Arts & Crafts


Tumshies are now able to run
fantastic arts and crafts tables
for your birthday, or special event.

This can be tailored to your specific needs and to match any age group.

Some of the activities we can supply are candle decorating, crown making, design your own
jigsaw, card making, necklace
making, construct an aeroplane.
In fact the possibilities are only
limited by your imagination.
Award winner : UK face painting convention 2006

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Arts and Crafts
The Arts and Crafts Movement began primarily as a search for authentic and meaningful styles for the 19th century and as a reaction to the eclectic revival of historic styles of the Victorian era and to "soulless" machine-made production aided by the Industrial Revolution. Considering the machine to be the root cause of all repetitive and mundane evils, some of the protagonists of this movement turned entirely away from the use of machines and towards handcraft, which tended to concentrate their productions in the hands of sensitive but well-heeled patrons.
Yet, while the Arts and Crafts movement was in large part a reaction to industrialization, if looked at on the whole, it was neither anti-industrial nor anti-modern. Some of the European factions believed that machines were in fact necessary, but they should only be used to relieve the tedium of mundane, repetitive tasks. At the same time, some Arts and Crafts leaders felt that objects should also be affordable. The conflict between quality production and 'demo' design, and the attempt to reconcile the two, dominated design debate at the turn of the twentieth century.