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The Art House is a beautiful building, fully equipped with pottery and art studios, exhibition space and workshop rooms to create a place of learning, inspiration, friendship and belonging. All of our tutors are skilled, experienced and knowledgeable in their field of expertise and know how…
A friendly art group with qualified tutor. Meets in S8 (Monday).
The British Sugarcraft Guild is a non-profit-making organisation dedicated to the art of sugarcraft. We have demonstrators & workshops. Annual membership costs £45 and includes membership of the National Sugarcraft Guild and the Sheffield branch. Visitors are welcome for £4 per visit. (Please check these…
Join us and try new things or share your skills.
0114 249 6315
Bring along your latest project (knitting, crochet, embroidery, patchwork, etc.) and share your hobby with like-minded people. This is an informal and relaxed session suitable for crafters of all levels, including beginners. Contact Ann at the library for more information.
If you have some knowledge of weaving materials, be it willow, rush, grass, or even string, and would like to make items like baskets or bowls with an informal and friendly group of people, we would love to see you.
Grenoside Art Group is an amateur art group for people aged 18 years and over with one exhibition held each year. Meets in S35 (Wednesday).
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Hallam Art Group is a section of the Hallam Community and Youth Association based in the Lodge Moor area on the Western edge of Sheffield. It is well established art group with some 70 active members. There is no selection process to join and all…
Loopy’s Place is a creative space providing opportunities to indulge in creative activities to boost mental health. Join Jane in monthly Craft & Chat sessions, Craft Workshops & Sew Days. Learn new skills, connect with like-minded people, and escape the pressures of everyday life. Loopy’s Place is a supportive community for anyone who wants to explore creativity and look after their mental health.
Nick has been folding paper since the early 80's and has been a member of the British Origami Society for over 30 years. He has served on their council for over 25 years. He is editor of their bimonthly magazine and maintains their web site.…