11th & 12th June 2022

Assembly with Maisie Pritchard

Launching over the festival weekend, Assembly will be an ongoing project that begins at the festival and takes shape over the summer months. 

Visit Maisie Pritchard’s pop-up festival studio as she begins to develop work for a new collaborative project, Assembly. Using her unique method of making with paper clay, Maisie will be creating sculptural objects from unwanted waste materials for a playful, architectural exhibition in Autumn. Festival goers are invited to join Maisie in the space, observe her working and take part in the different stages of making.


Keep an eye out on our social media for the chance to join Maisie in workshops over the summer and contribute to this collaborative exhibition.


About Assembly: Utilising furniture, domestic items, and scrap material, Maisie and participants will investigate the potential in unwanted items and waste in order to make sculptures that renew discarded parts, pieces and components. Together they will create an ‘assembly’ of sculptural objects to form an installation that will be exhibited in Autumn.



2019 Trusts & Foundations

The National Festival Of Making Delivery Team

The National Festival of Making is supported with funding from Arts Council England and Blackburn with Darwen Borough Council

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