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Tutor Talks: Kerry Day, Claire Goulding & Ian Redfearn

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Spend an evening getting to know our tutors! This series of talks will allow you to ask questions about the courses and workshops they run, and get to know what make our tutors tick. 

Originally from London, Kerry trained as a Ceramicist at Bath Spa University. In 2011 she completed an MA in Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking at the University of the West of England. Kerry has been teaching Lino Printing workshops and courses in Bristol for over 14 years. 

Claire Goulding is a Medical Herbalist (BSc, MNIMH) Facilitator and Aromatherapist based in the Southwest, with over 15 years of experience working in education, environmental conservation, and the complementary therapy sector. Claire also works as a freelancer researcher for companies such as Bristol Fungarium and Herbal Reality. As a Forest School Leader and workshop facilitator with her own project Hearth, she has worked in partnership with various organisations including Pukka Herbs, The Museum of the Home in London, and Westonbirt, The National Arboretum.

Ian Redfearn cannot remember how long he has taught wine appreciation at Bristol Folk House, but recalls that the first classroom he was allocated was in an annex above Chilcott the jeweller. The swingtop desks were a nightmare! The world of wine is vast and constantly changing. Ian is happy to concede that he takes every opportunity to continue his own learning!

This will be happening in the Folk House cafe where you can come and have a cup of tea and cake whilst you listen to and chat with our tutors. 

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