Bread workshop @ Spike Island (Bristol, UK)

Bread workshop @ Spike Island
Bread workshop @ Spike Island

One of the French words for friend is ‘copain’ which, when broken down, translates as ‘co’ meaning ‘with’ and ‘pain’ meaning ‘bread’. Designer Alexandre Bettler (Modern Activity) and local baker Mark Newman (Mark’s Bread) lead this hands on workshop in bread making and design communication.

During this workshop you will discuss ideas of how bread can be used to connect with communities and support local economies. You will make your own loaf of soda bread, changing its function from a simple food to a gift you share with a friend.

No experience required, just bring your hands and ideas!
All ingredients and materials supplied.

Bread workshop

Saturday 23 November 2013, 9.30am–4.30pm
£40/£35 concessions, booking essential

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  1. Traducción:

    Una de las palabras francesas para amigo es “copain” que, cuando se descomponen, se obtiene “co” que significa “con” y “pain” que significa “pan”. El diseñador Alexandre Bettler (Modern Activity) y el panadero local Mark Newman (Mark’s Bread) lideran este taller practico de elaboración de pan y de diseño de comunicación.

    Durante este taller se hablará de las ideas de cómo el pan se puede utilizar para conectar con las comunidades y apoyar las economías locales. Tu poderas hacer su propio pan de soda, cambiando su función de una comida sencilla a un regalo para comparte con un amigo.

    No se requiere experiencia, tus manos y las ideas son suficientes!
    Todos los ingredientes y materiales suministrados.


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