Live Late: Craft Jam turns five

Up for learning a new craft-y skill this Friday?
Up for learning a new craft-y skill this Friday?

Returning this Friday 5 October from 7pm for its fifth year, get busy with some late-night crafting, at the Millennium Gallery's October Live Late edition.

To celebrate turning five, the evening is set to be even bigger and better than ever, with live craft, music, workshops, demonstrations and craft stalls – not forgetting the bar.

Live Lates is a series of events run by Museums Sheffield, which opens up exhibitions after-hours, getting us day-job-ers to enjoy the current exhibitions - with added extas, making the very most of Sheffield in the evenings.

On the night, you’ll be able to get arty trying out:

 Paper making

 Wool spinning

 Clay modelling

 Clay wheel

 Pedal powered sewing machine

 Copper embossing

 Wire wrap jewellery

 Metal texturing

 Clay bird modelling

 Eco friendly crochet

 Upcycled embroidery

 Screen printing

 Spoon carving

 Wet felting

 Needle felting

 Vegetable painting

 Knitting

…and on top of all of that, you’ll be sound-tracked by music curated especially for the night by the Folk Forest, which will host the Djangonauts, an acoustic Gypsy jazz quartet.

Entry is free, although a suggested donation of £5 is welcomed.

Discover something new in #SheffAfter5 at the Millennium Gallery this Friday.