Introduction to stonemasonry with the Prince’s Foundation

Subject: Carving
Dates: 12 May 2019
Time: 11:00 - 12:30
Location: The Prince's Foundation School of Traditional Arts
Tutor: Lily Marsh
Full price
£ 0

A free stonemasonry workshop available to those aged 16-20 years old. Concerned that traditional crafts are dying out across the UK the Prince’s Foundation are offering this workshop to young people who would like to find out more about stonemasonry.

Join stonemason Lily Marsh in a small group setting to get an introduction to the profession and find out about the limestone and hand tools being used. Participants will then be given the chance to design and carve their own designs.

The workshop will last for 1.5 hours and will include up to 10 participants.

Please contact enquiries@princes-foundation.org for more information

Who is this course for?

People ages 16-20 years old with no experience of stonemasonry.

What should I bring?

Please wear clothes that you won't mind getting dirty and closed toe shoes.

All materials will be provided.

Where will the course take place?

The Prince's Foundation, 19 - 22 Charlotte Road, London EC2A 3SG

What day do I attend?

Sunday 12 May 2019

What if I need to cancel or change my booking?

You can view our policy here.

By booking this course, you agree to our terms and conditions. Click to view.

This programme is brought to you by The Prince's Foundation.

Part of London Craft Week 2019.

Tutor biography

Lily Marsh

Lily is a stonemason currently working on restoration and commercial projects in London. She gained her NVQ through the Prince’s Foundation after completing her advanced diploma in stonemasonry at the Building Crafts College, Stratford.

A Queen Elizabeth Trust scholar, Lily attends the architectural stone carving diploma at The City and Guilds of London Art School. She hopes to use the first class teaching at the school to develop and improve her carving skills and technique.

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