Saturday / 10:30-11:30am / URC
Saturday 10am – Sunday 5pm / Lindfield Primary Academy
A fine art and photography exhibition including work from: Alan Spencer Brooks, Andy Walker, Beth Mercer, Brett Hudson, Carlos Vega, Donna Bayfield-Fry, Felicity Cassin, Georgina Moir, Helen Wiggins, Iona Moran, Ivor Ottley, Jasmine Mercer, Jo Hodder, Jo Swannell, Joe Foster, Julia Badakhshan, Julie Wilson, King Pet Portraits, Laura Morgan, Margaret Ruxton, Neil Giles, Nicola Baker, Sally Parkinson, Sarah Jones, Steve McDonald and Sue Pearson.
Saturday / 11:30-1pm / King Edward Hall
The cyanotype photogram process is easy, clean(ish), fast and exciting so they make a great photography project for kids as well as serious artists. Come and join our cyanotype print making drop-in session to learn how and create your own beautiful work of art.
For more information look at Lens Lab’swebsite.
Peter Levenspiel will run this drop in workshop in King Edward Hall’s Library.
Places may be limited with only 4 or 5 workstations. Book in advance to guarantee a time slot.
Making the prints will take about 15 to 45 minutes… Explanation, composition, exposure, processing, and you’re done.
Saturday / 10am-12pm / 53 Greenways, RH16 2DT
Something you have always wanted to do but never had enough time? Why try this adult only workshop with limited numbers to have an opportunity to create something wonderful.
Saturday 22nd at 10am – 12pm at 53 Greenways RH16 2DT
Maximum group size 8. Adults only.
For adults. Each participant will walk away with a framed picture ready for display
• Do you like the idea of being able to paint well, but just don’t know where to start?
• Fancy getting creative for a couple of hours – time for you, no distractions!
• By the end of it you will walk away with a framed piece of art work ready for display to wow your friends and family.
This workshop for adults could be just the thing you’re looking for….an opportunity to gain confidence with a range of materials and uncover your creativity through some tried and tested processes which will fire your imagination.The workshop is part of the Lindfield Arts Festival 2018; and takes place at The Gingerbread Tree Studio — a place where creativity can grow. Sarah is an experienced teacher, who has led many workshops in how to create wonderful, magical art work, for children and adults of all abilities She would like to help you achieve the same.
The session will cover a mix of structured learning, individual feedback, group inspiration and time to bring your art work to life. Tea, coffee and supportive banter provided free.
Saturday / 11:30-12:15 and 1-1:45pm / King Edward Hall
Fantasy Island Family Fun session is a great way for your family to spend quality time together getting creative as a team. Design and create a model of your Fantasy Island.
Recommended for families with children 2-11 years – up to 20 children plus adults
Saturday / 10-4:30pm / High Street
Sarah Gillings is S.o.S, an award-winning multimedia and street artist.
From Disney designer to Street Artist.
S.o.S has been a footwear designer, an advertising agency director and many other creative roles in her life. Her journey into public Arts interactions began humbly hosting an Artists’ Open house, staging public art exhibitions, promoting other artists and finally becoming a professional artist in her own right. Her style of work in the street brings together ideas of branding, marketing, icons and advertisement into her artwork, which often portray women as the central element in the composition. Her Cellograff* interventions also include British wildlife in unexpected settings and this is the type of work that she will be creating for Lindfield’s festival.
*Cellograff is a technique where cellophane is stretched between any available support making paint-ready surfaces. This provides a freedom to create murals in a variety of new locations without the restriction of needing a wall. The translucent nature of the plastic adds a fascinating layer of visual complexity to the mural. S.o.S has been using this technique for the last year.
In 2015 S.o.S was awarded a First Class Honours for a Master of Arts program in Inclusive Arts Practice (IAP). IAP is using art practice for positive social change.
S.o.S won 2 awards in 2015, for a public art design & commission at the Brighthelm Centre and the 2015 BrightSpark Award for innovation and original ideas for inclusive spray-paint workshops. In 2016, S.o.S was offered a place and funding at The School for Social Entrepreneurs to developer spray painting charity.
In 2017 S.o.S founded the UK’s first dedicated spray-painting charity. Raising funds to provide Therapeutic Arts for those disengaged from society.
Saturday / 10-4pm / Tamasha Courtyard
Fun for all ages. There’s sure to be a long queue. Something Lindfield has not seen before and by supporting this activity, YOU will help others to take part in special workshops for disengaged or vulnerable individuals; as we run a not-for-profit format.
Book Now Reserve your space in advance – this is likely to be very busy, and you will be able to go to the front of the queue.
All materials provided plus an artist to guide you- This is an activity for 8 years and above, younger children may attend with a parent present. Adults also enjoy this experience and it’s not just for young people!
‘U CAN Spray CIO’ is the UK’s first dedicated spray-painting charity, we regularly attend festivals and events. We create safe and inspiring pop-up environments for visitors to engage in a spray-painting activity for both experienced artists and ANYONE who hasn’t had the opportunity or skills to try yet.
Saturday / 10:15-11:15am / King Edward Hall
FREE EVENT but limited places Saturday 22nd at 10.15 in the main King Edward Hall.
Learn to make your own flower stick using recycled materials. Jimmy will guide you through the process of making a flower stick using an old bicycle inner tube. At the end of the session you will be able to learn some new flower stick tricks.
Maximum 10 people
THIS EVENT IS NOW CANCELLED
Saturday / 1-2pm / 53 Greenways, RH16 2DT
Saturday 22nd September at 1.00pm – 2.00pm at Gingerbread Studio – 53 Greenways RH16 2DT
- Fancy having fun, and getting messy at the same time?
- Got lots of imagination and love colour?
This 1 hour workshop is the perfect opportunity for children to explore the world of colour with chalk pastels. We look at the differences between ‘hot’ and ‘cold’ colours, then go on to create a large scale flower image which will be framed ready for immediate display.
The workshop is part of the Lindfield Arts Festival 2018; and takes place at The Gingerbread Tree Studio — a place where creativity can grow.
Maximum group size 8. 5-10yrs.
All equipment, frames & refreshments included. £10.
Saturday / 2-4pm / King Edward Hall
Adults only. Max 10 places
Come & learn how easy it is to create your own relief prints. You’ll be taught how to carve 3 handmade prints and print them on to a variety of cards, tags and paper bags.
Book a place on Jo’s Lino Printmaking Workshop where you can create your own lino stamp and print your own your own design onto some cards, envelopes and name tags. It’s a fun and easy way to personalise gifts. Whether you are a beginner or someone who has dabbled in printmaking before and wants a refresher, come let your creative juices flow and print away. Using traditional lino cutting techniques, you will learn how to create your own printing block in this workshop.
Jo Myles is an international award winning print and textile artist. A recent return to art as a full time occupation see Jo developing her passion for yarn and thread through large scale tapestries and interpretation of scale in relief printing. Jo works from both her home studio in Haywards Heath & Brighton institute of print alongside other key Sussex artists. £20.