Workshops

Teaching is an important part of my creative practice and I offer a range of workshops in my central Edinburgh studio. From beginners workshops to master classes, artist mentoring and private tuition. A teaching fellow at Edinburgh University, I also run workshops for Dovecot Studio, West Dean and Weavers Bazaar. If you would like to discuss organising a workshop for your group, please get in touch.

Introduction to Studio Practice. January – September 2024

Introduction to Studio Practice. January – September 2024

Continued Professional Development for Tapestry Artists This Study Program is now in its 4th year and proving a very popular course for artist who want to further their tapestry skills. Introduction to Studio Practice is a part time study program which offers students...

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Introduction to tapestry weaving. 20th  21st January 2024

Introduction to tapestry weaving. 20th  21st January 2024

Introduction to tapestry weaving. About your course This weekend workshop will introduce you to the basic skills involved in creating a woven tapestry, from warping up a simple frame loom to exploring flat woven techniques, creating shapes, lines and playing with...

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Tapestry Texture.  10th – 11th February 2024  

Tapestry Texture. 10th – 11th February 2024  

Tapestry Texture About your course Explore a range of techniques that can create surface and texture in tapestry weaving. Whether it is in the subtle surfaces created by varying the warp setting and weft thickness, or the richness of tufting, knotting, whipping. You...

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A line in weave. 2nd – 3rd March 2024

A line in weave. 2nd – 3rd March 2024

A line in weave. About your course How can you draw lines and make marks in tapestry weaving? This workshop will teach you how to weave a variety of marks and lines, from clean sharp edges to soft broken lines. A woven line, a floating weft or a line whipped on the...

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Your Tutor

Your Tutor

I trained in the Tapestry Department of Edinburgh College of Art, graduating with a 1st...

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