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Lino Printing Workshop for Adults, with Jon Gill
Saturday, 19th May 2018
Learn how to create and print your own unique image using a block of lino. On the day you will cover how to transfer your image to the block, how to cut the block with tools, and how to ink up and print your image using a burnishing method.
£35 (all materials included). Booking and pre-payment essential.
Children's Art Club!
Each month we'll be trying something new, so why not give it a go? The sessions are suitable for 6-12 year-olds (children under 8 must be accompanied by an adult).
£4 per session. Booking essential. A drink and biscuit will be provided!
1.30pm - 3.30pm
Saturday, 06 April - Mask-making
Saturday, 28 April - Leathercraft
Saturday, 26 May - Papier maché
Sister Suffragette - Exhibition
17 February - 15 April 2018
In 1918, the Representation of the People Act gave some women the right to vote. Ten years later, women were finally granted equal voting rights with men.
To commemorate these landmark events, we have raided our collections to find items that reflect the strength, resilience and determination of women in the quest for equality. The display draws on the social history of women’s work from domestic drudgery to emancipation. With the gradual acceptance of women in the workplace during the First World War and the enormous efforts of activists such as the Co-Operative Women’s Guild and the Suffragettes, women won the vote.