Join our free workshops at Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall to create artwork and decoration for the festival, plus discuss issues around waste, plastics and more. Free and open to the public, this is ideal for families, and involving local artists and community groups.
We have wonderful artists running workshops, including:
Stained glass designer maker, Sharon has been working in glass for over 30 years, having studied Architectural Stained Glass at Swansea. She has worked in studio's throughout the UK, and spent many years at Goddard & Gibbs Studio's London, where she worked as part of a team, on large corporate and ecclesiastical commissions for clients around the world. She now lives in Suffolk and works from her studio to commission on projects for new builds and period homes, carrying out repairs and making new leaded lights. She uses strong colour in her work and enjoys using textured glass as well as traditional mouth-blown glass, creating unique pieces, drawing on inspiration from the rich rural environment surrounding her. She carries out workshops in her studio. http://sharonglass.net
Recycled, reclaimed and reworked! Imogen is a multi-medium artist whose work ranges from paper hat making, pottery, needle felting from hand spun Alpaca and Camel wool, knitting and dress making from re-cycled materials. She has 35 years in teaching Art and Design to adults and children with learning difficulties and has been a professional artist in that time. http://aldeburghstudiotrail.co.uk/imogen-semken/
Join us at Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall