Art Space on the Beach Workshops
with Suffolk Libraries
Drop in from 12:00, Cosmic Pirates
Saturday 18 June
Print and Poetry with Sarah Nkugwa
Led by Sarah Nkugwa founder of Pop Print Studio explore an eclectic mix of drop-in creative activities for people of all ages. Try out cyanotype – one of the oldest camera-less photographic processes in the history of photography. Experiment with found poetry – using local newspapers and magazines to creative individual poetry and creative commentary.
Illustrations with Lily Hammond
Led by illustrator Lily Hammond, join Suffolk Libraries as we get messy with paints and help us create a bold and brightly coloured community mural to be displayed at Lowestoft Library after the festival.
Suitable for all abilities, all our workshops are inclusive, accessible, and open to everyone.
Ceramics with Rachel Kurdynowksa
Led by ceramicist Rachel Kurdynowksa, explore simple ceramic techniques, using found tools on the beach, you will create a vessel from clay which you can then decorate with shells and small pebbles.
At the end of the session, you will be invited to either leave your creation as an offering to the sea, or to take home unfired. Any works left, will be placed near the water’s edge to be taken when the tide comes in. An ephemeral exhibition of offerings to the sea.
Suitable for all abilities all our workshops are inclusive, accessible, and open to everyone.
About Lily Hammond
Lily is an illustrator working from her studio in rural Suffolk, having graduated with a first-class honour in illustration. Lily has a real passion for colour and pattern that feeds into her love of interior decor. In addition to her decorative work Lily creates bright portraits, often having inspirational women from minority ethnic backgrounds as her subject focus. Her decision to represent women of colour coupled with need to tell uplifting stories springs from a desire to make inclusive art for the next generation of women like herself.
About Rachel Kurdynowksa
Rachel Kurdynowksa is a Fine Art graduate, ceramicist, and writer. Her work explores the psychological benefits of working with clay.
About Sarah Nkugwa
Sarah Nkugwa aka Pop Print Studio is a Printmaker, Graphic Designer and educator living and working in Suffolk. Sarah’s multi-disciplinary practice spans across drawing, printmaking, and collage, with a specialism in screen printing.