top of page


Saturday 6th April 2024

From 10AM To 4PM


Course Fee £30


This is a whole day course cementing the partnership between Aldeburgh Library, Aldeburgh Library Foundation and Aldeburgh Jubilee Hall. There will be six experienced crafters in the following fields:


Lino Printing

Zoe Ansari makes quality hand-carved Lino prints from her home studio in Cambridge. Inspired by a love of nature, Arts and Crafts pattern design, music, folklore, and the endless possibilities of an overactive imagination.   Zoe says; Carving the lino is so satisfying. Making and creating is when I’m at my happiest. It can be a lot of fun.


Introduction to Watercolour Painting

Brenda & Melanie Keable are mother and daughter, talented watercolour artists, inspired by the flora and fauna of our natural world.  They are very experienced at introducing others to the joy that comes from expressing yourself and creating.  No previous knowledge or experience required to attend this workshop which will include ‘painting a sunset landscape’. 



Emi Gordon, born in Japan, developed an interest in western calligraphy and so moved to England to further develop those skills. She studied BA Calligraphy and Bookbinding at Roehampton University, and subsequently was apprenticed in letter cutting at the renowned Cardozo Kindersley Workshop in Cambridge. Currently she is working as an independent letter cutter and occasionally teaching bookbinding.  No experience is needed for the workshop but we will handle needles and a sharpish knife.   Participants will learn how to create a single-section binding, which is the first element of bookbinding.


Wire sculpture

Caro Burberry grew up surrounded by the fields and woodlands of rural Buckinghamshire, and later Suffolk, that provided her with a deep and enduring connection to nature.  A lifelong artist with a strong background in printmaking and drawing, she received a classical training at The Frink School of Figurative Sculpture.  Caro has led specialist creative workshops for over 25 years and will show you how to take a drawing into 3D sculpture and make a dragonfly.

iPad Art

Wendy is an experienced iPad tutor, and practising artist who uses her iPad as a tool to enhance her work; sometimes as a sketch book, other times to manipulate existing work.  *To make the most of this workshop please bring your iPad with Sketchbook already installed (the free version will be fine).

Mary Lamb – Stained Glass & Traditional Leaded Glass

Mary Lamb is a Suffolk glass artist, retired art teacher and priest, who now concentrates on making traditional stained-glass with lead and copper foil, and creating a diverse range of fused glass designs.  Mary studied art and design at Loughborough College of Art, then Cardiff College of Art & Design, Dip AD specialising in ceramics.  After her PGCE at Leicester University Mary began many years of teaching art & design.  The session will provide an introduction and include opportunities to handle the tools.


The day will be divided into two sessions and you will select two crafts in which to receive expert tuition. It is the opportunity to dip into crafts that you may have wanted to try in the relaxed and friendly atmosphere of the Jubilee Hall.


10.00am              Arrival and welcome

10.30am              Session 1 tuition

12.30pm              Lunch, networking with all crafters

1.30pm                Session 2 tuition

3.30pm                Plenary to share experiences

4.00pm                Day ends


Tea/coffee/refreshments will be available through the day from the Jubilee Hall café. You may wish to bring a packed lunch.


Sign up now for the day Booking Form and you will be asked to book specific crafters and pay nearer the time.


Watch this space for further detail and tutor information.

bottom of page