The Devon Guild of Craftsmen and the Centre for Enamel Research (there is such a place?) at the University of the West of England, have pooled their resources to offer 10 free places (usually cost £120 each) on two enamel workshops.
The first workshop takes place on Tuesday, January 19, and is for arts professionals – which means curators, writers, advisers, teachers, and so on. And the second is for full or part time contemporary craft makers, on Wednesday, January 20.
The workshops will cover contemporary techniques, production, presentation and ‘sand-pit’ session, and are available for applicants (arts professionals or contemporary craft makers) based in the South West region (Devon, Dorset, Cornwall, Gloucestershire, Somerset & Wiltshire) with no previous knowledge of enamel.
The enamel worskshops will be led by Elizabeth Turrell at The Enamel Research Centre, Bower Ashton Campus, Bristol, between 9am and 5pm.
To apply email firstname.lastname@example.org for booking form, indicating whether you’re an arts professional or practitioner by Friday, December 18.
Successful applicants will be notified by Tuesday, January 5.
(image: UWE enamel workshop)
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