Havelock Walk Open Studios

Talks, Workshops & Performances 14th- 17th May.

Packed program of activities and also art by London Group member Philippa Tunstill.

Tues 14th May – 10am – 4pm
Stool Making Workshop
Come and make a three legged stool from hardwood in a day at no.11 Havelock Walk. Simon McKeown, a furniture maker based on Havelock Walk, will guide you through the process of making your stool using mainly hand tools. The workshop will take place outside Simon’s workshop at no.11 Havelock Walk. Number of participants: 5-8 people (Adult beginners) Cost: £80.
To reserve your place, please send an email to: havelockwalkartsweek@gmail.com

Tues 14th May – 1:30am – 3:30pm
Statement Dressing Workshop
‘Let your clothes do the talking’. Work with language to come up with statements relevant to you and then, using a number of different means, transfer that ‘slogan’ to an item of clothing. To reserve your place, please send an email to: havelockwalkartsweek@gmail.com

Weds 15th May – 11am – 3pm
Cyanotypes Workshop
fh space, 9 Havelock Walk with Ky Lewis and HW fne art photographer Lenka Rayn H. In this workshop you will gain enough hands on experience that you will feel confdent to work on your own with cyanotype materials. It will be fun, surprising and creative, suitable for beginners or those who are more familiar with printmaking/photographic processes. You can bringyour own items to capture and see the many varied results you can get from this medium. Number of participants: 8 (Adults – beginners or those who are more familiar with printmaking/ photographic processes). Cost: £62.42.

Weds 15th May – 10.30am-3pm
Group Painting Crit
Outside at the communal table Havelock Walk or inside at 10, Havelock Walk,
if wet. Group Painting Crit with Havelock Walk fne artist Elizabeth Chisholm. The focus
will be on exposing consistent elements of your work. Please bring 1 WIP +A4 prits of
previous work. Bring a packed lunch. This workshop is FREE but you will need a BA in painting or equivalent to take part. To reserve your place, please send an email to:
havelockwalkartsweek@gmail.com

Weds 15th May & Thursday 16th May 12-2pm & 4-6pm
Badge Making
Outside at the communal table Havelock Walk or inside at fh space, 9 Havelock Walk if wet. Badge Cafe, badge making with HW Artists Tess & Ian. £5 per head includes 2 large badges and 5 small plus refreshments. This is open to everyone (children under 16 must be accompanied by an adult). To reserve your place, please send an email to:
havelockwalkartsweek@gmail.com or just turn up on the day.

Weds 15th May – 7pm
Talk with Liz Atkin
An illustrated talk with Liz Atkin at the fh space, 9 Havelock Walk. For over 20 years, Liz Atkin’s life was dominated by Compulsive Skin Picking, a complex physical and mental disorder which affects as many as 1 in 25. Liz confronted her condition head-on with creativity, and has reimagined the disorder into art and acts of kindness the world over. She is now an advocate for the disorder and an internationally acclaimed artist. Don’t miss this opportunity to hear her remarkable story at Havelock Walk! This talk is free but there are limited places, to reserve yours please email: havelockartsweek@gmail.com

Thurs 16th May – 3pm -7pm
Group Painting Crit
Outside at the communal table Havelock Walk or inside at 10, Havelock Walk, if wet. Group Painting Crit with Havelock Walk fne artist Elizabeth Chisholm. The focus will be on exposing consistent elements of your work. Please bring 1 WIP +A4 prints of previous work. Bring a packed lunch. This workshop is free but you will need a BA in painting or equivalent to take part. To reserve your place, please send an email to: havelockwalkartsweek@gmail.com

Friday 17th May – 7pm
Talk with Rob Lowe aka Supermundane
Talk: Lines Are Human – Havelock Walk based artist Rob Lowe, also as known as
Supermundane, will talk (and sing) at the fh space, 9 Havelock Walk about all things line
related, his varied career, approach to work and thoughts on life. Rob’s work is always infused with his distinctive humour and hyper-colourful imagination. Prolifc in output, with a portfolio spanning over 20 years, his work has been published and exhibited worldwide. This talk is free but there are limited places, to reserve yours please email: havelockartsweek@gmail.com

Havelock Walk Open Studios