JQ Festival 2018 – 20-22 July
Jewellery Making Workshops and Demonstrations – Free to participate!
Saturday 21 July – 11am, 1pm, 3pm (Demonstrations all day ad hoc)
Sunday 22 July – 11am, 1pm, 3pm (Demonstrations all day ad hoc)
The JQ Set will be opening up its brand new jewellery studio and school for you to look around, with workshops and demonstrations happening throughout Saturday and Sunday.
Come and join in to learn a little about making jewellery and go home with your own finished piece of simple jewellery! The workshops are around 45 minutes long and will give an introduction to working in metal.
The jewellery making workshops have been designed to be family friendly (supervised children only, 10+ years old) and there is the option to purchase an upgrade from copper to sterling silver for £5 for your take-home piece.
Pop along from 10am on the day to sign up to a workshop – numbers will be limited.
FURTHER INFORMATION (T&C’S)
Please note that when you book a workshop you are agreeing to and are bound by our Terms and Conditions below.
Our workshops over the JQ Festival are suitable for those aged 10 years and over (each child must be supervised by an adult at all times)
Please dress appropriately for a workshop environment, with closed-toed shoes, hair ties, and have removed or secured any loose clothing/jewellery.
We ask our students to conduct themselves in a kind, respectful and considerate manner towards the tutors and the other students. If a student is persistently disruptive, we reserve the right to, at our discretion, ask the student to leave the workshop.
Please get in contact to discuss any disability or medical conditions that may affect you in a workshop environment. Our studio is situated on the ground floor but our facilities and equipment are not fully wheelchair-accessible. Most of our classes require good dexterity and eyesight.
Any student suspected to be under the influence of medications, alcohol or other substances that may affect their ability to operate machinery safely will be asked to leave the workshop immediately for the safety of the whole class.
We have a workshop dog! He might be in another part of the studio whilst classes are happening, and whilst he is a poodle-mix (and supposedly hypo-allergenic) it might not be an appropriate place for someone with asthma/allergies. A number of chemicals are used in the studio (in line with COSHH regulations) so it might not be an appropriate place for someone with extreme sensitivities.
Open Days and Evenings
We will be organising regular open days and evenings for people to visit our workshops and studios – sign up to our Newsletter to keep up to date with what we have going on
We are currently making plans for our next exhibition
Please get in touch if you’d like us to arrange a bespoke event – we can create days for hen dos and work outings, or if you have an idea then just call us for a chat