Morley College London offers high-quality, affordable courses specialising in arts, culture and applied sciences.
I had always thought of my self as a creative person but had not looked into gra...more
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This five day course provides an introduction to the art and techniques of lost wax bronze casting. Students will participate fully with the process, wax modelling, participate with their work being...more
Duration: 2 weeks
Different times are available for this course
Great jewellery courses that guide students through processes to build proficiency, meanwhile embedding design skills and encouraging originality.
If you love the softness of silk, delicacy of lace, intensity of leather or the natural look of cotton, and want to incorporate these qualities into your designs to create fabric and metal jewellery, this...more
Duration: 2 days
Certificate of Attendance
At Open Study College we have not only the right course but more importantly the right study method
Making and using Amulets Make your amulet Understand the use of colour, shapes and images, herbs, metals, gemstones Explain how to use magic squares Explain what a magic word is and how...more
External awarded qualification - non-accredited
London's first open access sculpture workshop offering a superbly equipped metal and wood workshop.
This dynamic and exciting workshop will take place over four evenings and will enable you to learn a variety of skills necessary for working with steel rods. Using these skills you will create...more
Duration: 4 days
Remember those arts and crafts lessons you loved at school? We’ve got news for you – you don’t have to be wearing school uniform to take roll up your sleeves and have some fun. The best part is, you no longer need a responsible...
When it came to writing our crafts ‘fun stuff’ article, we decided to learn a new skill ourselves and try origami. Half an hour later, the editorial desk was littered with attempts of paper dachshunds until finally, we made it. If this doesn’t...