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Absolute Beginners: Watercolour Painting with Flora Menager

Mondays, 3rd June- 22nd July (8 weeks)
This fun introductory course is perfect for those who want to take their first exciting steps into the wonderful world of watercolour

Art for Lunch with Mark Beachell

Tuesdays 11th June- 16th July (6 weeks)
A series of informal and engaging talks around art.

Art Talks: How to Actually Understand Thing Made to Look At!

Tuesdays 23rd April-21st May 2019 (5 weeks)
A series of informal and engaging talks around art. Starting with an illustrated talk, each session will open out into a discussion around the topic.

Burnishing and Sawdust Firing

Wednesdays 5th June-17th July 2019 (6 weeks)
Burnishing clay is a process that has been used for thousands of years to seal the surface of pots before the discovery of glazes, improving their ability to hold water.

Ceramic Garden

Wednesdays 24th April-22nd May 2019 (5 weeks)
A course for all levels of ability from the complete beginner to the experienced potter you will be introduced to a variety of hand building and decorative techniques to create items that will enhance your summer garden.

Chatterbooks Reading Group - Crystal Peaks Library

2nd Friday in the month
For those who enjoy reading, games, quizzes and many more fun activities.  Please contact the library staff for more information.    Age  8 - 11 years Cost: Free.

Chores Presented by Hoopla Clique and Cluster Arts

Fri 31st May 1pm.
Two excitable brothers are definitely, probably, maybe, just about to, almost, at some stage, going to do the chores their mother has asked them to do…

Crafting the Short Story: Adventures in Creative Reading and Writing

Thursdays 6:15pm to 8:15pm, beginning March 14 2019 (10 Weeks)
On this 10 week course we'll read some of the best short fiction from round the world and use this as inspiration and a teaching tool for your own writing. You will meet others with a passion for literature and flex your imagination and creativity. Build your confidence and analytical skills through weekly structured reading and writing exercises.

Daytime Pottery for Beginners

Wednesdays 1st May-24th July 2019 (12 weeks)
A chance to learn all the basics of hand crafting techniques in 12 weeks. 

Daytime Pottery Projects

Mondays 13th May-22nd July (10 sessions) Fridays 3rd May-26th July (12 sessions)
Following on from the beginners class, this course is for students who want to develop their hand-building and decorative ideas further.

Digital Camera Club: Taster Session with Paula Kirby

Wednesday 22nd May
Want to get the best out of your camera but don't know how? Then this workshop is for you.

Drawing Techniques: People, Places and Things with Flora Menager

Saturdays 2nd- 16th March (3 weeks)
Drawing is a fundamental skill in art, whether you are an absolute beginner or looking to refresh your skills and improve your painting.

Drawing Wildlife Up Close

Monday 15th April OR Monday 20th May
An opportunity for observational drawing in the studio. We will be working from stuffed animals on loan from Museums Sheffield.

Drawing Wildlife Up Close with Carl Flint

Monday 20th May 2019
An opportunity for observational drawing in the studio. We will be working from stuffed animals on loan from Museums Sheffield. This is the perfect opportunity to get up close and personal with your subject!

Drop In Wheel Sessions

Every Tuesday 5.30pm to 6.30pm
An hour tutor-led session, for absolute beginners to intermediate learners to experiment and have fun throwing on the wheel. Also available to students on one of our courses who just wants some more time to practice.

Evening Pottery

30th April-8th July 2019 (10 sessions)
For the complete beginner, this course explores the basics of hand-built ceramics through a variety of techniques and intricate decorating practices.

Exploring Themes and Techniques- Watercolour with Flora Menager

Mondays 3rd June- 22nd July (8 wk) or Fridays 7th June-19th July (7 wk)
This course teaches watercolour techniques through four classic themes: Fruit and Vegetables, Insects and Flowers, People in Landscapes, and Birds.

Inspired by Clarice Cliff's Ceramics with Amanda Packham

Thursdays 11.00am to 1.00pm, 10 January to 14 February 2019 (6 sessions)
In the first of a new series of short courses for Thursday mornings, explore the world of Clarice Cliff’s Ceramics. Renowned and ultimately collectable.

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.

Jessops Superheroes 2019

Sponsored 2.5k family walk, buggy push, toddle or trike. Join our army of extraordinary families and raise funds to help babies and their families in the Jessop Wing maternity hospital.

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.

Life Drawing Class with Flora Menager

Wednesday 22nd May 2019
Flora's life drawing classes aim to help beginner and intermediate participants build confidence by providing tips and techniques to help represent the figure on paper.
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