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Learn how to weave a net by hand with Oxford Brookes Fine Art Alumni and Artist Mita Vaghela.
Mita Vaghela will be sharing the knotting techniques used to create her award shortlisted piece 'The Net', as part of the 'Line Makers' exhibition in the Glass Tank.
Suitable for ages 7+, weave your own small net at this FREE workshop, as part of a larger collaborative piece or to take home with you.
Materials provided, drop in workshop.
Located in the Lab space opposite the Glass Tank, Abercrombie Building, Oxford Brookes Headington Rd site.
Booking appreciated but not essential:
About 'Line Makers':
Exhibition dates: 30th July - 1st September 2019
Private view: 29th July, 6-8pm
'Line Makers' looks at the idiosyncratic practices of three Brookes alumni: Claire Ringrose, Dayanny So and Mita Vaghela.
The quality of ‘the line’ became apparent to each artist in discussions of their shared artistic practice, from examining the lineage of their own individual heritage to the development of more formal working processes. Coming together for the first time since their graduation show in 2013, the work reflects the trajectories each of their lives have taken after leaving university.