WORKSHOPS

WORKSHOPS are available to attend on the following days:

Monday 25th July

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Tuesday 26th July

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Wednesday 27th July

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Thursday 28th July

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Friday 29th July

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Monday 1st August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Tuesday 2nd August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Wednesday 3rd August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Thursday 4th August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Friday 5th August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Monday 8th August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Tuesday 9th August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Wednesday 10th August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Thursday 11th August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

Friday 12th August

10 – 12 am

1 – 4 pm

LOCATION: At the shipping containers in the Car park behind Thurlow Street Multi-use Games area at the Junction of Thurlow Street and Inville Road, London SE17.

TO BOOK:
Pop in: Come see us in the car park behind the Thurlow Street MUGA
Email: aylesbury@nhhg.org.uk
Phone: 07826 488 744

DESIGN:

The theme of all of the workshops is ‘Build Your Neighbourhood’. We want you to think about how best you can contribute your own ideas and skills to your community. By working together you will create great items for the Aylesbury Estate.

A typical workshop would include:
– Meeting the other people participating and running the workshop
– Talking about where you live or work or play; what you like, what you don’t like
– Thinking up items that might make those places better
– Designing those items, with the CNC machine in mind

We would then suggest that you return a few days later, once we have had a chance to cut your design out on the CNC machine, so that you can put your design together.

ASSEMBLE:

The machine is whirring into action and we’re in production mode at A&J. Come along to a workshop where you’ll be able to see designs generated over the last few weeks being manufactured.

You’ll help us put them together using nothing more than mallets, elbow grease (and maybe a bit of PVA). We’ll take you through the digital manufacturing process and every attendee will assemble a piece for the project.