• QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    POTTERY with Helen Neighbour
    Every Tuesday, 10:00am – 12:00pm

    For ages 16+

    An opportunity for students to explore, experiment and develop different finishes and glazes in order to add a particular touch to their pots.

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    BEADED JEWELLERY (Untutored)
    Every Tuesday, 10:30am – 12:30pm

    For ages 16+

    The class is an informal session exploring the art of making beaded jewellery, with the emphasis on developing skills in a fun, friendly atmosphere.

    The class will be running as untutored for the next term and is suitable for experienced students.

    Occasionally the group runs a fun competition (participation optional).

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    POTTERY with Joyce Hill
    Every Tuesday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm

    For ages 16+

    What is pottery? Making something you can enjoy and/or use out of clay, a natural substance. It is versatile and tactile and an extremely exciting medium.

    All of us are able to be creative, be it with clay, a paint brush, a garden fork, a sewing needle, woodwork tools or cookery equipment. If you’ve never done any pottery before, why not give it a try? If you have and would like to continue to develop your skills, then come along and get involved.

    Queens Park Arts Centre has excellent facilities. A bright room contains four pottery wheels, two good work tables, stools and plenty of tools. The adjoining room is an area used for applying glazes prior to the final firing.

    Pottery sessions at the Centre are mostly tutored, some students having a lot of experience, some having none. This Tuesday afternoon session is tutored by Joyce Hill.

    Pottery classes at Queens Park Arts Centre are different to adult education in that you do not have to sign up for a term. You can try things out for a few weeks without commitment.

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    LIFE DRAWING with Ellie Kirkup
    Every Tuesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

    For ages 16+

    Tuesday evening Lifedrawing sessions are open to all levels of experience and ability. We will have the chance to draw from a model in a variety of short and longer poses.

    If you are brand new to life drawing, Ellie will provide all of the guidance you need to get started and plenty of ideas for developing your drawing. Artists with more experience are welcome to come along and simply draw.

    Please being your own choice of drawing materials. If you are new or in need of inspiration we recommend charcoal, several sheets of large (A2) sugar paper and a putty rubber. Materials can be purchased from the arts centre reception desk before the start of a session.

    Ellie has been practising life drawing for ten years and is enthusiastic about keeping experimenting with drawing. She likes to work from other artists, life drawing and everyday life to explore interesting new ways to draw.

    PLEASE NOTE: Students must sign in at Reception before setting up in the Painting Studio.

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    POTTERY (Untutored)
    Every Tuesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

    For ages 16+

    An untutored pottery class for experienced ceramicists to work on their projects, including wheel work, hand-building and glazing.

    Click here for term dates and opening times.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    POTTERY with Helen Neighbour
    Every Tuesday, 10:00am – 12:00pm

    For ages 16+

    An opportunity for students to explore, experiment and develop different finishes and glazes in order to add a particular touch to their pots.

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    BEADED JEWELLERY (Untutored)
    Every Tuesday, 10:30am – 12:30pm

    For ages 16+

    The class is an informal session exploring the art of making beaded jewellery, with the emphasis on developing skills in a fun, friendly atmosphere.

    The class will be running as untutored for the next term and is suitable for experienced students.

    Occasionally the group runs a fun competition (participation optional).

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    POTTERY with Joyce Hill
    Every Tuesday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm

    For ages 16+

    What is pottery? Making something you can enjoy and/or use out of clay, a natural substance. It is versatile and tactile and an extremely exciting medium.

    All of us are able to be creative, be it with clay, a paint brush, a garden fork, a sewing needle, woodwork tools or cookery equipment. If you’ve never done any pottery before, why not give it a try? If you have and would like to continue to develop your skills, then come along and get involved.

    Queens Park Arts Centre has excellent facilities. A bright room contains four pottery wheels, two good work tables, stools and plenty of tools. The adjoining room is an area used for applying glazes prior to the final firing.

    Pottery sessions at the Centre are mostly tutored, some students having a lot of experience, some having none. This Tuesday afternoon session is tutored by Joyce Hill.

    Pottery classes at Queens Park Arts Centre are different to adult education in that you do not have to sign up for a term. You can try things out for a few weeks without commitment.

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    LIFE DRAWING with Ellie Kirkup
    Every Tuesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

    For ages 16+

    Tuesday evening Lifedrawing sessions are open to all levels of experience and ability. We will have the chance to draw from a model in a variety of short and longer poses.

    If you are brand new to life drawing, Ellie will provide all of the guidance you need to get started and plenty of ideas for developing your drawing. Artists with more experience are welcome to come along and simply draw.

    Please being your own choice of drawing materials. If you are new or in need of inspiration we recommend charcoal, several sheets of large (A2) sugar paper and a putty rubber. Materials can be purchased from the arts centre reception desk before the start of a session.

    Ellie has been practising life drawing for ten years and is enthusiastic about keeping experimenting with drawing. She likes to work from other artists, life drawing and everyday life to explore interesting new ways to draw.

    PLEASE NOTE: Students must sign in at Reception before setting up in the Painting Studio.

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    POTTERY (Untutored)
    Every Tuesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

    For ages 16+

    An untutored pottery class for experienced ceramicists to work on their projects, including wheel work, hand-building and glazing.

    Click here for term dates and opening times.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    POTTERY with Helen Neighbour
    Every Tuesday, 10:00am – 12:00pm

    For ages 16+

    An opportunity for students to explore, experiment and develop different finishes and glazes in order to add a particular touch to their pots.

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    BEADED JEWELLERY (Untutored)
    Every Tuesday, 10:30am – 12:30pm

    For ages 16+

    The class is an informal session exploring the art of making beaded jewellery, with the emphasis on developing skills in a fun, friendly atmosphere.

    The class will be running as untutored for the next term and is suitable for experienced students.

    Occasionally the group runs a fun competition (participation optional).

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    POTTERY with Joyce Hill
    Every Tuesday, 2:00pm – 4:00pm

    For ages 16+

    What is pottery? Making something you can enjoy and/or use out of clay, a natural substance. It is versatile and tactile and an extremely exciting medium.

    All of us are able to be creative, be it with clay, a paint brush, a garden fork, a sewing needle, woodwork tools or cookery equipment. If you’ve never done any pottery before, why not give it a try? If you have and would like to continue to develop your skills, then come along and get involved.

    Queens Park Arts Centre has excellent facilities. A bright room contains four pottery wheels, two good work tables, stools and plenty of tools. The adjoining room is an area used for applying glazes prior to the final firing.

    Pottery sessions at the Centre are mostly tutored, some students having a lot of experience, some having none. This Tuesday afternoon session is tutored by Joyce Hill.

    Pottery classes at Queens Park Arts Centre are different to adult education in that you do not have to sign up for a term. You can try things out for a few weeks without commitment.

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    LIFE DRAWING with Ellie Kirkup
    Every Tuesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

    For ages 16+

    Tuesday evening Lifedrawing sessions are open to all levels of experience and ability. We will have the chance to draw from a model in a variety of short and longer poses.

    If you are brand new to life drawing, Ellie will provide all of the guidance you need to get started and plenty of ideas for developing your drawing. Artists with more experience are welcome to come along and simply draw.

    Please being your own choice of drawing materials. If you are new or in need of inspiration we recommend charcoal, several sheets of large (A2) sugar paper and a putty rubber. Materials can be purchased from the arts centre reception desk before the start of a session.

    Ellie has been practising life drawing for ten years and is enthusiastic about keeping experimenting with drawing. She likes to work from other artists, life drawing and everyday life to explore interesting new ways to draw.

    PLEASE NOTE: Students must sign in at Reception before setting up in the Painting Studio.

    This session runs every week during term time. Click here for term dates.

    • QPC

    PLEASE NOTE: Following changes to our programme in light of COVID-19 guidance, this class must now be booked in advance. Click here for full guidelines and protocols concerning COVID-19.

    All attendees must take out membership with the Centre in order to attend a workshop. Please click here to add membership to your booking.

    POTTERY (Untutored)
    Every Tuesday, 7:00pm – 9:00pm

    For ages 16+

    An untutored pottery class for experienced ceramicists to work on their projects, including wheel work, hand-building and glazing.

    Click here for term dates and opening times.