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We can’t wait to welcome our new and returning students from 19 October 2020. Your safety is our first priority.

Events and programming

Find out what's on in March at the Story Garden

Download the March 2020 calendar [PDF 184kb]

birds eye view of hand holding a pair of scissors a piece of weaving lies underneath

Joy in Weaving

On-loom, Off-loom and Freestyle

Discover how to weave off-loom, on-loom and make a small loom frame to take home. Come and discover weaving, meet new people and learn a new skill with Joygun Nehar.

Experience the Joy in Weaving at the taster session on Tuesday 17 December, 10.30am - 1.30pm.

Sign up to take part in the 10 week collaborative workshop starting on Friday 10 January 2020.

Sign up for a taster session here.

Sign up for the 10 week workshop here.

hands mould clay on a clay wheel

Clay Social

Drop-in every Wednesday 2.00-5.00pm, a space to learn about clay and meet new people at MAKE @ Story Garden.

Join us at MAKE and get your hands and mind active through material.

Discover how to create decorative objects for the home or garden, make sculptures or simply play with clay and develop a new skill. Each month we will be firing up the RAKU kiln and turning your work into exciting, colourful pieces of art.

Free, but booking essential. Reserve a place through Eventbrite.

Exterior of Make space with people on ladders
Make @ Story Garden (photo: Adam Razvi)

Republic of Learning

Friday 18 October 2019 – 10.30am to 1.00pm

Republic of Learning is a monthly event series, which brings together the local community to discuss and explore issues surrounding climate change. Through creativity, science and conversation, we hope to better understand both the global and local impact of climate change, generating an open forum for experts and non-experts to share knowledge, experiences and ask questions of each other.

In this session, Giles Lane and Erin Dickson (Manifest Data Lab) brought in objects generated as part of the Materialising Data: Embodying Climate Change project in order to spark conversations and ideas about creativity and physical expressions of climate change data.

Organised by Manifest Data Lab at Central Saint Martins, in collaboration with Make @ Story Garden.