The Community Centre is running a programme of courses supported by our Community Development Fund.

An array of courses from art history to craft. They will all appear on this page when they’re confirmed.
You will need to book your place in person at the Community Centre Office (open 9am-1pm, Monday – Friday.

Stained Glass – Beginners and Improvers with Debbie Forsdyke
Tuesdays 7-9pm
23rd January – 5th March (no class 13th Feb) 6 weeks

Learn how to make a beautiful stained glass panel.
For beginners the cost of materials and equipment is included in the cost of £145.
Continuing students will purchase their own materials. Cost £130.

Creative Printmaking with Cath Bristow
Wednesdays 10.30am-12.30pm
21st February – 20th March (5 weeks)

An exciting short course exploring printmaking techniques for paper and fabric.
Over the 5 sessions you will have the opportunity to try monoprinting, create relief
printing blocks and screen print using paper stencils. Experiment with coloured inks,
layering and combine techniques together. Gain confidence to develop your creative
ideas into prints for paper and fabric. Suitable for all.
Please note there is a charge of £3.00 per session to cover the cost of materials. Please bring an apron.
£80

Art History – William Hogarth
Thursday 8th February 10am-12pm

William Hogarth, a successful painter and engraver, was a key figure in the British art world of the eighteenth century.  We will explore his art ranging from portraiture to history painting and the satirical works for which he is now best remembered, relating it to the vibrant society in which he operated.
£10

Art History – The Pre-Raphaelites
Thursday 7th March 10am-12pm

The Pre-Raphaelites are now an established part of the British artistic canon, but just how radical were they in their time?  What was their impact on the Victorian art world?  How did the members of the movement develop subsequently?  And how has their popularity fluctuated since the nineteenth century?
£10

Contact information

If you’d like further information, please get in touch with the Community Centre Office – details are on our contact page.

Contact Information

Contact:

Enquiries Office

Email:
Phone Number:

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The Community Centre is running a programme of courses supported by our Community Development Fund.

An array of courses from art history to craft. They will all appear on this page when they’re confirmed.
You will need to book your place in person at the Community Centre Office (open 9am-1pm, Monday – Friday.

Stained Glass – Beginners and Improvers with Debbie Forsdyke
Tuesdays 7-9pm
23rd January – 5th March (no class 13th Feb) 6 weeks

Learn how to make a beautiful stained glass panel.
For beginners the cost of materials and equipment is included in the cost of £145.
Continuing students will purchase their own materials. Cost £130.

Creative Printmaking with Cath Bristow
Wednesdays 10.30am-12.30pm
21st February – 20th March (5 weeks)

An exciting short course exploring printmaking techniques for paper and fabric.
Over the 5 sessions you will have the opportunity to try monoprinting, create relief
printing blocks and screen print using paper stencils. Experiment with coloured inks,
layering and combine techniques together. Gain confidence to develop your creative
ideas into prints for paper and fabric. Suitable for all.
Please note there is a charge of £3.00 per session to cover the cost of materials. Please bring an apron.
£80

Art History – William Hogarth
Thursday 8th February 10am-12pm

William Hogarth, a successful painter and engraver, was a key figure in the British art world of the eighteenth century.  We will explore his art ranging from portraiture to history painting and the satirical works for which he is now best remembered, relating it to the vibrant society in which he operated.
£10

Art History – The Pre-Raphaelites
Thursday 7th March 10am-12pm

The Pre-Raphaelites are now an established part of the British artistic canon, but just how radical were they in their time?  What was their impact on the Victorian art world?  How did the members of the movement develop subsequently?  And how has their popularity fluctuated since the nineteenth century?
£10

Contact information

If you’d like further information, please get in touch with the Community Centre Office – details are on our contact page.

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