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The Inside Out Kitchen

Heritage Craft Workshops with young people from Milton Keynes
January 2017 – July 2017

Milton Keynes Arts Centre invited students from Stantonbury Campus, Two Mile Ash School, Denbigh School and The Walnuts School to participate in a six-month collaborative heritage craft project with artisan designers and makers; Rob Shaer, Blackhorse Workshops, Abigail Booth and Max Bainbridge, Forest + Found, Felicity Irons, Rush Matters and Alissa Pemberton, Forest & Folk Botanicals. Inside Out Kitchen explores ideas of what a kitchen is, could be, and its communal role as a space for bringing communities together.

Supported by Ernest Cook Trust 

 

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MK50 Heritage Craft Workshop with Izzy Parker

21 January, 1–3pm 
Free, all welcome

In celebration of MK50 Birthday Weekend, Milton Keynes Arts Centre presents an afternoon workshop with designer and maker Izzy Parker, exploring the recent and historic heritage of Great Linford’s 17th Century site, designing and making objects for the home fit for purpose until the Centennial 2067 celebrations.

Jewellery demo

Heritage Open Day 2017

Sunday 10 September 2017
Free Drop-in Workshops, 11am–3pm

Life Drawing: Nature inspired still life drawing with Sara Myers 
Ceramics: Hand building in ceramics with Gabrielle Radiguet 
Jewellery: Twisted ring making with Alex Smith 
Sculpture: Constructing bird boxes with guest artsit Izzy Parker 

Supported by MK Community Foundation

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Open Door MK, Heritage Craft Workshop


Milton Keynes Arts Centre collaborated with 25 of Open Door MK clients over a 14 month long project exploring techniques and use of heritage crafts. With four weeks dedicated each to basket weaving, lace making, blacksmithing and green-wood working. Participants were able to gain extensive transferable skills in tool management, developing confidence in a social and safe environment while reawakening interests in practical skills.

Supported by The Radcliffe Trust