|What you'll make||Small pewter objects|
|Skills you'll learn||Carving, melting metal, casting|
|Duration||1 x evening, 7 - 9.30pm|
Thursday 1 October, 2020
Price: £55 Book
Spend an evening making small precious objects from pewter. Using a technique that dates back to the Vikings, you will carve into a cuttlefish shell, and pour molten metal into your very own unique mould. You will be shown how to melt the metal Pewter – a malleable metal alloy that has a low melting point. There will be the opportunity to cast two small objects throughout the evening. The course includes access to the metal workshop for finishing techniques.
You can bring along ideas or drawings to carve. Learn this simple metalworking process and create a pendant or a keepsake to take home. Perfect for beginners or those with some experience of metalwork.
6 places available per class.
Our tutor Lauren Wilson is an experienced sculptor and metal fabricator and is a resident member at Blackhorse Workshop.
We are ensuring limited numbers of people on site at all times and carrying out social distancing measures with additional cleaning in place. All of our teachers will receive training in our new rules and we will be making all attendees aware of how to safely take part at the workshop. If you have your own face covering please bring this with you. We will have some disposable masks should you need one. We will not be providing refreshments so please bring your own soft drinks and/or snacks. The cafe will be open on Saturdays but closed on Sundays. If you don’t feel well or need to self-isolate, please don’t come to the workshop but let us know as soon as possible and we can discuss options with you.
Please note that refunds and/or changes to ticket are available up to 7 days before the workshop date.