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Old Market Manor C.I.C - Jewellery Studio

JEWELLERY STUDIOS AT OLD MARKET MANOR - BENCH SPACE AVAILABLE

2 x Full Time Benches 

1 x Part Time Bench

 

DESIGN – CREATE – COLLABORATE

Old Market Manor provides membership for an affordable solution for those who require workshop or studio space. It gives designer makers access to temporary and permanent bench spaces. It also accommodates people looking for longer term space for them to incubate their business in an inspiring creative venue.

The facility offers a joinery and furniture making workshop, with all the machines and equipment found in commercial business, as well as metal fabrication. We also house a jewellery studio; this is a shared studio space that has shared equipment.

 

THE JEWELLERY STUDIOS

The jewellery studio houses 4 jewellers on a membership basis. They each have a dedicated bench space and shelves for them to use. There is shared access to tools and machinery as well as work benches. Option of using storage and display space is also available.

The jewellery members also have their own set of keys to the studio and building.

There is larger equipment in the studio for the jewellers to use, including: a rolling mill, a heavy vice, a hearth area with torches, a pickle pot, a mini barrel polisher, a pendant motor and hand tools including a mitre jig and a disc cutter. There is also a safe to keep precious metals and stones.

 

BECOMING A MEMBER


FULL TIME RATES

Rent: £130 pcm / £1,560 p/a

Tool Share: £30 p/a

Deposit (rent and keys): £160

PART TIME RATES

Rent: £75 pcm / £900 p/a

Tool Share: £30 p/a

Deposit (rent and keys): £105

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Creativity Works: How can we maintain our practice as socially-engaged artists? (Virtual Course)

Thu, 15/10/2020 - Thu, 22/10/2020

Join participatory artist and illustrator Ellie Shipman to explore the question: 'How can we maintain our practice as socially-engaged artists?' in this participatory virtual workshop over two sessions. 

Ellie will present her experience from her own socially-engaged practice, as well as sharing examples of new social practice springing up in response to COVID-19 and other remote participatory art projects to inspire and intrigue.

WHAT WILL I LEAVE WITH// 

You will be invited to connect and create together through a live workshop challenge to develop your own (hypothetical) social project proposal in between the two workshops, and receive feedback and support from Ellie and fellow participants in the second session. 

The proposal will be yours to develop into a real project if you wish, or to act as a test bed to flesh out some new creative ideas.

WHO’S IT FOR// 

This session is for artists interested in or already working with social practice, participatory and / or community projects. 

THE FACILITATOR// 

Ellie Shipman is a participatory artist and illustrator living in Bristol and working across the UK and internationally. Find out more at: www.eleanorshipman.com 

Should you have any questions please get in contact with Stacey via stacey@creativityworks.org.uk.

About this Event

At this difficult time we understand that you may not be able to pay full price for these sessions so to make them accessible all our online event tickets are now 'Pay What You Can'.

Suggested pricing (should you be able to afford it) is: £40 full price / £20 student and for those on benefits or currently out of work please make a donation of whatever you can afford.

Session 1: Thursday 15th October, 10 - 11.30 am / Session 2: Thursday 22nd October, 10 - 11.30 am.

Book your place via Eventbrite. [Your ticket gives you access to both workshop sessions]

FEEDBACK FROM THE PREVIOUS WORKSHOP// 

"It had a great mix of activity and created a great atmosphere of connection for an online workshop. It was enjoyable as well as useful, and a great space to network too."

"Thank you Ellie, Creativity Works and all! That was really inspiring"

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