Saturday School is a monthly forum for creative learning. Each edition will occupy the spaces of Civic House and host workshops and discussions led by practitioners working across mixed disciplines.
Our aim is to create a stimulating environment for testing new ideas, learning through making and sharing skills and knowledge. By creating a monthly programme we hope to create the framework – space, peer-support, and connections with audiences – for practitioners who have an interest in teaching and learning to deliver activity and collectively develop their practice.
At each edition, Civic House will be open for a full day with workshops taking place between 11am – 6pm. Start times will depend on the activity but we encourage all workshops to finish at 6pm, when a communal meal will be served that will be available for all workshop participants and open to the public. From 20:00 onwards, Civic House will host AFTER SCHOOL CLUB, an evening of performances and live music with HEALTHY and friends.
Workshops will include (but not limited to) cooking, risograph poster printing, repair cafes, fabrication skills, health & well-being, book groups, animation & visuals, building for kids, discussion groups, talks and city tours & walks.
Mobile Print Studio x Still Not Quite – Futurist Printmaking
Join Still Not Quite Studio and Mobile Print Studio for an exciting collaborative workshop where you will work as a group to discuss and draw objects from plausible futures and then translate into Drypoint etchings to take away with you.
15:00 – 18:30
Civic House Kitchen – Food Workshop
The workshop will give an introduction to simple vegan recipes made fancy with nuts, seeds, herbs and spices. Learn how to make big, colourful sharing dishes that are full of flavour but not too difficult or expensive to make – take home some food, a few recipes and some knowledge on vegan cooking! This workshop is kindly supported by the Climate Challenge Fund.
13:00 – 15:00
Glasgow Tool Library – Top Table
For our Top Table workshop you will use both new and reclaimed timber to design and build small table top inspired furniture, such as a beside table, small coffee table, or stool.
The workshop will teach introductory design skills, as well as basic carpentry techniques and how to make a strong and stable structures. During this workshop you will get a taster of how to use tools like chisels, block planes, combination squares, sliding bevels, marking / mortise gauges and a variety of hand saw such as tenon, coping, compass, panel and pull saws. This workshop is kindly supported by the Climate Challenge Fund.
13:00 – 18:30
Civic House Kitchen dinner: 19:00 – 21:00
AFTER SCHOOL CLUB: 20:00 – late
Plantainchippss (FUSE by VAJ.Power)
Hot Towel [Live Dubs]
Free before 9pm // £5 after.