PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS

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PREVIOUS WORKSHOPS

2017: ETCHING – LONDON

City & Guilds of London Art School, London , 14th October - 25th November 2017
Over six Saturdays during term time, students learned new etching techniques, creating beautiful designs.

2017: JEWELLERY MAKING – LONDON

Goldsmiths' Centre, London, 7th-11th August 2017
CDT students explored a wide range of techniques and created a variety of work from a single brief. See photos

2017: LEATHER WORKING – NOTTINGHAM

Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham, 7th-11th August 2017
Students used traditional techniques to make handbags, belts, purses, and handles.

2017: GILDING – CAMBRIDGE

The Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge University, Cambridge, 7th-11th August 2017
CDT students produced high-quality results in both water and oil gilding. See photos

2017: WOOD CARVING – STRATFORD

Building Crafts' College, Stratford, 31st-4th August 2017
Pupils created carvings of their initials in a graffiti style. See photos

2017: STONEWORKING – LONDON

Building Crafts' College, Stratford, London, 31st July - 4th August 2017
Students created beautiful stonework pieces, detailed with intricate designs. See photos

2017: HOT GLASS – SUNDERLAND

National Glass Centre, Sunderland, 24-28th July 2017
Twelve pupils learned traditional and contemporary glass blowing techniques. See photos

2017: LOCKSMITHING, UPHOLSTERY & MARQUETRY – LONDON

Buckingham Palace, London, 24th - 28th July 2017
Four CDT students learned a range of skills at this one day event at the Palace. See photos

2017 GILDING & VERRE ÉGLOMISÉ – LONDON

City & Guilds of London Art School, London , 24-28th July 2017
CDT students learned the French technique of verre églomisé; a process of applying a design and gilding it onto the rear face of glass to produce a mirror finish.  See photos

2017: ETCHING – LONDON

City & Guilds of London Art School, London , 18th February - 25th March 2017
CDT students spent six Saturdays during term time learning about traditional and contemporary etching techniques. See photos