South Warwickshire Workshops
Creative Workshop Venues
Stratford upon Avon
The Old Slaughterhouse, Sheep Street CV37 6EE
Adult Arts Workshops (over 16) Wednesdays 10am – 1pm
Imagine Workshops (over 60’s) Mondays 1.30pm – 4pm
Clifford Chambers Garden Centre Community Room (over 16) Tuesdays 11am - 1pm
Paper Moon (adults with learning disabilities) Tuesdays 1.30pm – 3pm
Sydni Centre, Cottage Square, CV31 1PT
Crafty Club (adults with learning disabilities) Thursdays 10am - 12pm
Current Programmes - Changing Landscapes
Over the next two years Escape is offering a new program of creative sessions called Changing Landscapes, funded by Arts Council England, taking a creative look at the ‘fabric of our lives’. Using our local memories and heritage together with music and arts to enrich & inspire and learn something new about the landscapes of our lives.
Autumn Trip: To Compton Verney to visit 50's Style Exhibition - Wednesday September 14th open to all participants.
Monday 'Imagine' group: Julie de Bastion - printmaking over six weeks starting 12th Sept 2016
Tuesday Clifford Chambers Group: Ros Ingram - ceramics starting 13th Sept
Wednesday Adult group: Kate Wiltshire - sketching & painting starting 7th Sept (Please not due to the Compton Verney Trip the workshop session will not take place on on Wednesday 14th Sept)
Wednesday Bidford group: Carey Moon - mosaics starting Wednesday 7th Sept
Thursday Sydni Centre Group: Emma Caplin - Design in Collage starting 8th Sept
‘Growing up by the River’ – exploring the shared experiences of people growing up in different communities through textiles, ceramics and introduction to sketching and painting.
‘Bread – Serving a Feast’. a 'flavoursome' project exploring the history of food traditions, recipes, foraging, cooking and sharing, involving textiles, sculpture, recipe books and utensils as part of an inter-community series based on, rationing, childhood memories and cultural backgrounds .
‘Women working’s’ looking at the changes to our lives and communities as a result of womens working lives.