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Sip and Create: Initial Pictures

Friday 10th May 2019
An Introduction to Arraiolos (are-rye-oh-loosh). Arraiolos is a traditional tapestry wool made in the small town of Arraiolos, Portugal since the middle ages.

Sip and Stitch

Friday 22nd March OR Friday 26th April
Come along to Sip and Stich and make your own gorgeous little felt mice.

Spring/Summer Landscapes with Mark Beachell

Tuesdays 26th Feb- 26th March (5 weeks) or 4th June- 23rd July (8 weeks)
Mark will lead you through the techniques of artists such as Turner, David Hockney, the Impressionists and lesser-known local artists such as Stanley Royle. Focusing on using acrylics you will be shown how the masters worked and how to interpret these techniques into a style all of your own.

Story Pots

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

Teapots, Jugs & Mugs

Thursdays 9th May-18th July 2019 (10 sessions)
This course will allow you to make a teapot and your choice of mugs and jugs using a variety of hand-building techniques (pinching, coiling, slab building and press moulds).

Under 5s Story and Rhyme Time - Highfield Library

Tuesdays 11.15am - 12.00pm term time only
When: Tuesdays, term time only Times: 11.15am - 1200.pm Ages: Under 5years Song, story and small craft session for children under 5 years. This is a drop-in session, no need to book.

Water Colour Skies

Monday 13th May OR Monday 20th May
Skies are key to any landscape painting and help set the mood through lighting and colour.
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