20 April 2013: 11am-11pm

Brixton East, 100 Barrington Road SW9 7JF

Welcome

Making Uncovered is an exciting festival of making, art and craft. It’s free to attend, and everyone is welcome – drop in at any time.  Book your free ticket.

Demonstrations: 11am – 6pm  

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Artisans share their skills and their passion with the public.

Drawing, woodworking, willow weaving, crochet, screen printing, letterpress, soap-making, sewing, accessory making, felting, aboriginal art, painting and more! See full line-up.

Workshops: 11 am, 1pm, 3pm

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Book onto a workshop to learn a new skill! Woodworking, letterpress printing, art, textiles,  bath products, and creative development. See schedule and book.

The Thought Menu: 6pm – 7pm

Interesting talks by interesting people. Today’s special: “making”.

Party: 7pm till late

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Celebrate creativity with beautiful live music, comedians, dance and a pop-up choir! Have a drink, and enjoy lovely performances. Find out more.

Food and drink

A cafe will be running all day, stocked with local food, tea and coffee.  Dinner is between 6pm and 8pm, and we will have a bar running all night.

Artisan items for sale

Stock up on unique gifts, household and beauty items, and artworks  from  makers at the event − all made in Brixton!

Getting here

The event is held at Brixton East Gallery, 100 Barrington Road, SW9 7JF, five minutes from Brixton Tube.

Who’s behind Making Uncovered?

The event is organised by volunteers at Makerhood − a social enterprise and maker collective in Brixton, London. We’re doing this in our spare time because we want to share the fun and the beauty of making with all of you.

We thank our wonderful sponsors − Diverse Gift Shop and WBC − who have helped pay for costs like insurance and flyers, and to Brixton Market for helping spread the word. We’re also grateful to Andy Luckett of Brixton East, who is lending us free his beautiful venue for this event.

Get involved!

If you’d like to help us on the day or in preparation we’d love that!