03 Nov — 23 Dec 2020
In partnership with Who Dares Works we are delivering two eight weeks’ worth of creative workshops to do at home. These workshops are devised by our tutor Jill Pierre, who will guide you through different traditional and experimental drawing and painting techniques and will encourage you to use art materials you can find in your own home to your advantage to discover new ways of working.
BEGINNERS: DRAWING & PAINTING
TUE 3 NOV – TUE 22 DEC 2020
This course will be emailed out on a Tuesday in the form of a PDF resource pack, giving the participants a week to do the course work, with a follow-up call by the tutor Jill Pierre, on the Monday of the following week (between 2.30 – 4.30pm). This workshop is for participants with little or no experience, or who just want to rediscover the basics again, who want to develop their artistic skills and improve their wellbeing through creative activities.
IMPROVERS: DRAWING & PAINTING
WED 4 NOV – WED 23 DEC 2020
This course will be emailed out on a Wednesday in the form of a PDF resource pack, giving the participants a week to do the course work, with a follow-up call by the tutor Jill Pierre, on the Tuesday of the following week (between 2.30 – 4.30pm). This workshop is for participants who have completed the Beginners workshop and want to build on what they’ve learned so far, or who already have a basic knowledge and want to further develop their creative skills, and maintain good mental health through continued creative activity.
If you’re already a Who Dares Works client please contact your mentor to book onto these sessions. If you would like to become a Who Dares Works client please contact [email protected] or call 01872 300236.
Who Dares Works is a project that engages, supports and inspires adults within West Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly who are out of work and distanced from the labour market. The project aims to overcome barriers to participation or progression and reconnect with training, jobsearch and work. In doing the project inspires positive and lasting change for people and communities.
OUR GALLERIES AREE CLOSED
Following updated advice from the Government, both our venues are closed as a temporary measure. We are delivering alternative programmes for as wide an audience as possible during this temporary period of closure, through our website, our social media channels and non-digital means.Join our mailing list to find out more.
Thank you for your understanding, and we hope to welcome you to the galleries again very soon.