Explore your creativity with well-known artist Pam Worswick to guide you through this friendly introductory course for absolute beginners. People with some previous experience are also most welcome. BYO materials. Some materials can be supplied.
There's a book inside you somewhere right? It's half written, you've started it, you've decided on the plot or it's all inside your head still. Whatever the case you can come along to this class and be inspired to move that writer's block or make those steps to end the procrastinating and begin your first page. Explore your spontaneity and unleash your imagination in this fun, relaxing and therapeutic writing class. Bring along your workbook or laptop.
Bring along your current painting project or begin a new one. This fun and friendly group meets weekly to share artistic passion and always welcomes new faces. BYO materials and lunch.
Share ideas and know-how in this friendly group. Bring your lunch and current project, or come along and show us a new one you've discovered. All kinds of craft skills are shared. Please let us know if there's something you would especially like to learn. New faces are always welcome.
A class for beginners and those with some experience. Learn the techniques of oil and acrylic painting and be supported to explore a range of approaches and ideas including different techniques, colour mixing and sketching. Materials list available on enrolment.
Designing beautiful flower arrangements doesn't have to be as expensive as it may seem. Objects around the home can make beautiful containers for flowers that are picked and then arranged according to colour and form. You'll be surprised at what you can come up with even from a simple garden. Join Vivienne as she uses items and blooms at hand to brighten up your home bringing softness and beauty to every room.
Shaping stone is easier than you might think. You can create a beautiful bird bath in this 2 day weekend workshop. Relief carving is cutting decorative images into a stone surface using hammer and chisel. A 100mm (4 inch) angle
grinder is used for bowl cutting. Simple designs -Celtic knots, basic leaf and flower shapes - will be available or bring along your own. A selection of
basalt rocks will be provided but feel free to bring your own piece of stone. Contact the Centre for details regarding equipment and tools.