Supported by: Victoria and Albert Museum
Mary Quant Pattern Workshop
In June 2019 and February 2020, CCC had the privilege of hosting a one-day workshop at the V&A Museum. Participants could learn about the art of pattern design inspired by their Mary Quant exhibition. Over the course of the day, the participants created their own 60s-inspired mood board, learn five essential drawing techniques, colour theory, and essential pattern styles.
By the end of the session, Participants had successfully created their own collection of 1960s-inspired fashion prints to take away.
The events were well run and Rose went above and beyond both before and during the sessions to ensure that everything went smoothly. Rose has a natural ability to engage with a wide range of students, creating a friendly andwelcoming atmosphere. It is a pleasure to work with Rose and the students all benefited from her open and approachable nature. Rose's enthusiasm and combined passion for art and teaching leave students feeling inspired and confident in their new skills." Stacy Gambrell, Senior Producer for Practical Workshops and Events, Victoria and Albert Museum 2020.
"Excellent pack of tasks and resources to take away"
"Rose was a great teacher and lots of fun. Very encouraging"
Workshop Participant Parent
"Clear instructions for challenging but engaging tasks. I have more confidence in my artistic abilities"