March 28th 2012 – Sew-In, Show & Tell

April 25th 2012 – Amanda Greenway – Theatre Costumes
Amanda is a Wardrobe Mistress at the Maddermarket Theatre, Norwich and will talk about and show some of the costumes used at the theatre.

May 30th 2012 – Rose Martin – Silk Painting
A talk and demonstration on silk painting – a journey through colour.

June 27th 2012 – Cate Hadley
A talk on “Synaesthesia” – where a person experiences
sounds such as music or natural sounds found in the landscape as colour and shapes – and the different textile techniques used to express the speaker’s art from original sketches.

July 25th 2012 – Sew-in, Show & Tell

Saturday Workshops – 10am to 4pm

19th November 2011 – Lynda Monk – Creative Surfaces
Create mixed media surfaces using foils, tissue papers, paints, gels & mediums etc to make a variety of postcard sized samples and a hanging or book cover.

April 28th 2012 – Elisabeth Hennessey – Textured Sketchbooks
Elisabeth will be teaching a few sketchbook ideas to be developed into a creative piece of work.

June 16th 2012 – Pauline Verrinder – Bags of Stitch
A lively workshop, create a delightful contemporary bag or two tiny purses using an unusual fabric and hand stitch.

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