The opportunity to have facilitated Creative Workshops in diverse environments for professional and non-professional artists and craftspeople has led me to the profound understanding that a successful Education “draws forth” that which is latentthis at the core of my projects, creative output and workshops.
Using traditional dyeing techniques these workshops provide ‘hands on’ practical experience in one of the world oldest crafts. The workshops will covers the visual language of textile patterns, the symbolism attached to them and how patterns and symbols can be used to store knowledge.A practical and fun class book for a day or longer. You always take something back with you. Suitable for all ages.
Playing with fire
The origins of beadmaking in Ghana are unknown, but the great majority of powder glass beads produced today is made by Ashanti and Krobo craftsmen and women. Bead making in Ghana was first documented by John Barbot in 1746.Using recycleed bottles and broken class this workshop teaches participant how to create a great variety of styles, designs and decorative pattern beads. Contact