Jesmonite Jewellery Workshop | Niamh Duddy
Join maker Niamh Duddy for a practical workshop learning the fundamental basics of jesmonite jewellery production - with the opportunity to create a bespoke item to take home on the day.
Participants will learn how to cast terrazzo effect brooches in various silicon moulds. Design your colour palette, then learn how to mix and add pigment to jesmonite. Finally you will sand and seal your brooch to make a wearable piece! You will produce 1-3 different brooches during the workshop.
Jesmonite is a composite material invented in the UK in 1984 by Peter Hawkins. Jesmonite is a sustainable material, often likened to ceramic or concrete. Moulds or casts are often used in the process of jewellery production.
This workshop is for beginners and all materials will be provided.
About Niamh Duddy
Naimh studied Silversmithing, Goldsmithing and Jewellery at the University of Creative Arts (UCA) Rochester, Kent. Her work has been exhibited as part of the Jane Phillips Award Graduate Showcase at Mission Gallery, Swansea and she held a participatory event with Craftspace In:site in Birmingham, after showing work at New Designers 2019 at the Islington Business Centre.
Niamh’s work is currently on show as part of the exhibition Keeping the Piece - a graduate showcase in Aspex’s Craft Space.
The event will take place on Sunday 17 November (13.00 - 16.00hrs).
Spaces on this workshop cost just £30.00 per person. Concessionary tickets are available (priced at £25.00) for Aspex Artist Associates, Volunteers & Students.
You can book your tickets Here.
Eventbrite booking includes an online fee. Please note that bookings will not be refunded within 24 hours of the workshop.
If you have any enquiries, please contact:
T: +44 (0)23 9277 8080