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Ards Crafts Meet the Maker 2014Exhibitions
Ards Crafts have launched 'Meet the Maker' 2014 - offering you a month-by-month opportunity to meet with Ards-based makers through a packed programme of exhibitions, talks and demonstrations. The programme opens with 'Ebb Tide' an exhibition by glass artist Rosemary McMillen (1-29 March). All 'Meet the Maker' events take place in Ards Crafts, Newtownards.
Drawing Moves to MakingExhibitions
R-Space Gallery, Lisburn, is presenting the work of international artist, jeweller and choreographer, Sarah Warsop, in the forthcoming exhibition - including artist talk and workshop for makers - which takes place at the gallery from the 15th of March (preview opening from 2-4pm) until the 12th of April.
Craft Activities at HillmountWorkshops
Hillmount (Garden Centres) in Belfast and Bangor are offering craft activities and demonstrations as part of their Spring programme of events.
Spring Craft Workshops in LimavadyWorkshops
The Roe Valley Arts & Cultural Centre, Limavady has a host of great courses available for adults this Spring including workshops with glass designer Natasha Duddy and Louise McLean, Atlantic Crafts. Courses need to be booked in advance.
Felt Making Workshops with Jacki SleatorWorkshops
Would you like to try out, or improve your felt making skills? Jacki Sleator is holding a series of workshops in centres across Northern Ireland from February to May. Workshops are suitable for beginners or those with some experience. All workshops take place on Saturdays (10am-4pm). Advance booking is required.
Learn to Make Handstitched Leather Goods: Spring 2014Workshops
The Journeyman Saddler is running a two-day course each month between February and April, for those who want to learn the basic techniques to produce hand-stitched leather items and have little or no previous experience. The weekend courses take place in Newry.
Searching for Craft Workshops?Workshops
Would you like to take up, or improve on your craft skills? Local authority arts centres and other cultural venues across Northern Ireland often run workshop programmes giving members of the public the opportunity to work with established makers during term time. Online search facilities, like Art Take Part, can help you to find what you are looking for.