What’s on

Blackhorse Workshop will be delivering making activities open to all ages throughout the summer. Art Director and Set Designer Katie Fotis will be presenting a series of interactive exhibitions in the space which will explore and reveal different aspects behind the making process, introducing fresh approaches to design and emerging talent to be inspired by.

You will have the chance to try out the tools, materials and techniques that have inspired the makers in the exhibitions, as well as other luminaries from the design world. Join in the action at one of our regular Thursday evening and Saturday morning workshops for adults and families, and there will also be talks and happenings from visiting designers and makers.

Local coffee wizards Wood St Coffee will be serving up arguably the best coffee in E17 – with a coffee pop up during the day and a bar running Thursday and Friday evenings.

Upcoming workshops

XYLO-FUN

Saturday 30th September 2017
10am - 1pm (9x 20min one-to-one slots)
Ages: Kids 5+
Price: £10
WHEELUP MEETS: GENERAL ECHO + VITAL SOUND

Saturday 7th October 2017
5pm - Midnight
Ages: Adults
Free entry / £5 after 8pm
FILM AND VIDEO UMBRELLA

Wednesday 11th October 2017
7 - 9:30pm
Ages: Adults
£5
DARKROOM’S RHONDA DRAKEFORD

Thursday 19th October
7pm - 9pm
Ages: Adults
£20.00
MASK MAGIC

Tuesday 24th October 2017
10am–12pm
Ages: Kids 8+
£10.00
PEGASUS WHEELY TOY WORKSHOP

Date: Wednesday 25 October 
Time: 10.00am – 1pm 
Ages: Kids 5+ 
Price: £10
NIGHT ON THE TILES

Thursday 2nd November 2017
7 – 9.30pm
Adults
£20.00

Upcoming exhibitions

MAKER’S MOVEMENTS
5th October - 18th November 2017
MAKER’S MOVEMENTS
5th October - 18th November 2017

Showcasing a handful of designers and artists, revealing an element of their creative process through an immersive experience. Pull levers and hand crank kinetic sculptures to understand the movements that are made by the creators involved.

MAKERS PRESENTS
30th November - 23rd December 2017
MAKERS PRESENTS
30th November - 23rd December 2017

Experience the makers in their workshop carving out presents for the festivities. The Makers Presents exhibition will be celebrating crafts of Christmas, from hand crafted gifts to extraordinary decorations, and useful creative makery.