Taking place on Monday, Wednesday and Friday starting from 20 July, a 6-week summer programme for young people aged 12-15, offering creative activities to support well-being and to develop a range of skills before returning to school in September. The programme is designed to encourage young people to explore their own creativity, to take pride in what they have achieved and to share with their friends and families.
Monday 20, 27 July, 3, 10, 17, 24 Aug (11-1pm)
Create your own voice!
Introducing the idea of creative writing, these sessions encourage early teens to explore individual thoughts and stories during this unique time in history using different writing styles and genres. Writing will be put together as a visual presentation in September. Lead by Kara Bignell-Bird, who has 25 years teaching experience in English and creative writing in collaboration with other experienced tutors.
Wednesday 22, 29 July, 5, 12, 19, 26 Aug (11-1pm)
Get your voice heard!
By introducing the revolutionary responses of past artists to their times, young people will be encouraged to respond to their current changing world through art. Enjoy the freedom to create, express and explore through the making of collages, posters and fanzines, which will be exhibited in September. Led by Natasha Rand who teaching art for more than 20 years, now running creative agency creation-generation.org
Working in collaboration with published illustrator Boswell.
Zine Making Workshop
Wed 5 & 12 August (2-4pm)
Create a zine from start to finish using DIY methods and hands on printing techniques.You can make zines about any subject you like, add images, text or anything you feel to make a unique creation. Come and join Boswell graffiti artist and zine maker who will guide you through the process and create your own zine to take away.
* If you already booked the Art Club, this workshop is included.
Friday 24, 31 July, 7, 14, 21, 28 Aug (11am – 1pm)
Make your own noise!
From basic electronic theory to computer technology – teens will learn to build/design electronic circuits, programme and experiment with music technology. Focussing on sound/noise, they will build basic synthesisers, effect units and experiment recording/manipulating digital sounds. They will develop their own projects and contribute to a collaborative audiovisual work – part of ‘Chaotic Behavior’, an initiative to promote electronic music for all. Led by Stephen Ives from Eastville Project Space, who has more than 20 years experience in teaching and electronic music performance/production.
£80 each for joining all 6 weekly sessions of each club, including materials.
£30 each for joining 2 weekly sessions – Zine Making Workshop
6 places only for each club, first come first served. BOOK BY 15 JULY
Email firstname.lastname@example.org or
fill in the online registration form https://forms.gle/mjZaJfMu3M2c3gbx5
We will confirm your place by the 17 July the latest.
All workshop leaders equipped with qualifications and experience in working with young people in their specialist subject area, with CRB check and safeguarding training.
Safeguarding & Covid-19 policy
We take safety as the highest priority and strictly follow the government guideline on Covid-19.
All students and workshop leaders will be kept 2 metres apart all time. Gloves and facemask are recommended, hand-sanitiser is available on-site. Risk assessment and policy is available on request.
Access & equality
Please contact us if there are access needs, i.e. wheelchair users.