THURS 23 JULY 6-7.30pm // FREE & OPEN TO ALL
With the update of Covid-19 government guidelines requiring the wearing of face coverings on public transport, knowing how to make your own reusable personal protective kit is a handy skill to have at your fingertips. In this online workshop led by Turf studio member Daisy Young, learn how to make your own simple hand-sewn cloth face mask with filter pocket. And make it fashun! We’ll include bonus instructions for how to dye your own fabric.
Sign up by Monday 13th July to be sent a pack of materials you will need for the workshop, along with instructions for dying your fabric at home in advance of the session for those who fancy an extra challenge.
Groundwerk is a monthly series of free practical workshops for artists and creatives wishing to gain the skills to support their practice.
This workshop is free to attend and open to all but booking is necessary, as spaces are limited. It will take place online via Zoom. Once you have booked, you will be sent the link to join the workshop closer to the time.
// ABOUT DAISY YOUNG
Daisy Young is a sculptor who Graduated from Chelsea College of Art in 2017. She was the recipient of the Jonathan Harvey studio award and is now based at Turf Projects . Process and material sit at the core of her practice. Daisy is interested in the life cycle of the objects she makes and what it means to labour over an object with a short material permanence. Daisy finds it difficult to not think about what will happen to the material after she no longer has a use for the object. Where will they end up? To what consequence will this have on the environment? These factors have led Daisy to think of processes and materials she can use that have the ability for multiple life spans.
Images courtesy of the artist