Doughlicious: Dough Day

To celebrate Sourdough September, the Doughlicious Bread Club are hosting Dough Day – a full day workshop from 10am until 4.30pm on Sunday 29th September.
During the workshop people will be able to make dough to take home for baking, sharing processes, knowledge and tips to get you started or improve your skills. Everyone is welcome.
There will be a pot luck lunch, so please bring some simple food, and there will be plenty of tea and coffee available by donations.
Doughlicous will supply the flour, starter and salt. Participants will need to bring their bowl to mix their dough, and a banneton (if you have one, or improvise with a loaf tin or a bowl and line it with a tea towel). 
Booking is essential, please contact Liz Grieves via the Facebook link here before Friday, 27th September.

Doughlicious: Dough Day

To celebrate Sourdough September, the Doughlicious Bread Club are hosting Dough Day – a full day workshop from 10am until 4.30pm on Sunday 29th September.

During the workshop people will be able to make dough to take home for baking, sharing processes, knowledge and tips to get you started or improve your skills. Everyone is welcome.

There will be a pot luck lunch, so please bring some simple food, and there will be plenty of tea and coffee available by donations.

Doughlicous will supply the flour, starter and salt. Participants will need to bring their bowl to mix their dough, and a banneton (if you have one, or improvise with a loaf tin or a bowl and line it with a tea towel). 

Booking is essential, please contact Liz Grieves via the Facebook link here before Friday, 27th September.

Blueprint100: Drawing Queer

A playful enquiry examining and deconstructing gender stereotypes through drawing, discussion and theatre. Ran by artist Tilly Gifford and suitable to all genders, we will create drawings from clothed models. The day will be ran with drawing exercises, and playful compositions, culminating with participant taking turns to set-up a pose as an art director and pose themselves, to get the experience being closely observed.

We sit and explore questions:
What is heteronormativity?
What are the attributes considered masculine? Considered feminine?
What does LGBTQIA+ mean?
What does cis gender mean?

Believing that gender is a vast spectrum and not just binary of male/ female, we consider and challenge the limitations of our current gender stereotypes in hope of envisioning a better future which allows more gender expression.

As well as getting tuition in technical life-drawing looking at tone and line, we will also use physical theatre techniques, analyse (and laugh at) magazine adverts, and use costume props with music, to create our final drawings.

The essence of this is taken to our drawings: to observe without assumption. From those new to drawing to confident artists, the resulting drawings are powerful and touching.

£2.50 for under 30s and £5 for over. This event is ticketed. If you cannot attend the entirety of this 2 day event please email claire@blueprint.com to enquire about dropping in for a shorter time. Sign up below:
(Eventbrite link)

Blueprint100: Drawing Queer

A playful enquiry examining and deconstructing gender stereotypes through drawing, discussion and theatre. Ran by artist Tilly Gifford and suitable to all genders, we will create drawings from clothed models. The day will be ran with drawing exercises, and playful compositions, culminating with participant taking turns to set-up a pose as an art director and pose themselves, to get the experience being closely observed.
We sit and explore questions:
What is heteronormativity?
What are the attributes considered masculine? Considered feminine?
What does LGBTQIA+ mean?
What does cis gender mean?
Believing that gender is a vast spectrum and not just binary of male/ female, we consider and challenge the limitations of our current gender stereotypes in hope of envisioning a better future which allows more gender expression.
As well as getting tuition in technical life-drawing looking at tone and line, we will also use physical theatre techniques, analyse (and laugh at) magazine adverts, and use costume props with music, to create our final drawings.
The essence of this is taken to our drawings: to observe without assumption. From those new to drawing to confident artists, the resulting drawings are powerful and touching.
£2.50 for under 30s and £5 for over. This event is ticketed. If you cannot attend the entirety of this 2 day event please email claire@blueprint.com to enquire about dropping in for a shorter time. Sign up below:
(Eventbrite link)

Blueprint100: Drawing Queer

A playful enquiry examining and deconstructing gender stereotypes through drawing, discussion and theatre. Ran by artist Tilly Gifford and suitable to all genders, we will create drawings from clothed models. The day will be ran with drawing exercises, and playful compositions, culminating with participant taking turns to set-up a pose as an art director and pose themselves, to get the experience being closely observed.
We sit and explore questions:
What is heteronormativity?
What are the attributes considered masculine? Considered feminine?
What does LGBTQIA+ mean?
What does cis gender mean?
Believing that gender is a vast spectrum and not just binary of male/ female, we consider and challenge the limitations of our current gender stereotypes in hope of envisioning a better future which allows more gender expression.
As well as getting tuition in technical life-drawing looking at tone and line, we will also use physical theatre techniques, analyse (and laugh at) magazine adverts, and use costume props with music, to create our final drawings.
The essence of this is taken to our drawings: to observe without assumption. From those new to drawing to confident artists, the resulting drawings are powerful and touching.
£2.50 for under 30s and £5 for over. This event is ticketed. If you cannot attend the entirety of this 2 day event please email claire@blueprint.com to enquire about dropping in for a shorter time. Sign up below:
(Eventbrite link)

Blueprint100: Drawing Queer

A playful enquiry examining and deconstructing gender stereotypes through drawing, discussion and theatre. Ran by artist Tilly Gifford and suitable to all genders, we will create drawings from clothed models. The day will be ran with drawing exercises, and playful compositions, culminating with participant taking turns to set-up a pose as an art director and pose themselves, to get the experience being closely observed.
We sit and explore questions:
What is heteronormativity?
What are the attributes considered masculine? Considered feminine?
What does LGBTQIA+ mean?
What does cis gender mean?
Believing that gender is a vast spectrum and not just binary of male/ female, we consider and challenge the limitations of our current gender stereotypes in hope of envisioning a better future which allows more gender expression.
As well as getting tuition in technical life-drawing looking at tone and line, we will also use physical theatre techniques, analyse (and laugh at) magazine adverts, and use costume props with music, to create our final drawings.
The essence of this is taken to our drawings: to observe without assumption. From those new to drawing to confident artists, the resulting drawings are powerful and touching.
£2.50 for under 30s and £5 for over. This event is ticketed. If you cannot attend the entirety of this 2 day event please email claire@blueprint.com to enquire about dropping in for a shorter time. Sign up below:
(Eventbrite link)

Blueprint100: Drawing Queer

A playful enquiry examining and deconstructing gender stereotypes through drawing, discussion and theatre. Ran by artist Tilly Gifford and suitable to all genders, we will create drawings from clothed models. The day will be ran with drawing exercises, and playful compositions, culminating with participant taking turns to set-up a pose as an art director and pose themselves, to get the experience being closely observed.
We sit and explore questions:
What is heteronormativity?
What are the attributes considered masculine? Considered feminine?
What does LGBTQIA+ mean?
What does cis gender mean?
Believing that gender is a vast spectrum and not just binary of male/ female, we consider and challenge the limitations of our current gender stereotypes in hope of envisioning a better future which allows more gender expression.
As well as getting tuition in technical life-drawing looking at tone and line, we will also use physical theatre techniques, analyse (and laugh at) magazine adverts, and use costume props with music, to create our final drawings.
The essence of this is taken to our drawings: to observe without assumption. From those new to drawing to confident artists, the resulting drawings are powerful and touching.
£2.50 for under 30s and £5 for over. This event is ticketed. If you cannot attend the entirety of this 2 day event please email claire@blueprint.com to enquire about dropping in for a shorter time. Sign up below:
(Eventbrite link)

Blueprint100: Drawing Queer

A playful enquiry examining and deconstructing gender stereotypes through drawing, discussion and theatre. Ran by artist Tilly Gifford and suitable to all genders, we will create drawings from clothed models. The day will be ran with drawing exercises, and playful compositions, culminating with participant taking turns to set-up a pose as an art director and pose themselves, to get the experience being closely observed.
We sit and explore questions:
What is heteronormativity?
What are the attributes considered masculine? Considered feminine?
What does LGBTQIA+ mean?
What does cis gender mean?
Believing that gender is a vast spectrum and not just binary of male/ female, we consider and challenge the limitations of our current gender stereotypes in hope of envisioning a better future which allows more gender expression.
As well as getting tuition in technical life-drawing looking at tone and line, we will also use physical theatre techniques, analyse (and laugh at) magazine adverts, and use costume props with music, to create our final drawings.
The essence of this is taken to our drawings: to observe without assumption. From those new to drawing to confident artists, the resulting drawings are powerful and touching.
£2.50 for under 30s and £5 for over. This event is ticketed. If you cannot attend the entirety of this 2 day event please email claire@blueprint.com to enquire about dropping in for a shorter time. Sign up below:
(Eventbrite link)

Blueprint100: Drawing Queer

A playful enquiry examining and deconstructing gender stereotypes through drawing, discussion and theatre. Ran by artist Tilly Gifford and suitable to all genders, we will create drawings from clothed models. The day will be ran with drawing exercises, and playful compositions, culminating with participant taking turns to set-up a pose as an art director and pose themselves, to get the experience being closely observed.
We sit and explore questions:
What is heteronormativity?
What are the attributes considered masculine? Considered feminine?
What does LGBTQIA+ mean?
What does cis gender mean?
Believing that gender is a vast spectrum and not just binary of male/ female, we consider and challenge the limitations of our current gender stereotypes in hope of envisioning a better future which allows more gender expression.
As well as getting tuition in technical life-drawing looking at tone and line, we will also use physical theatre techniques, analyse (and laugh at) magazine adverts, and use costume props with music, to create our final drawings.
The essence of this is taken to our drawings: to observe without assumption. From those new to drawing to confident artists, the resulting drawings are powerful and touching.
£2.50 for under 30s and £5 for over. This event is ticketed. If you cannot attend the entirety of this 2 day event please email claire@blueprint.com to enquire about dropping in for a shorter time. Sign up below:
(Eventbrite link)

Blueprint100: Drawing Queer

A playful enquiry examining and deconstructing gender stereotypes through drawing, discussion and theatre. Ran by artist Tilly Gifford and suitable to all genders, we will create drawings from clothed models. The day will be ran with drawing exercises, and playful compositions, culminating with participant taking turns to set-up a pose as an art director and pose themselves, to get the experience being closely observed.
We sit and explore questions:
What is heteronormativity?
What are the attributes considered masculine? Considered feminine?
What does LGBTQIA+ mean?
What does cis gender mean?
Believing that gender is a vast spectrum and not just binary of male/ female, we consider and challenge the limitations of our current gender stereotypes in hope of envisioning a better future which allows more gender expression.
As well as getting tuition in technical life-drawing looking at tone and line, we will also use physical theatre techniques, analyse (and laugh at) magazine adverts, and use costume props with music, to create our final drawings.
The essence of this is taken to our drawings: to observe without assumption. From those new to drawing to confident artists, the resulting drawings are powerful and touching.
£2.50 for under 30s and £5 for over. This event is ticketed. If you cannot attend the entirety of this 2 day event please email claire@blueprint.com to enquire about dropping in for a shorter time. Sign up below:
(Eventbrite link)