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Zsofia Hajdu weaving
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About the tutor

This introductory course is the perfect opportunity to get into weaving. Tutored by experienced textile artist Zsofia Hajdu, you will mix and match different yarns to create beautiful shapes and textures, learn how to design and weave patterns, and add an extra finishing to your piece.

By the end of the six weeks, you will know how to set up your weaving frame or weave onto household objects, chairs, and even on your garden trees, so the fun doesn’t have to end with the course.

This course is part of Lauderdale House's new series of short introductory art courses for adults. These six-week courses are designed for you to learn the basics of a new skill or art form, to give something new a try without having to commit to a longer course or buying materials. Come by after work to enjoy a glass of wine, chat with your coursemates and learn something new!  

We welcome any students wishing to join after the beginning of the term and charge a pro rata rate of £17.50 per class until the end of the term. Please contact the office on 020 8348 8716 to book or if you have any queries about the class.

Booking information

This course runs on Monday evenings from 7pm to 9pm from the 12th September to the 10th October 2022.

Please note there will not be class on Monday, 19 September 2022 as Lauderdale House will be closed for the Bank Holiday in recognition of the Queen's funeral. There will be an additional class in its place on 24th October 2022.

The course fee is for the full six weeks, and includes all materials.

If you'd like to book over the phone or have any questions regarding the workshop you can contact the Lauderdale House team on 020 8348 8716. 

About the tutor

Zsofia Hajdu trained as a painter at the Hungarian University of Fine Arts, then slowly turned towards weaving while studying at Goldsmiths College. She thoroughly enjoys being in tactile dialogue with the yarn, and her works vary from intimate woven landscapes to more abstract and robust pieces. She has exhibited nationally and internationally and has just arrived back in the UK after being a resident artist at the Icelandic Textile Centre in March and April.