Fancy Tat have brought their exciting bottle cutting workshop to INTRA, and it’s been going down a storm. In their three hour workshop you can learn and practice Fancy Tat’s tried and tested methods to cut and sand salvaged bottles and make items including glasses or lanterns.
On Sat 8th December, we’ll have a big roomful of original gift ideas for art lovers, a chance to meet the printmakers who work at INTRA, to join in on some printing fun and have a go on the famous tombola. For 20p you might win a printmaking class, or perhaps a tin of potatoes!
One of our favourite artists, and favourite projects, Rikard Osterlund’s photobook ‘Look, I’m wearing all the colours’ previewed as part of the Sick! Living With Invisible Illness exhibition last year to great acclaim, and it encapsulated the project perfectly. To publish the book, Rikard launched a Kickstarter campaign.
On Tuesdays INTRA is buzzing with Karen Verma’s popular glass classes, with intricate fused glass, copper foiling, stained glass and mosaic pieces being created over a series of weeks or months by her students.
An exhibition by Paul Jerome including his linocut, Risograph, collagraph prints and textiles work. Opens Tuesday May 1st, continues until Sunday July 1st 2018
Rikard Österlund has developed a wonderful photographic side to INTRA’s creative offerings, from hosting a Photobook Club, using our workspaces as a location for photo shoots, and to his amazing wet plate collodion portrait sessions – one of the earliest photographic processes.
Sara Wordley aka The Skiving Scholar brings her wonderful silver clay courses to INTRA most months and oh do we love them! This magical substance can be sculpted just like clay, but when it is fired in Sara’s kiln, the binder burns away leaving 99.9% real fine silver! After a whole lot of fun sculpting and some polishing …