Tea & Create 1: Photo-Embroidery

Come join Clapham Park Creative Co-op in this free workshop and learn photo-embroidery creating new artworks out of black and white photographs.

We will be embroidering photographs of the buildings in Clapham Park Estate that have come down as part of the regeneration and the collection will be exhibited together as one piece at our final exhibition. You will also get some supplies to do it at home. Developed by photographer Marcia Chandra and textile artist Sonia Tuttiet (East London Textile Arts).

About Tea & Create_ Every last Saturday of the month we will be getting together with Clapham Park neighbours (in person or from home) to make something creative together. Each month we will produce a new collaborative ‘artwork’ that tells a story about Clapham Park.

DETAILS

WHEN_ Three options to participate:

  • Saturday 26 September 2020, 11am to 1pm
  • Tuesday 29 September 2020, 11am to 1pm
  • At home We’ll bring you an ‘Art Kit’ and pick it up when you’re finished! Please note that home Art Kits are only available for Clapham Park area neighbours.

WHERE_ Clapham Park Cube, 116 Kings Ave, SW4 8DF map

WHO_ 10 spaces per in-person workshop (split into two groups of 5). All are welcome, however, the first 5 spots are reserved for Clapham Park Estate residents. Home Art Kits are only available for Clapham Park area neighbours at this time. All ages welcome (children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult).

COST_ Free!

BOOK ONLINE Or by phone 07715060091

HEALTH & SAFETY_ Note that we will be using sewing needles so care must be taken (but even children can do it with supervision!). In order to help with following Covid-19 guidelines, we require everyone to pre-register and provide track & trace details. Our full guidance on how we are keeping the workshops Covid-secure can be read here.

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