Meet the designers
Puffins To Penguins
Thursday to Saturdays only July 20th to 29th
A medley of handmade prints based on drawings made in the field. Kit has been filling her sketch books in coastal areas along the East Coast and the Southern Ocean.
Private View Wednesday 19th July 6pm to 8pm.
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Basic Natural Dyeing Workshops
A set of 3 workshops taking you from beginner to advanced using natural dyes from our local heritage.
Saturdays - July 29th, August 12th and Sept 2nd 10am to 4pm
£60 each workshop or £150 for the set of 3
For more details or to book contact Janet by
phone 07990 702223
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A One Day Introduction to Hand Stitched Leather Work with Mark Papworth of White Buffalo Crafts.
Learn the basic hand skills needed to work with leather and make a hand stitched leather belt to take home
Dates: Saturday 23rd September 2017 or Saturday 4th November 2017
Times : Each course runs from 10am until 4pm
Ability: The course is designed for beginners and no prior experience is necessary - maximum of five people per course
Cost : £65 per person (this includes all materials and use of tools) - tea and coffee provided / bring your own packed lunch
Venue: The courses are run at designermakers21, 21 S t Nicholas Street, Diss, Norfolk IP22 4LB
For more information contact Mark Papworth
phone: 07941 616684
We now have a preview page on the website giving you a taste of the next Showcase artists. These are not on show at designermakers21 until July 2017. (Click anywhere in this paragraph to see the preview page)
Studio Space for Rent - AVAILABLE NOW!
Calling all Designer Makers there is studio space to rent in our exciting project. Apply here if you would you like to be part of our Team
download a PDF application form by clicking here
This quarter in our showcase ceramics by David Salsbury, fine art photographs by Debbie Jolliff and cabinet maker Peter Dunsmore.
21 St Nicholas Street, Diss, Norfolk IP22 4LB
Designermakers@21 has been set up by the Diss Corn Hall Trust and made possible by the generosity of the owners of the building, the Ipswich and Diss Area Quakers.