Posted by Claire Pitt onMay 26, 2016
At Hazlehurst Studios, we constantly strive towards finding that lovely balance of being an active part of our wonderful local community and producing unique pieces of artwork/hand crafted items to exhibit/sell. We love Old Town Bloom, Years Ahead, Creative sessions up at Windmill Hill and the many other community based workshops, but as individual artists we also produce lots of beautiful things to sell, this revenue enables us to continue and build as a studios, developing local artists and keeping creativity alive in our part of the world.
On the 30th May, our studio holder Christine Levis will have a stall at the Palm House in Sefton Park, as part of ‘Artisans in the Palm House‘. It is a great opportunity to meet Christine and chat about her beautiful, modern and minimalist jewellery.
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Over the next few months there will more opportunities to ‘Meet the Makers’, as we attend several different artisan fairs around the North West. So please keep an eye out for those events and support us.
Stitched Textiles Group led by Maria Tarn Textile artist at Hazlehurst Studios Now at a new location – Please enquire the address The time of the session is 9-1. The cost is £25 per session (or £60 for 3 sessions) Our main focus is trying different techniques with machine embroidery. In the past we have […]
Hazlehurst Workshop Programme About Hazlehurst: Hazlehurst Studios is a creative hub situated in the heart of Runcorn. We offer an affordable and likeminded environment for artists and makers in Halton. Hazlehurst currently houses 8 artists within our studios with expertise in a range of disciplines including Painting, Photography, Textiles, Printmaking and community art participation. We […]
Hazlehurst Studios will be joining the Canalival on Saturday the 4th June. Throughout the day there will be fun things to watch, listen and do! Halton Heritage Partnership in association with The Suitcase Ensemble and Halton Young People’s Theatre presents…. CANALIVAL A celebration of working life and working together In partnership with Hazlehurst Studio’s Old […]
At Hazlehurst Studios, we constantly strive towards finding that lovely balance of being an active part of our wonderful local community and producing unique pieces of artwork/hand crafted items to exhibit/sell. We love Old Town Bloom, Years Ahead, Creative sessions up at Windmill Hill and the many other community based workshops, but as individual artists […]
Hazlehurst Studios Gets Creative Hazlehurst Studios will be having a ‘Get Creative Day’ to celebrate the first one of its kind, more information here, on the 2nd of April. Throughout the day we will be encouraging you to get creative, show you how we get creative and how we have been creative in the past! There […]
This is an exciting new workshop to be held at Hazlehurst Studios, ran by our associate member Mima Cornish. First 3 Sessions: Primary Colours £10 per session, please contact Mima to secure a place, as numbers are strictly limited. Introductory offer: First 3 Primary Colour Sessions £25 if paid in advance Dates: February 14th […]
Stitched Textiles group meets at Hazlehurst studios on the third Saturday of each month between 10 -3.30 Each session cost £25.00 Workshop Tutor, Maria Tarn Contact – firstname.lastname@example.org No experience is necessary as help will be given in the sessions Future Programme 2016: February 20th Making background surfaces to stitch into with machine or […]
Here is the latest news blast from Hazlehurst Studios, with information about upcoming events and exhibitions. Hazlehurst Print would like to invite you to their latest exhibition ’20:20′, with the opening night on Friday the 4th of December, 6.30-9pm at Hazlehurst Studios, which also kicks off a weekend of Open Studios with the resident […]
Hazlehurst Studios first became involved with Fun Palaces because of our Arts Development Officer, Louise Hesketh, who spotted a tweet from Stella Duffy about the concept. We had talked about doing it last year, but time got away from us and we missed out. This year we were determined to have a go. Sometimes […]
Building on the success of last year’s Old Town Bloom project, we were excited to do it again in 2015, but also keen to do something different and engage with a new audience. The Big Blooming Lunch was our ‘launch’ event in July, to let people know that we were going to do a community […]