Katherine Pentney – Free Motion Embroidered Hoop Art Workshop

Part of: In Cube Creative Crafts Trail 2019 and Sma’ Shot 2019

John Maguire – Make Your Own Gargoyle Workshop

  • Dates:  Saturday, 6 July
  • Time:   1- 5 pm – on a drop-in basis (activity will take approx. 1 hour)
  • Audience:  Children, Adults
  • Maximum number of participants:   18
  • Workshop content:  Participants will have the opportunity to create their very own gargoyle from clay – no experience necessary. https://www.facebook.com/johnmaguireceramics/

Venue:  Paisley Abbey

Cost to participant:  Free no need to book

Part of: In Cube Creative Crafts Trail 2019 and Sma’ Shot 2019

Rosie Little – Knit A Necklace

  • Dates :  Sunday, 7 July
  • Time:   10.30am – 12.30pm & 1.30 – 3.30pm
  • Audience:  Adults / Teens
  • Maximum number of participants: 10

Workshop content:  Knitting – 3 different styles of fabric necklace to choose from. An “easy like a Sunday morning” workshop making modern, chunky necklaces using environmentally friendly t-shirt yarn. No previous knitting experience required.

Venue:  Helens Haberdashery, 45 High St, Paisley PA1 2AH https://www.facebook.com/knittingoncloudnine/

Cost to participant:  Free / booking links below

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/o/rosie-from-knitting-on-cloud-nine-18121979049

Part of: In Cube Creative Crafts Trail 2019 and Sma’ Shot 2019

Lisa Crockard – Make Your Own Keum Boo Pendant Workshop

  • Dates :  Saturday, 6 July
  • Times:  2-4.30pm
  • Duration:  2.5 hours
  • Audience:  Adults
  • Maximum number of participants: 6

https://www.instagram.com/lisacrockardjewellery
https://twitter.com/LisaCJewellery https://www.lisacrockard.com/

Workshop content:  Learn to make and take away your own silver and gold pendant

Venue:  The Workshop, The Old Fire Station Annex 23 Gordon Street, Paisley PA1 1XD

Cost to participant:  £50 booking here

Part of: In Cube Creative Crafts Trail 2019 and Sma’ Shot 2019

InCube Creative Crafts Trail 2019

A programme of workshops by creative artists, makers and craftspeople as part of Sma’ Shot Festival, Paisley 5-7 July 2019

Featuring work by – click on each artist for event information

Supported by Renfrewshire Council & InCube

Brownton Abbey

Where: The Art School
When: Sat 25 May 2019, 8:30pm – Late
Price: £10

Celestial beings from queer dimensions transform the historic Glasgow School of Art into a kaleidoscopic, off-world temple as Brownton Abbey, the Afro-Futurist performance party with a Space Church theme, hits Glasgow.

Created by and centering queer people of colour, especially those with d/Disabilities (s/Super Powers), Brownton Abbey features an international collective of UK  based artists.

The genre defying event fuses a dance party, performance art and the personal/political, as a catalyst to celebrate intersectional identities.

Take up space, drench yourself in contemporary ritual, and get transcendental on the dance floor, as Brownton Abbey take you to church!

Additonal Info: 18+ / BSL Interpreted, Wheelchair Accessible, No Strobe or flashing lights will be used. Haze and smoke will be used.  Further access info will be released with the programme. If there is anything we can do or provide to make your experience more enjoyable please email karl@takemesomewhere.co.uk.

“It was nothing short of breathtaking and we all screamed for more” — BRIGHTON SOURCE

“★★★★★ – welcome and much needed… the joys and beauties of diversity in all its forms”— ARGUS

Cuckoo

Jaha Koo (South Korea)

PRESENTED BY OUTSPOKEN ARTS AND TAKE ME SOMEWHERE FESTIVAL.

Where: Tramway
When: Wed 22 May 2019
Price: £8/£12

A bunch of talkative rice cookers take you on a journey through the last 20 years of Korean history

One day when his electric rice cooker informed him that his meal was ready, Jaha Koo experienced a deep sense of isolation. ‘Golibmuwon’ (고립무원) is an untranslatable Korean word expressing the feeling of helpless isolation that characterizes the lives of many young people in Korea today.

Twenty years ago there was a major economic crisis in South-Korea, comparable to the financial crash in the United States and Southern Europe in 2008. This crisis had a huge impact on the young generation to which South Korean artist Jaha Koo belongs. He witnessed many endemic problems including youth unemployment and socio-economic inequality. Rising suicide rates, isolation, acute social withdrawal and a fixation on personal appearance are but a few of the symptoms.

In bittersweet and humorous dialogues, Jaha and his clever rice cookers take you on a journey through the last 20 years of Korean history, combining personal experience with political events and reflections on happiness, economic crises and death.

www.campo.nu

Additonal Info: 60 mins / 16+ (deals with themes of suicide) / 
Korean with English subtitles / Captioned / All TMS venues are wheelchair accessible.




“A week later, I’m still haunted by the show’s sounds and images. Food for thought indeed.”— TOTAL THEATRE

Images: Radovan Dranga