Made in Corby’s Big Day In on Sunday 5 July

Come along to our Big Day In
Sunday 5 July

 11 till 3pm – Hazelwood Neighbourhood Centre
2 till 5pm – Corby Old Village Community Centre

ca949ada-9ec7-490d-b72a-ab8fddc5c79dMade in Corby presents a Big Day In, a day of arts activities where you can try your hand at some creative fun. Pop in for 10 minutes to have a look or stay for longer and create something of your own.

11- 3pm at Hazelwood Neighbourhood Centre
Gainsborough Road, Corby. NN18 0QD

a1651d49-01e1-4b2c-9ff4-82ad46818b5fA Big Day In where you can make your own wood carving with local artist Liam Hadjipetrou. Or discover stop-motion animation with artist animator Sarra Hornby and have a go in her pop-up animation studio.

Suitable for all ages. Activities are free although a voluntary contribution of £2 – £4 per person taking part would be appreciated. Children must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult). For more information contact Made in Corby on madeincorby@groundwork.org.uk or call 01536 267895.

2pm- 5pm at Corby Old Village Community Centre
High Street, Old Village, Corby, NN17 1WX

A Big Day In hosted by The Eloquent Fold – a half day of fun activities where you can experience bite-sized creative moments. Pop in for one session or the whole creative afternoon; each session lasts just 30 minutes.

Artists Carole Miles & Phiona Richards will show you that being creative doesn’t have to be expensive, and with a little bit of imagination, wonderful things can happen!

2pm – 2.30pm. Sewing the Seeds in Corby
Design and create a seed packet to house some seeds for your garden. Collage your packet with lots of lovely papers, some new and some re-claimed. Learn how to stamp and layer images and personalise your packet. At the end of the session you will be given seeds for your packet to take away for planting.

2.45pm – 3.15pm. The Printing Press
Have fun printing your own papers using a real printing press. Learn a couple of printing techniques to produce fun, exciting images. Take your hand printed papers away and frame your favourite or come along to Paper and Stitch to learn how to stitch into the paper.

3.30pm – 4pm. Postcard from Corby
Take one postcard and decorate it using paper, ribbon, buttons, then send it to a friend or member of your family you haven’t seen in a while. This will give you a feel for the freedom of collage, where things don’t have to be perfect, colours don’t need to match and straight lines don’t matter.

4.15pm – 4.45pm. Paper and Stitch
Learn some basic embroidery stitches to enable you to stitch your name onto paper. This is such a fun activity which is very addictive. If you attended The Printing Press you may wish to use one of your lovely prints to stitch and turn into a beautiful greetings card.

Suitable for all ages. Children must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult. Activities are free although a voluntary contribution of £2 – £4 per person taking part would be appreciated. For more information, contact made in Corby on madeincorby@groundwork.org.uk or call 01536 267895.


More about Made in Corby

Made in Corby is funded by Arts Council England as part of its Creative People & Places programme and takes a new approach to making sure that more local people than ever before can take the lead; experiencing, creating and taking part in great art. Our focus is on working collaboratively with artists, arts and voluntary organisations and partners in Corby’s communities.The Made in Corby consortium includes Groundwork Northamptonshire (the accountable body), Corby Cube Theatre Trust, Corby Community Arts, Corby Unity and Northamptonshire Enterprise Partnership.

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