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Acrylics for the Terrified

This five week introduction to acrylics is suitable for complete beginners or those who would like to learn from scratch.

Annies autumn craft fair

Annies customers will be displaying and selling their hand made crafts

Evening Sculpture Short Course: 'Head and Shoulders'

Ideal for new or more experienced potters who want to make a sculptural piece- maybe a more abstract piece of work or a figure with your own personal style (without the worry of trying to make a sculpture in the likeness of a model sat in front of you!)

Full Day Workshop: Sculpture/Standing Animal

Saturday 23rd March 2019
In this workshop Krishna will show you how to make a standing animal sculpture.

Interior Design with Mark Beachell

13th June-17th July 2019 (6 weeks)
This course is designed to equip you with the knowledge and skills to approach any interior design project with confidence.

An introduction to Arraiolos with Sonia Santos (long arm cross stitch tapestry)

Arraiolos is a traditional tapestry wool made in the small town of Arraiolos, Portugal, since the middle ages.

Kelham Island Museum

The showcase of the steel city's industrial story - enjoy a great day out full of nostalgia & innovation!

Learning to Draw with Colette Cameron

3rd June-22nd July (7 weeks, break on 17th June)
Anyone can learn to draw. Once we begin to learn to draw the essential nature of the object our natural personal style also appears, like magic.

Plant Sale in Aid of poor schools in Nepal

2-7 PM
Plant Sale in aid of poor schools in Nepal: Sun 6 May and Mon 7 May 2-7 pm, at 12 Fir Street Walkley. 95 bus stop one minute away. Flowers; fruit; veg; Bargains! All welcome; free entry. Tel 234 8202.

Story Pots

Thursdays 2nd May-13th June 2019 (6 weeks)
Create a pot that tells a story.

Taking a Line For a Walk WORKSHOP

Monday 15th April
This workshop is designed with exercises that help you to explore the use of ink with freedom and spontaneity.

Try Sailing for Free

Looking for a new activity or challenge? Why not try sailing? You can enjoy sailing as a family or individually and it can be as relaxing or competitive as you want.

WEA - Abbeydale Writers

This is a course designed to encourage learners to experiment with their writing and to help them to gain confidence through reading their work aloud.

WEA - Award in Support Work in Schools Level 2

This course will give learners an understanding of working in a school setting with children and young people and encourage parents to be actively involved with their children. The course seeks to develop the knowledge and understanding that all those working in a school setting will…

WEA - Contemporary Painting Practice

The aim of this course is to continue to learn about 20th Century art and its influence on contemporary painting practice, in order to apply knowledge to create individual works of art using a variety of media. This course is designed for those wishing to…

WEA - English for Speakers of Other Languages (ESOL) Entry 2 Speaking and Listening

This course will build on the speaking and listening skills you learned at Entry 1. This course leads to a City & Guilds Entry 2 Speaking and Listening qualification. We will use real life situations to ask questions and get information, listen for the general…

WEA - Fused Glass for Beginners Course

This course provides a basic introduction to fused glass skills and knowledge and raising awareness of designing and developing ideas for making work. Learners will be able to make decorative items in glass like coasters, wall hangings and bowls. Glass is cut and decorated with…

WEA - Photography for Beginners

The course aims to introduce students to a range of basic digital photography skills through practical use of the camera functions and create compelling images through use of compositional elements. This course provides a fun introduction to the art of digital photography. Each session will…

WEA - Pottery for All

An introduction to ceramic skills and knowledge to help you to design and create your own work. Learners will be able to make vessels and sculpture in clays and use a variety of techniques to decorate work. The work will be completed by glazing. Learners…

WEA - Skills for Volunteers Course

The course will develop your skills, knowledge and confidence to be an effective volunteer. It provides the opportunity to explore and prepare for local volunteering opportunities. This inspirational course focuses on your skills and experience and helps you to develop them further to be a…

WEA - Tai Chi for All

This course will aim to progress learners in Tai Chi in a supportive and nurturing manner in order to encourage and stimulate stamina, improve flexibility, breathing,  to manage stress in a natural and non-intrusive way. Soft and gentle movements combined with a set breathing pattern…

WEA - Ukulele and folk fun

We will learn all the basic chords on the ukulele as well as some instrumental pieces in a wide range of styles. We will also learn performance skills and learn to read entry level music and tablature. Book today by quoting the reference code: C3672920 …

WEA – Confidence to Succeed / Deaf Literacy

You Deaf? You BSL? Do you want to improve your English and BSL? Come to the WEA Deaf Literacy class in Sheffield. BSL will be used throughout with a Deaf tutor.

WEA – Confidence to Succeed Deaf ICT

This course aims to provide Deaf learners the skills to develop online video media in British Sign Language (BSL) using smartphones and tablets. For Deaf people, British Sign Language (BSL) is their first language. BSL is a visual language and it has no written format.…
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