Sleaford’s National Centre for Craft and Design (NCCD) is set to host its first Saturday summer school for children and young people.
The sessions run from this July 25 to August 19, from 11am to 4pm, at a cost of £5 per person (unless otherwise stated). They are:
l Saturday, July 25 - Learn mono-printing techniques to work with images of buildings and architecture. Make your own prints to take away.
l Saturday, August 1 - Help the Serpentine Gallery design a new pavilion and see your designs come to life using a 3D printer.
l Saturday, August 8 - Use relief imagery to build up clay in sheets at this drop-in session to create a textured and detailed image on a tile.
l Saturday, August 15 - Join felt artist Laura Mabbutt to create flowers out of handmade felt at this drop-in workshop.
l Saturday, August 22 - A ‘creative chaos’ craft drop-in session. Pick you craft activity out of the ‘ideas hat’ in a messy day of making.
l Saturday, August 29 - Tell a story of the great outdoors at this drop-in session using printing techniques and collage. Let your imagination weave the pictures into a tale and go home with your own printed story.
For more information on the sessions, find the NCCD, in Carre Street, call 01529 308 715, or visit www. nationalcraftanddesign.org.uk