We’re now into our fifth week of the Stonecarving workshop with Dundee sculptor Siobhan Morison, using the reclaimed stone from the recently knocked down Drumfrochar Road flats. Once sculpted, the stone shall be used as part of a garden, linking the past through the reclaimed stone, and the present through the new sculptures.
Everyone’s sculptures are coming along really well, with skills in stone carving going from strength to strength each week. With only five weeks of the workshops left, we’d love if new participants could come along and begin work on a piece of stone from Drumfrochar and learn a new skill. We’d love for the carvings to be themed around Broomhill, or Greenock, but if not, we’re quite happy for that too!
If you want to come along to stone carving, the workshops are free and are running every Sunday until the 21st of May, from 12.30 to 2.30, with an unsupervised lunch break, then back for the later session from 3.30 to 5.30.
Children are very welcome to come along but must be accompanied by an adult. Participants are very welcome to come along to the morning, or afternoon class, as well as both.
CLASSES ARE FREE!