Public Craft Workshops

We run school and community workshops for all ages and abilities, with the aim of giving people a better understanding of the process involved in metalworking. Using the ancient craft of copper repoussé (French meaning; the moving of metal) we can facilitate up to 10 people at a time working with hammers and punches.

As part of our consultation with our public work we provide design and metalwork workshops to engage with the community, giving an opportunity for the public to have a say in the artwork and get hands-on with the medium.
Our workshops are intended to introduce the beginner to the basic stages of metalsmithing to manipulate copper, one of our most malleable metals. We have developed our workshops to suit all ages and abilities. We are fully insured and CRB checked.

With eight years experience of working in schools and community projects, we are able to provide a workshop to suit any groups.

Presentations & Talks

We have increasingly been asked to discuss our working processes with students and groups and how we came to do this type of work. Discussions seem always to be of great interest to the public, as well as up and coming artist sculptors. We are more than happy to provide this, tailored to suit any group of people.

Community Groups

Primary Schools
Secondary Schools
Special Schools (all ages)
Historical groups
Royal Navy
Public drop in workshops
Women’s Institute
Youth Clubs
Memories club
Scouts / Cubs
Arts for Health
General public