Craft workshops

work with clay
 

The aim is to avoid using synthetic materials and mass-production – this is what the workshop will be about; learn how to get from using the most basic, ancient techniques to creating figures and bowls, using clay.

Alkotó Zug

 

Bea won’t only bring us all the nice stuff she makes, but – together with her boyfriend, Imre – she’ll teach us how to make badges or how to create lovely things, using felt.

ÁTVÁLTOZÓ EGYESÜLET

 

Games based on art pedagogy methodology; non-formally educational, free time activities for both children and adults!

Tie-dye

 

Prepare your old T-shirts, skirts, sheets, scarves and bags! Two years ago you could meet Juli, Zsuzsi and „Alma” Regina at the information desk, but this year they invite you to do some fabric dyeing. Alongside the traditional knotting method, they’ll show you a Japanese shibori tie-dye stitching technique as well, but they are open to do any experiment. A limited number of fabrics will be provided, so the girls encourage everyone to bring their own clothes/accessories made of natural materials.

 

Location: Soul Kitchen

leatherworking

 

Dezső is another craftsman, who won’t only exhibit his works but he will also show us the techniques of leatherworking. Having started as an autodidact, he is really enthusiastic about conducting a workshop. Currently he is improving his skills by working with experienced leatherworkers and can’t wait to show you what he’s learned from them!

Didgeridoo & darbuka

 

This year you’ll have the opportunity to take part in an improvisatory music-workshop, during which Árpi will teach you to play the didgeridoo and Lehel will share his percussion-related knowledge on instruments they made for & by themselves.

Yoga & henna

 

Ildikó has always had an interest in India and its culture, so it’s not a suprise that she became a yoga instructor. During the festival, she’ll introduce the world of Kundalini (yoga) to us, and beside that she plans to paint beautiful motifs on our skin with fragrant, natural Henna paint.

Kis Artbook

 

Introducing visual and folk art to all the creative children, the aim of this workshop is to make kids love the process of creating something and to make them recognize the happiness generated by this process.

balloon-folding

 

Funny creatures made of balloons; if you wish to become a pirate or you would like to give a nice flower that will never fade, find Dani and learn some balloon-origami!

Moon Art Design

 

A team of experienced craftspeople who are – at the same time – experienced Windmill Festival participants as well. They will show you how to create accessories from leather or how to repurpose bike tyres.

work with wool

 

An innovative, creative & environmentally conscious workshop during which you’ll learn how to make your own felted, recycled bottle, that will keep your water cold even on the hottest days. This technique will be shown for the first time here, since the exhibition of felted bottles will be held in Bratislava on the 30th of August.

pottery workshop

 

Ózsvár family will not only sell their products at the Windmill Crafts Fair either, but teach us some basic pottery techniques, using a pottery wheel.

Podium Absurdum
 

A group of jugglers who are experienced at performing at festivals and similar events, teaching both classical and modern kinds of circus-related and juggling acts. 

 
T-shirt crochet

 

Mária is involved in various types of crafts. This year she’ll conduct a T-shirt Crochet workshop, where you can learn how to make bracelets, small balls, cushions etc. What’s more, during the workshop you can cooperate with Mária to create a nice rug for the Baby Corner.

vegan gastronomy workshop
 

In vegan cooking no ingredients of animal origin are used, the result is always something delicious and fantastic, though. During this workshop you’ll not only learn how to cook vegan, but learn about the philosophy of this style and the healthy effects of vegan food. The tutors will be Diana Harcsa, Anikó Váradi and Ágota Papp.

 

Papp Ágota

 

„Since I was a kid, I’ve always loved cooking“ – says Ágota, who studied gastronomy. Having milk and albumen intolerance, she started to look for alternative recipes that she could change and improve, and of course later she started to come up with her own recipes. Her gastro-philosophy is: healthy, seasonal & local food (rare exceptions: Mexican & Asian food).

 

Váradi Anikó

 

„I found peace within myself, by the love of food and the art of cooking.” To be healthy and to know where you come from and where you go, this is what the harmony found in vegan cuisine means to Anikó. She sees every single dish she makes as a piece of artwork.

 

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