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by Dawn Dupree

Saturday 22 January 2011

Primary INSET Days 2011

Dawn Dupree - screen printed textiles
Learn new skills, explore curriculum themes, develop new schemes of work.

Places are limited.
Cost: £75 (per individual per day for schools)
Concessions: £35 (for PGCE Trainees & self-funded individuals)
Times: 10am - 4pm (Please bring your own lunch)

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.

Venue: Oxford Brookes University,
Westminster Institute of Education,
Harcourt Hill Campus,
Oxford, OX2 9AU

Event supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation





by Micheal Brennand Wood

Saturday 5 February 2011

INSET Days 2011

Michael Brennand-Wood - experimental textiles
Learn new skills, explore curriculum themes, develop new schemes of work.

Places are limited.
Cost: £75 (per individual per day for schools)
Concessions: £35 (for PGCE Trainees & self-funded individuals)
Times: 10am - 4pm (Please bring your own lunch)

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.

Venue: University of Greenwich
Avery Hill Campus, Mansion Site,
Bexley Road, London, SE9 2PQ

Event supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation





dad and child getting creative

Saturday 12 February 2011

Free hands-on craft workshops with artist Flora Gare for dads and children under 6

Venue: Pebbles Children's Centre,
Popley Fields Community Centre, Carpenters Down
Basingstoke Hampshire RG24 9AE

Supported by: Hampshire County Council





by Cathy Mills

Saturday 12 February 2011

INSET Days 2011

Cathy Miles - drawing and sculpture with wire
Learn new skills, explore curriculum themes, develop new schemes of work.

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet and be inspired by some of the UK's leading artists, designers and makers. Hear about their work, their ideas and how their practice could lead to new approaches to teaching and learning within art and design.

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.

Venue: Liverpool John Moores University
I M Marsh Campus, Barkhill Road,
Aigburth, Liverpool, L17 6BD





by Richard Phethean

Saturday 19 February 2011

Primary INSET Days 2011

Richard Phethean - introduction to pottery
Learn new skills, explore curriculum themes, develop new schemes of work.

Places are limited.
Cost: £75 (per individual per day for schools)
Concessions: £35 (for PGCE Trainees & self-funded individuals)
Times: 10am - 4pm (Please bring your own lunch)

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.

Venue: Oxford Brookes University,
Westminster Institute of Education,
Harcourt Hill Campus, Oxford, OX2 9AU

Event supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation





dad and child getting creative

Thursday 24 February 2011

Free hands-on craft workshops with artist Flora Gare for dads and children under 6

Venue: Pebbles Children's Centre,
Popley Fields Community Centre, Carpenters Down
Basingstoke Hampshire RG24 9AE

Supported by: Hampshire County Council





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Thursday 24 February 2011

Free hands-on craft workshops with artist Sue Riley for parents and children under 6

Venue: Tree Tops Children's Centre, Readon Close,
Petersfield GU31 4BN

Supported by: Hampshire County Council





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Thursday 24 February 2011

Free hands-on craft workshops with artist Jo Carter for parents and children under 6

Venue: Hillside Children's Centre, Bluewood Centre, Readon Close,
Petersfield, Hampshire GU31 4AN

Supported by: Hampshire County Council





by Stephen Dixon

Saturday 5 March 2011

INSET Days 2011

Stephen Dixon - new approaches to ceramics
Learn new skills, explore curriculum themes, develop new schemes of work.

Places are limited.
Cost: £75 (per individual per day for schools)
Concessions: £35 (for PGCE Trainees & self-funded individuals)
Times: 10am- 4pm (Please bring your own lunch)

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.

Venue: University of Greenwich
Avery Hill Campus, Mansion Site,
Bexley Road, London, SE9 2PQ

Event supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation





Odyssey by Alice Kettle

Saturday 12 March 2011

INSET Days 2011

Alice Kettle - exploring stitched textiles
Learn new skills, explore curriculum themes, develop new schemes of work.

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet and be inspired by some of the UK's leading artists, designers and makers. Hear about their work, their ideas and how their practice could lead to new approaches to teaching and learning within art and design.

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.

Venue: Liverpool John Moores University
I M Marsh Campus, Barkhill Road,
Aigburth, Liverpool, L17 6BD





by Sue Riley

Saturday 26 March 2011

Primary INSET Days 2011

Sue Riley - recycled fashion and accessories
Learn new skills, explore curriculum themes, develop new schemes of work. Places are limited.

Cost: £75 (per individual per day for schools)
Concessions: £35 (for PGCE Trainees & self-funded individuals)
Times: 10am- 4pm (Please bring your own lunch)

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.


Venue: Oxford Brookes University,
Westminster Institute of Education,
Harcourt Hill Campus, Oxford, OX2 9AU

Event supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation





by Stephen Dixon

Saturday 14 May 2011

INSET Days 2011

Stephen Dixon - new approaches to ceramics
Learn new skills, explore curriculum themes, develop new schemes of work.

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet and be inspired by some of the UK's leading artists, designers and makers. Hear about their work, their ideas and how their practice could lead to new approaches to teaching and learning within art and design.

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.

To book your place click here

Venue: Liverpool John Moores University
I M Marsh Campus, Barkhill Road,
Aigburth, Liverpool, L17 6BD





object by Lin Cheung

Saturday 4 June 2011

INSET Days 2011

Lin Cheung - introduction to contemporary jewellery

Lin will be talking about her own practice and encouraging participants to design and make their own pieces using cuttle fish casting techniques in pewter.

This is a fantastic opportunity to meet and be inspired by some of the UK's leading artists, designers and makers. Hear about their work, their ideas and how their practice could lead to new approaches to teaching and learning within art and design.

Places are limited.

Cost: £75 (per individual per day for schools)
Concessions: £35 (for PGCE Trainees & self-funded individuals)
Times: 10am- 4pm (Please bring your own lunch)

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.

To book your place click here

Venue: Oxford Brookes University,
Westminster Institute of Education,
Harcourt Hill Campus, Oxford, OX2 9AU

Event supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation





by Celia Smith

Saturday 18 June 2011

Primary INSET Days 2011

Celia Smith - outdoor bird & animal sculpture in wire
Learn new skills, explore curriculum themes, develop new schemes of work.

Places are limited.
Cost: £75 (per individual per day for schools)
Concessions: £35 (for PGCE Trainees & self-funded individuals)
Times: 10am- 4pm (Please bring your own lunch)

Skills in The Making provides a valuable resource for trainees, teachers, mentors, researchers, professionals and students of contemporary craft and design.

To book your place click here

Venue: Oxford Brookes University,
Westminster Institute of Education,
Harcourt Hill Campus, Oxford, OX2 9AU

Event supported by The Paul Hamlyn Foundation



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