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Turn your ideas into neon light!

Neon is a unique and mysterious subject that few have had chance to gain experience in. Neon Workshops cater for all experiences and will help turn your ideas into light! 

Their intensive and in depth neon sculpture courses are now offered to unravel the mystery concerned with the creation of energy saving, 100% recyclable light.

The Neon Universe
8th - 11th September £560

Matt Dilling (New York) and Shawna Peterson (San Francisco) fly in to teach their own styles of neon art, along side master neon maker Julia Bickerstaff (Leeds). Invited scientists and astronomers will offer evening presentations relating to neon light and electricity.

One Day Intensive
21st October £150

Learn everything from transcribing ideas into neon drawings to filling glass forms with gas. At the end of the day each participant will take home a piece of neon they have designed and helped make or directed in making.

More info http://www.neonworkshops.com/index.htm


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