Bow, East London
2.5 hour workshop
In this two and a half hour workshop make your own professional looking jewellery and wow your friends, a wonderful gift for you or someone else!
Jesmonite is a fine concrete like material called known for its use as an architectural building material, it has more recently been adopted by artisans to create jewellery, homewares and furniture. Use geometric moulds to create multifaceted chunky beads and bold shaped earrings (can also be a set of brooches) experiment with casting using pigmentation, terrazzo and finishing techniques. Create your own bold statement jewellery set to take home with you.
This class is suitable for anyone new to casting or using jesmonite, even if you have a little experience you will still learn Haidée's unique approach.
Refreshments provided, and there is also a café situated below the studio.
Please note to access the studio there are two flights…
Working within Design and Arts education Haidée is a freelance educator and lecturer working with Museums, galleries, organisations and institutions such as The Design Museum, Bow Arts The Whitechapel Gallery and Chelsea Arts College. She designs bespoke workshops to run alongside exhibition programmes and facilitates handling collection sessions.
Haidée works with Schools, FE&HE, Young Audience & runs CPD programmes, designing, curating and facilitating sessions. She runs regular workshops from her Studio for adults and specialises in creating and facilitating bespoke projects for KS1-5.
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