Lambeth Makers’ Meetings in October – join in!

Are you a maker living or working in Lambeth? Are you interested in selling your work locally, running workshops and learning more about setting up or developing your business?

Makerhood is rolling out its Makers’ Club across Lambeth, and it’s a great chance to get involved! We’re holding four meetings for Makers who’re interested in finding out more. Join one of these meetings to:

  • Find out about our Makers’ Club and how it can support your work
  • Share your thoughts on makers’ needs and opportunities in your local area
  • Meet other makers living or working nearby, to share information and create new connections.

As well as makers, we welcome local businesses, project organisers and venues who’d like to work closer with makers.

To get an idea of what we’ve done in Brixton and Norwood check out this video of our Making Uncovered event that took place earlier this year.

Please do book on Eventbrite as numbers for each meeting are limited. Thank you!

Tuesday 8 October, 7-8.30pm – Teahouse Theatre, Vauxhall (BOOK)

Tuesday 15 October, 7-8.30pm – Morley College, Lambeth North (BOOK)

Friday 18 October, 2-3.30pm – Royal Festival Hall, Waterloo (BOOK)

Tuesday 29 October, 7-8.30pm – Ovalhouse Theatre, Oval (BOOK)

We look forward to seeing you there!

If you live in Brixton, Herne Hill, Stockwell or Clapham you can already join the Brixton Makers’ Club. If you’re based in Norwood, Streatham or Crystal Palace, you can join Makerhood Norwood. If you have any questions, just drop us a line.

Thanks!

The Makerhood team.

 

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