Printmaking and Bookbinding
This course will inspire you to learn about and practice textile dyeing techniques includes wrapping, folding, clamping and stitching fabric to create distinctive patterns. This type of patterning can be used with a variety of natural fabrics - wool, silk, cotton, linen and hand made felt. The techniques can be applied to create interior, fashion and art pieces.
Students will learn through observing tutor demonstrations followed by practical experience supported by technical handouts. There will be an emphasis on sharing knowledge and experience through discussion. The tutor will work with students one-to-one and in groups. In order to ensure that you make the best possible progress you will have regular feedback, in a constructive and supportive environment
The course is suitable for complete beginners and those wishing to refresh and practice their skills.
The class is situated on the second floor of the Nancy Seear Building. There is partial disabled access is via a stair lift. Please contact additonal learning support on: 0207 450 1972 or Art & Design Admin on: 0207 450 1934 before enrolling if you have any mobility support needs.
A notebook or sketch book; apron and gloves. Upcycled undyed natural fabrics such as cotton sheets, linen tea towels etc.
There is a range of exciting skills to discover in Textiles, follow @textilesatmorley on instagram for inspiration