Daily Programme of  Workshops from the Derwent Marquee 25

The Cumberland Pencil Company created its first pencil in 1832 and the first Derwent colour pencil was introduced in 1938. Still stands on the site of the original factory The Pencil Museum in Keswick tells the remarkable story of the company. Derwent has continued to be proud of its Cumbrian roots and in 2008 a purpose-built factory was opened in Lillyhall.

Derwent has been part of the Patchings Festival for many years providing demonstrations and workshop opportunities of their many followers. At the festival this year is the launch of their new Derwent Lightfast range along with workshops using the new Intense Paint pan sets, two exciting new products not to be missed.

No booking is required for these free workshops.
The full range of Derwent products can be found on the Derwent Stand in Art Materials Marquee 18.

 

10.00. Judith Selcuk – Working with the new Derwent Lightfast range

11.00.  Beverly Haines – Working with the new Inktense Paint pan set

12.00. Judith Selcuk – Working with the new Derwent Lightfast range

13.00.   Beverly Haines – Working with the new Inktense Paint pan set

14.00. Judith Selcuk – Working with  the new Derwent Lightfast range

15.00.   Beverly Haines – Working with the new Inktense Paint pan set