Make and Reuse Creative Workshops: Sculptural Wearable Art & Accessories21 August 2023
Sculptural Wearable Art & Accessories is a free, four-day workshop led by designer Anu Bankole. Over four sessions, learn how to use traditional crafts and innovative techniques to design original pieces of sculptural wearable art and accessories made from unused materials.
11, 12, 13, 14 September 2023, 10am – 5pm
Deadline to register your interest:
3 September 2023, 11.45pm. Register your interest here.
Maxilla Men’s Shed – ACAVA Maxilla Walk Studios, 4 Maxilla Walk, London W10 6NQ
- Design inspiration, development and prototyping
- Adapting used materials, scraps, and off cuts
- Surface design techniques, materials research, curation
- Create a wearable art sculpture piece
Course capacity: 8/10 participants
Register now: Register your interest here.
Please note, priority spaces for the Make and Reuse programme will be offered to the North Kensington community. There are a limited number of spaces on this course, and we will notify you if you have been given a place.
About Make and Reuse Creative Workshops
Make and Reuse Creative Workshops is a new programme of free creative courses to inspire our community of makers to reuse materials, contribute to the circular economy and make their everyday more sustainable, running from ACAVA’s community makerspace Maxilla Men’s Shed. Learn more about the programme here.
About Anu Bankole
Anu Bankole is a product and accessories technician at the London College of Fashion (UAL), and a practicing sustainable product pattern cutter, designer, and maker. Anu seeks out sustainable, innovative practices, and materials to make products and accessories. As a technical, innovative accessories product designer and leather worker, Anu aims to explore and merge traditional techniques with innovative and sustainable concepts and constructions to explore the uniquely artistic aesthetic of a person’s everyday needs and finds efficient accessories and product design solutions that challenge, and effect change within the individual, and the creative industry.