Due to factors beyond our control, this event is inaccessible to those with limited mobility. We can record parts of the session if there is a demand. Please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org if you are interested.
Join designer Yemi Awosile for this public mark-making workshop on Thursday 4 July, 1-2.30pm.
Build up a personal narrative using layers of print applied to fabrics. Create your own motifs and labels using graphic patterns and mark-making. Explore ideas through experimental compositions to produce a personal response to surface design.
There will be 3 of these workshops, taking place on 4, 11 and 25 July. These workshops are self-contained so there is no need to attend all 3, and you don’t need to have previous experience or existing skills in printmaking to take part.
Yemi Awosile is an artist living and working in London. Recent projects include collaborations with the De La Warr Pavilion, Tent Rotterdam, Tate Gallery, Contemporary And (C&) magazine, Design Museum, ICA, Crafts Council, and British Council. She trained as a textile designer at the Royal College of Art and Chelsea College of Art. She has taught textile design for a number of years at Loughborough University in the School of the Arts and worked as an artist educator museums and art organisations.