Silk-Screen Printed Pocket Squares

Image Credit: Jo Kidd

The Holburne Museum, Great Pulteney Street, Bath BA2 4DB

01225 388569
enquiries@holburne.org
http://www.holburne.org/events/red-was-your-colour/?instance_id=11090

Saturday 09 December 2017
10.30am-4.30pm
Opening Hours: 10am to 5pm (11am to 5pm Sunday and Bank holidays). Closed 24 to 26 December and 1 January)
Admission Fee: £50 (includes entry to Seurat to Riley: The Art of Perception)
Booking essential
http://www.holburne.org/events/red-was-your-colour/?instance_id=11090

Make a fashion statement this Autumn with an Op Art-inspired pocket square. Explore the art of perception through silk-screen printing with textile designer Jo Kidd, as you create a set of hand-printed pocket squares for yourself, or as a Christmas gift for a friend! Tour our exhibition, Seurat to Riley: The Art of Perception, before learning the techniques of hand-cut paper stencils and silk-screen printing. Students will experiment with silk, cotton and colour.

Please wear old clothes as textile print paste will stain all textiles including leather. Please bring a notepad and pencil, and a cutting ruler if you have one. Craft knives can be borrowed on the day, or bought from the tutor at an additional cost of £6.

Somerset designer maker, Jo Kidd has a Textile degree from Plymouth University. She has exhibited in the UK and currently sells her hand-finished silk squares, shawls and scarves under the label, Urban Chintz, through galleries and contemporary craft shows. Taking inspiration from the urban environment, Jo creates fresh contemporary printed textiles through a process of drawing and photography.

 

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