Workshop Information

As part of our ‘Chain Reaction Exhibition’ we will be providing two jewellery workshops open to the public, if you would like to take part please read the information below.

European Heritage Open Days at St George’s Church Belfast.

Workshop description: Take part in our public collaboration of making a 200 link necklace to celebrate the bicentenary of St.Georges Church during the European Open Heritage Days. The chain represents the extensive journey of the Church and the start of ours. Create your own Experimental jewellery chain to take away.
Jewellery workshop at St George’s Church.
This workshop is open and free to everyone over the age of 10.
Date: Saturday 13th September 2014
Venue: St George’s Church, High Street, Belfast
Time: Workshop lasts 2 hours, 1st session 11am to 1pm 2nd session 1:30pm to 3:30pm.
Booking is essential to reserve a space please email artjewellerynetwork@gmail.com
Or telephone 07518944235

Culture Night Belfast
Come along to Tattoos for Lost Souls where we will be hosting an interactive workshop for all to join in. We will provided non-traditional materials based on the Culture Night theme of Regrowth to make your own piece of jewellery. We will photograph the piece on the person to document everyone’s fantastic creations, then everyone gets to take it home to wear and enjoy it.
Come along and step into our world to experience this fantastic new adventure.
AJN will be exhibiting a selection of the works as a window display at Tattoos for Lost Souls with an interactive workshop. The full exhibition is displayed in St. Georgre’s Church.
Date: Friday 19th September 2014
Venue: Tattoos For Lost Souls, North Street
Time: 17:30 to 20:30

 

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