Mothers Who Make is a peer support group and creative exchange session for mothers who are artists - professional and/or passionate – at any stage; every kind of maker is welcome and every kind of mother.
It's a chance to be visible and valued in your dual roles simultaneously.
Feel free to bring your children whether inside you, beside you or running round the room.
Time: 10.15 - 11.45am (Please arrive between 10-10.15am, the door to the building is open from 10am)
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Free to book: £5/£3 suggested cash donation on the day.
"We’re excited to find a home at such a centrally-located and vibrant venue and look forward to welcoming new faces from near and far. Come regularly or when you can, with your children or without - get the support you need, at any stage of your creative career or journey, be it thrashing out the practicalities or finding permission to make your dreams take shape." - Zoe Gardner and Miki Shaw (Mothers Who Make, Co-ordinators)
The hub is facilitated by a collective of local maker/mothers.
Supported by The Place
Times: 10.15 - 11.45am (Please arrive between 10-10.15am)
Duration: 90 mins
Venue: at The Place