About the event
Be inspired as you watch the artists and makers at work in the Courtyard of North Down Museum.
Take this unique opportunity to interact with Artists and Makers who will be providing free demonstrations throughout the afternoon and some hands-on activity to try yourself.
You can also explore the collection at North Down Museum, visit the Creative Peninsula exhibition and enjoy a coffee at Coffee Cure!
Adele Pound, 12-2pm: Making Paper Birds
Sarah Majury, 12-2pm: Block Printed Banner
Cula Ceramics, 12-2pm: Celtic Sheep
Heather Eves, 12-2pm: Mini Applique Projects
Simply Spun, 12-2pm: Weaving my Happy Place
Rosy Ennis, 2-4pm: Printing with Plants
Owen Crawford, 2-4pm: Small Carving
Wee Yarn Designs, 2-4pm: Dorset Button Making
Alison Hanvey, 2-4pm: Thrown and Altered Lantern
Where is it taking place?
North Down Museum
When is it taking place?
Sunday 6th August
Price and do you need to book?
Free, no booking required.
Creative Peninsula, now in its 22nd year, is a thriving annual festival of creativity taking place in the picturesque borough of Ards and North Down.
The region is well known for its many Artists and Makers and during Creative Peninsula visitors have the opportunity to view their work, purchase or commission a unique piece or art or try their hand in a workshop.
This event is a part of August Craft Month with Craft NI, Northern Ireland’s celebration of craft. Summer 2023 will mark the 17th annual August Craft Month with makers all across Northern Ireland getting involved.
All August Craft Month events are run independently by the event organisers. For questions regarding this event please contact the event organiser directly.