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Sun Printing Workshop
Sun Printing Workshop

Sat, 31 Aug



Sun Printing Workshop

An opportunity to experiment creating cyanotype prints with pressed flowers and foraged foliage from the gardens.

Time & Location

31 Aug 2024, 11:00 – 12:30

London, Townsend Yard, London N6 5JF, UK

About the event

Join artist and creative facilitator Corrie Wingate for a morning of botanical sun printing, using the cyanotype technique.

Whether you are a total beginner or have created sun prints before, the session offers an inspiring space to create, materials and guidance to produce beautiful cyanotype prints.

Working outdoors (weather permitting), participants will be introduced to the sun printing process and will be offered a variety of leaves, foliage and pressed flowers to work with. Participants will also be encouraged to walk around the gardens and collect some other botanicals to make their unique sun prints, which they will be able to take home.

The workshop is open to any age from 7+ up to 99+

Please note that children under 12 should attend with an adult.

Subsidised Tickets:

We have a few tickets at a subsidised half-price rate. If this workshop is not monetarily accessible to you, please write to us at to avail yourself of a subsidised ticket rate. Subject to availability.

Refund Policy:

These tickets are refundable up to 10 days before the start of the event (21 August) post which they will be non-refundable.

About the host

Corrie Wingate is an artist and arts facilitator based in North London. After traveling across the African continent as a documentary photographer and because of her interest in community arts projects, she founded an Art Centre and artist residency ‘Kids create Kenya’ at a children’s home on Lamu island. Now in its 10th year the art centre is a place where children and young adults can express themselves freely through art. Corrie has been part of the garden and kitchen team at Omved since 2020 and currently facilitates a nature-based art program for young children and adults.

@corriewingate @kidscreatekenya

About OmVed Gardens:

Since 2017, we have been carefully restoring a previously tarmacked land in Highgate Village, north London, to provide a space to explore food, creativity and ecology for health and climate resilience.

We are a community interest company featuring a permaculture garden, a creative zero-waste kitchen and a growing educational, events and exhibition space. Our aims are to realise our deep entwinement with each other and the more-than-human, through thinking around food, gardening and ecological awareness, to improve diversity at all levels (seed, food, species, participation) and to use creativity and nature-led knowledge to help tackle the climate emergency. · @omvedgardens

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