Jewellery, Identity and Social Change

A jewellery-making workshop exploring jewellery as a tool of social reform.

Join Stephanie Graham from Natla Jewellery Studio to learn how to paint with enamel. Make your own jewellery while investigating the power of the crafting process, how it can be used to improve well-being and instigate social change.

All materials required for the workshop will be provided on the day. Craft your own piece and take it home with you, as a gift for a loved one or a treat for yourself!

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Jewellery designer and social entrepreneur, Stephanie Graham, uses the craft process in jewellery making as a method of healing.

Stephanie considers jewellery not only a holistic method for improving mental health and well-being, but as a method of engaging those with the lived experience of substance use.

Working with Hillcrest Futures, the Parish Church Nurses and Just Bee Productions through Natla Jewellery Studio, Stephanie demonstrates the potential of using jewellery as a method of putting those with lived experience at the heart of policy making.

Special Ticket Holder Offer!

Each workshop ticket also entitles the holder to 10% discount off Natla Jewellery Studio items stocked in our shop.
This offer cannot be used in conjunction with any other discount.
You can view the Natla Jewellery Studio range here


Thursday 8 December to Sunday 11 December 2022

Session 1: 10.00 - 12.00, Session 2: 14.00 - 16.00

Location Weston Studio

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