Make plays host to a wide range of classes and events throughout the year. Classes range from helping you learn which end is the right end of a hammer, to the finer points of smithing beautiful silver jewellery.
We’re proud of our events calendar that in recent months have included networking events for Makers, exhibitions of the region’s most exciting artists, and tasting sessions run by Liverpool’s best breweries.
If you would like to book one of our space for your upcoming event, please don’t hesitate to get in touch!
Join our introduction to woodwork class, part of Make Liverpool’s woodwork programme for beginners. A great way to hone your woodworking skills, or to learn a new skill from scratch, this four hour hands-on class will take you through the different skills and techniques needed to create your own masterpieces. All tools, equipment and materials will be provided on the day.
If you enjoy doodling and sketching and just want the chance to do some life drawing in a friendly relaxed atmosphere then come and check out our monthly life drawig class. The session will take place in our bar area so for those of you who are new to life drawing and maybe feeling a tad awkward or nervous having a complimentary glass of wine will help. And what could go better with wine and life drawing you ask? Cheese! Yes there will be cheese and crackers available before, after and during the break. There will also be bottomless tea and coffee available along with some biscuits for dunking.
This class is for anyone over the age of 16, whether you’re a regular at life drawing classes or you can barely hold a pencil, everyone is welcome. We will be running untaught sessions such as this one and for those people who want some guidance, tips and tricks we recommend our taught life drawing classes.
Please bring whichever materials you feel comfortable working with, from some charcoal to a biro, a small sketch pad to A3 sheets of paper.
This beginners sewing course will take you step by step through the very basics of sewing. You will be taught over the space of 6 hours how to make your own casual men’s shorts or women’s flared pants, along with tricks and professional techniques to ensure the perfect finish to your garment.
PART 1. This sustainable eco-craft macrame workshop is ran by local macrame and fibre artist, Vicki, owner of Tassel and Twine Design. During the workshop, she will guide you through the basic knots and techniques needed to create a beautiful macrame wall hanging of your very own.
An introduction into hand weaving. This workshop is a perfect place to start if you’re a weaving novice or want a refresher course of the basics. Kirsty will demonstrate thread by thread how to set up your frame loom and how to accomplish different woven techniques. You will then be able to try these patterns out for yourself, weaving with a variety of different textural and colourful yarns to create a beautiful piece of handwoven cloth, to turn into a small wallhanging, a table piece for your home, or just keep as a fabulous bit of weaving!
This introduction to calligraphy workshop is taught by Angela, a graphic designer, illustrator and tutor with a passion for letter form and typography. Her workshop will teach you everything you need to know, starting right at the basics.
You will learn the techniques and tools of calligraphy and how to write each letter. This is perfect to use for wedding stationery, bullet journals, and decorative quotes and they also make great statement pieces for your walls. Write a short quote with your newly found lettering skills and frame it!
This sustainable eco-craft macrame workshop is ran by local macrame and fibre artist, Vicki, owner of Tassel and Twine Design. You will spend the afternoon learning the basic knots and techniques that form the foundation of macrame. Using high quality recycled cotton and sustainably sourced wood you will put your new found skills to great use creating a beautiful plant hanger of your very own.
These digital workshops in collaboration with Make are perfect for people who enjoy creating, want to learn something new and are looking for ideas and inspiration to create from the comfort of home. Great news if you want to join the session from another city or country, the beauty of these digital spaces is they allow us to cut and paste together wherever we are.
Join our introduction to woodwork class, part of Make Liverpool’s woodwork programme for beginners.
A great way to hone your woodworking skills, or to learn a new skill from scratch, this five-hour hands-on class will take you through the different skills and techniques needed to create your own birdhouse.
Start your weekend off right with a collage workshop with Cut Out Collage artist Catherine Rogers. In the wonderful creative surroundings of Make North Docks you will be provided with coffee, tea, biscuits, the skills and equipment to create your own analogue collages.
For this introduction to collage class Catherine, of Cut Out Collage, brings her skills and training as an artist, in addition to years of experience facilitating workshops in a variety of settings in the UK and abroad, to equip you with the skills to make analog collages in various styles.
This session takes the art of cut and paste to another level! If you have attended Cut It Out – Collage Workshop Part 1, then this is the next step to build on those skills and learn how to use more advanced equipment and techniques.
Artist Catherine Rogers, of Cut Out Collage, will guide you through exercises and technique demonstrations to introduce you to working with a scalpel, learning skills for creating impressively detailed collage pieces.