Swan Hill Studio - Open Studio and Workshops

Join us 7th -12th May at our Open Studios at Swan Hill Studio, Shrewsbury. 

A space for art and it's circle, the people surround art and all those interested. The perfect place for us to host our very first open studio. Which means there will be a chance to explore all our pieces, our massive range of colours and talk to us about commissions. have a coffee, and have a look around the amazing space, where the walls are adorned with pieces from the residents of Swan Hill Studio. 

You can pop by the studio anytime, or you can also join us at the following events. 

8th May - Beaded Jewellery Workshop 

In this workshop hosted you'll learn how to design and make your very own beaded necklace. Either take inspiration from our classic Selma necklace style or create something totally unique to you. This is perfect for beginners and those who have crafting experience alike! You will learn all about Easthope Studio, how we make our Murano glass beads, and how we utilise minimal waste production methods in the studio. You will be given free rein of our extensive bead collections, and have the option to include Handmade Glass Beads, vintage pearls, rescued beads, gold-plated charms, and a mix of clasps to create a beautiful piece that is unique to you. I'll will guide you through the process, with all the tips and tricks, offering advice along the way. Helping you to finish your piece to a professional standard. By the end of the workshop, you will have your very own necklace or bracelet.

Book your space here - numbers are limited 

9th May - Spring Event

Join us at Swan Hill Studio for drinks to celebrate our very first Open Studio. 

This is the first physical space we have had to display all our pieces and talk about our process. An informal evening of drinks, music, art and joy. WIth the opportunity to explore all the artists of Swan Hill with all our friends of Easthope for a drink! 


RSVP - easthope.studio@gmail.com


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