How to make your Own Pop Art?
Learn how to make fun and fabulous jewelry with MiAL Artist Chloe Hope King!
Tuesday 22nd September: 7pm – 8.30pm
We Built This City, 56-57 Carnaby Street, London, W1F 9QF
We Built This City making in Arts London are providing a rare opportunity to make your very own piece of pop-art mosaic jewelry with all the uber talented MiAL Artist Chloe Hope King.
Making use of pre-cut pieces of wood, mirror acrylic and sparkle acrylic, it's possible to create your own ‘Pop-Art Pigeon’ motivated by Carnaby Street’s very own WBTC group…
Chloe will be indeed there every step of this way to allow you to switch your pop-art pigeon into a necklace or brooch. And on top, we’re in addition providing 20% off any piece from Chloe’s collection in the MiAL Pop-Up Shop to those attending the workshop. So not only can you create your own bit of jewelry, but you can also snap up a lovely Esoteric discount in the process!
Chloe studied BA Fashion Contour at London university of Fashion before going onto start her very own brand name Esoteric London. Chloe’s brand creates selections that make a declaration and stand out; her existing collection is empowered by geometric, art deco shapes plus Nasa galaxy and nebulae photography.
This workshop is occurring included in produced in Art London’s Pop-Up Shop with We Built This City. Occurring during London Design Festival, MiAL’s Pop Up Shop will give you the opportunity to purchase affordable art and design from several of the most talented pupils and graduates from University regarding the Arts London. With an incredible collection of example, restricted versions, musician books, homeware, fashion, accessories and much more you will have anything for everybody!
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