Slow Design School Celebrates an Exciting First Year!

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The Slow Design School has had an amazing first year!  The breadth and depth of work undertaken is exemplary with funding applications, publication and PhD candidacy now underway.  Watch this space for details of our exciting graduate projects from Zoe Burt’s Grow Your Own Fashion to Sarah Marais’s Making & Flourishing:  Crafts Practice as a Means of Building Community Assets, Health & Well-being.

If you’re ready to extend your creative roots into UK and EU soil then this is the place.  Equally, if you’re a teacher looking for inspiration and new knowledge then you’ve come to the right place.  We take your practice to another level of value, complexity and sophistication.

Details of Slow Design School enrolment for Spring 2014 here.

CRAFT AND NEUROLOGICAL EFFECTS – What are the Implications of Craft and Neurological Affect for 2113?


What are the implications of craft and neurological affect for 2113?

This  Saturday’s STG seminar theme for Research, Skills Development and Discussion all focussed on textiles. 

Details and booking   here.

STG Members Ready for Christopher Kane AW2013!

 Thank you to our fab Roger Vivier couture tutor, Eline le Callennec,  for teaching Saturday’s workshop in how to create Christopher Kane’s catwalk look for Autumn/Fall/Winter 2013 with couture couching and more.
As always, we’re ahead of the game with our Skills Development Training and uber-talented members and tutors! Next date for Skills Development Training is August 3rd 2013 for Mountmellick Embroidery White on White with Zoe Powell.
Book early to avoid disappointment!