Workshops & Courses

The FOLD

*A Message from Settle Stories*

Due to the current pandemic, all dates booked at The Joinery are now cancelled. Please email Daisy (daisy@decopublique.co.uk) for more information on how you can still get involved with Deco Publique.

 

Are you looking for something to do with your free-time and a place to meet friends and go to events? Maybe you are you wanting to learn new skills and hear from young creatives who’ve made a go of it? Do you have questions about starting a creative enterprise or using your skills for profit?

Welcome to The FOLD.

Creative producers Deco Publique are working with Settle Stories @ The Joinery to create this new project.

For 3 weeks in March 2020 we’re putting on workshops, live music sessions, talks, films and more in a pop-up programme that involves everything from Music and Making to Design and Debating.

INTERESTED? 

16-21? You are invited to be part of this exciting cultural venture in Settle. We are looking to form a steering group to work on the project ahead of March 2020. This group will help to design the space, programme the content and promote The FOLD. You’ll receive mentorship from Deco Publique and experienced artists. Join us on the 31st Jan @6-8pm for the next meetup. Want to know more?

Call Daisy on 07305 234 250 or email on daisy@decopublique.co.uk for more info

FUTURE DATES: 

Weekend 1 – Thursday 19th March – Saturday 21st March
Weekend 2 – Thursday 26th March – Sunday 29th March
Weekend 3 – Thursday 2nd April – Sunday 5th April

All dates will fit around normal school hours during week days.

THE BIGGER PICTURE

Deco Publique are a creative practice based in Morecambe, who produce major festivals and events inc The National Festival of Making, Vintage by The Sea and Street pARTy. Deco Publique have been commissioned by Great Place Lakes & Dales (GPLD) to deliver The Fold, in Settle, Kendal & Bentham. GPLD is one of 16 pilot projects in England funded by the National Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England. It is focused on the rural corridor linking Skipton in the south and Grasmere in the north, including the market towns and rural hinterlands, extending into both the Yorkshire Dales and the Lake District National Parks.

The Details

Ages: 16 years +

Venue: The Joinery


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