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Art for Health and Wellbeing View details

Do you enjoy drawing and painting? Want to improve your skills? This beginner-friendly course is for you. On this course, you’ll: • take inspiration from other artists’ work to create your own, • use drawing techniques, • experiment with new materials, including pastels and acrylics, • paint onto canvas and use watercolours, • look at socio-political impacts of contemporary visual art

Art for Health and Wellbeing View details

This course is for all abilities. Learners can set their own and/or join in an actitvity. We will be using and exploring the materials and techniques involved with painting, drawing and mosaicing.

Art for Health and Wellbeing View details

Do you enjoy drawing and painting? Want to improve your skills? This beginner-friendly course is for you. On this course, you’ll: • take inspiration from other artists’ work to create your own, • use drawing techniques, • experiment with new materials, including pastels and acrylics, • paint onto canvas and use watercolours, • look at socio-political impacts of contemporary visual art

Art for Health and Wellbeing View details

Do you enjoy drawing and painting? Want to improve your skills? This beginner-friendly course is for you. On this course, you’ll: • take inspiration from other artists’ work to create your own, • use drawing techniques, • experiment with new materials, including pastels and acrylics, • paint onto canvas and use watercolours, • look at socio-political impacts of contemporary visual art

Art for Relaxation View details

Art for Relaxation' is a course to suit everyone. You don’t need to be good at art! We will be exploring different materials and ideas during this 6 week course. Ali, our tutor,will introduce you to the idea of using art materials to promote relaxation. Once in the flow of creativity you will be amazed how fast time flies. Join us on a Thursday lunchtime for a peaceful and creative experience this spring.

Art for Relaxation View details

Art for Relaxation' is a course to suit everyone. You don’t need to be good at art! We will be exploring different materials and ideas during this 3 week short course. Ali, our tutor,will introduce you to the idea of using art materials to promote relaxation. Once in the flow of creativity you will be amazed how fast time flies. Join us on Friday lunchtime for a peaceful and creative experience this spring.

Art for Relaxation - Sheffield Young Carers Families Project View details

Moving from one medium to another you will be able to find the best for you. In a mindful and meditative way you will begin to create images which will enhance your wellbeing. Developing an understanding of creative practice and the ability to get into 'the flow' you will hopefully experience something new.

Art for Relaxation Taster View details

If you have ever wondered about 'mindfulness' this is the course for you. 'Art for Relaxation' is a taster to suit everyone. You don’t need to be good at art! We will be exploring different materials and ideas during this taster. Ali, our tutor, will introduce you to the idea of using art materials to promote relaxation and meditation. Once in the flow of creativity you will be amazed how fast time flies.

Art for Textiles: part 2 View details

This practical course explores ways of applying a range of techniques introduced in Part 1 (Creative Textile Art) to develop your creative ideas self expression and practice using print, dyes and stitched textile art. Work will be presented in sketchbooks for developing a portfolio.

Art for Wellbeing View details

The course will allow students to gain confidence in painting, developing and improving individual styles. Initially the emphasis will be on working with 'Gouache' (pronounced "gwash"). It can be traced back to ancient Greece. It is an opaque (not transparent) watercolour paint, quick drying and 'white' can be used for mixing. The colours are vivid, it can be worked flat or with layered marks. It may also be diluted for washes or used thickly with a painting knife. It is particularly popular with decorative artists and illustrators.There will be exercises to enable students to practise techniques. Information sheets, demonstrating these methods will be available. Subject matter will be provided and students can bring their own. there will be images from current and historical artists, to inspire and inform the students' own work - It was popular with 20th Century 'modernist' artists.' Matisse was a keen advocate of this medium, such as in his semi-abstract work 'The Snail, 1953'.