Sunday 26 September, 1-4pm, in person at Cample
Tuesday 28 September, 6-7.30pm, online
About the workshop
We are delighted to welcome artist Kate Temple back this autumn for a second seasonal ink-making session at Cample
Building on workshops that she led for us in June, in this informal workshop Kate will introduce participants to some simple ink-making processes using seasonally available foraged plant material
The workshop will begin with a short walk to discuss local plants suitable for ink making. The focus will be on making ink together and experimenting with different ways to works with inks, making marks and drawings using simple tools and household modifiers such as salt, bicarb and vinegar
Why not have a go at home? Click the images to download Kate’s recipe cards below ↓
As a follow-up to her June workshops, Kate worked with us on a set of three ink-making ‘recipe’ cards for those who would like to try making their own inks at home
There are three cards – for a raw ink, an evaporated ink and an iron ink
You can download a digital set of those cards by clicking on the images below. If you’d like to receive printed cards, please email us your address we are happy to post a set to you
About Kate Temple
Kate Temple is a visual artist living near Edinburgh. She has an MA in Fine Art from Edinburgh College of Art / Edinburgh University (2003), and an MA in Performance, Design & Practice from Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design (2009).
Kate works with installation, sculpture, ceramics, drawing, painting and performance. She is interested in cross-disciplinary and socially engaged practices and frequently works in collaboration with other artists and non-artists. She also works in art and community engagement, leading and facilitating projects for a range of groups and individuals.
Recent projects include ‘The Salty Cat Walks the Shiny House‘, an Imaginate residency in a primary school focussing on collections and objects, ‘VOLCANO,’ a collaborative performance project about deafness and ‘The Echo Project‘, an ongoing project about the myth of Echo and Narcissus.
Drawing and collecting are regular elements of Kate’s practice. Since lockdown she’s been working with plant material foraged from near her home. She’s been making her own ‘living’ inks; oak gall, acorn cap, elderberry, bramble, rosehip, sloe, gorse, nettle, tulip petal, copper and iron.