We are delighted to offer you a creative session at Cullen Sea School with Lynda Buchan, Graduate Artist in Residence for the east of Moray.
Lynda’s residency is place-based, with a focus on the East of the region i.e. in and around the Cullen coast. Influenced by tradition and materials, Lynda’s approach starts with the notion of collating stories and will look to incorporate local narratives within the creation of a new body of work.
Lynda will be offering a Community Bunting session where you will be asked to donate a piece of preloved cloth/clothing which will be cut and sewed to make flags representing the fabric of a community.
The session would include cutting out fabric from template, pressing and sewing with machine. Please bring your own fabric but if you do not have any, don’t worry, Lynda can supply fabric for you should you need it.
There will be a sewing machine and iron available for use.
Once complete, the bunting will be on display and used to decorate the sea school’s boat yard and used at events including the annual Cullen Harbour Gala.
If you are unable to attend but wish to have a flag made from your own fabric, please drop off your preloved fabric beforehand to the sea school.
The Important Information
Date & time: 10am – 1pm on Thursday 24th and Saturday 26th March.
Cost and booking: The sessions are free of charge, and available as a drop-in, any time between 10 – 1 on either date. No need to pre-book, but if you wish to register so that we know you are coming, click the book online button opposite.
Venue for Community Bunting session: Upstairs meeting room at the Harbour Building (adjacent to Cullen harbour). Should you need parking, please park at Cullen Sea School.
‘The fabric of a community’ the relationships and connections we make with one another are formed by the threads of belonging.
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