Art & craft workshops in Europe and around the world


Upcoming Workshops

Textile Weaving Workshop ~ Prato & Florence, Italy

Thu May 21 - Fri May 29, 2020 (9 days) - REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN

A workshop for weavers of all levels, textile designers, fibre and craft lovers. Enjoy a 5 day hands-on weaving workshop with master weaver Patricia Kinsella and visit textile destinations in Florence and Prato.

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Textile Weaving Workshop ~ Sweden


Explore classic Swedish weaving techniques during a hands-on weaving workshop and visit textile destinations in southern Sweden and Stockholm. Limited to 8 places only.

Pre-registration is now open. Register your interest and we will contact you once workshop details are available.


Lithography Workshop ~ Umbria, Italy

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Founded in 1799, Tipografia Grifani Donati is one of the oldest printing houses still operating in Italy, producing fine art prints on vintage 19th and early 20th century machinery. An amazing artisanal print house and incredible working museum, Grifani Donati offer short courses to artists and students of art.

This 6 day workshop includes a 3 day stone lithography course and a day trip to Perugia, visiting two stunning artists’ studios and the Umbrian national gallery.

Handwoven Textiles ~ Florence to Perugia, Italy

Thu May 21 - Tues June 2, 2020 (13 days) - REGISTRATIONS NOW OPEN, Limited space: 2 places left in Fondazione Lisio workshop

A wonderful trip for weavers and textile lovers. Enjoy 5 days of hands-on weaving workshops with some of the remaining artisans and textile designers still working in the Italian handmade ‘tessitura a mano’ tradition.

Spend a further 7 days exploring beautiful central Italy, visiting textile studios and exclusive fabric houses in Perugia, regional Tuscany and Florence.


Basketry Weaving Workshop ~ New Zealand


Venture to the Pacific oasis of New Zealand and experience its rich indigenous Maori culture and crafts, beautiful sculpture parks and stunning landscape. This trip includes a hands-on harakeke (flax) weaving workshop, guided visits to New Zealand’s leading gallery collections, and day trips to two stunning sculpture parks.