With Rachel Ashcroft
Sat 27 November, 1-5pm – fully booked
Sun 28 November, 1-5pm – fully booked
Takes place at Cample
The workshop is free and suitable for all abilities
No previous experience of woodworking necessary
Join Rachel for this afternoon woodwork session, using reclaimed and drift woods and some simple carpentry techniques. Rachel will demonstrate a number of different techniques in relation to surface texture and joinery. Then you will spend the rest of the session experimenting with the processes in an open-ended way. The outcome might be your own piece of sculpture, or you will have the opportunity to turn your piece into a functional object such as a dried bloom vase or a tea light holder.
Rachel Ashcroft is a woodworker based in Dumfries and Galloway who uses sustainable locally sourced hardwoods to make wooden items ranging from spoons and bowls to shelves and tables. She designs all of her products with a modern aesthetic, taking care to highlight the beauty and quality of the wood used.
We ask that you continue to wear a face covering (unless exempt) when attending one of our in-person workshops, in line with current Scottish Government restrictions, particularly at times when you are moving around the space or between spaces. You are able to remove your face covering when eating or drinking
We are currently booking our indoors workshops at 50-60% capacity, particularly where they involve working at a table, to allow for some distancing.
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