At only £8 per hour Colour Wheel Art Classes are 14 week part time adult art classes for beginners and improvers. Each class is 3 hours a week and you can choose from a morning or an afternoon class at two locations.
Our classes are held at Stanbrook Abbey in Worcester and at The Abbey Hotel in Malvern.
Tuesday am (9.30-12.30) - The Abbey Hotel, Malvern
Tuesday pm (1.30-4.30) - The Abbey Hotel, Malvern
This 8 week knitting course is for complete or near beginners.
The focus will be on gaining a thorough grounding in knitting techniques so that you can go on to enjoy this craft independently after the course has finished. You'll learn how to hold your needles and yarn; cast on; control your yarn tension and create the key stitches needed to get you going and progress.
Your tutor, Philippa, is very patient and friendly and...
This course is suitable for those of you who run your own business, or even a small arts charity, and need to market your services and/or products online.
You will learn how to use different platforms effectively; create visual and written content and develop valuable online relationships with customers. The focus will be on persuading clients, and potential clients, to make a 'call to action' so that they are encouraged to book your services or...
4 Week Course - 8th/15th/22nd/29th June
An introduction to painting, focusing on differing approaches to observational and imaginative work. The children will learn how to organise a palette, mix colours and create different textures, as well as understanding the colour wheel. Each week the children will learn about different types of paints and how they are used, what paper they are used on, and how you can apply them.
They will also experiment with a...
- Next course on 2nd September 2019
Tutor: Martin McAssey.
Martin is a professionally qualified teacher with many year’s experience of teaching stained glass classes.
Martin runs courses throughout the year; all courses are run with a maximum of twelve students ensuring that each student receives individual attention. Each student has use of a workbench with all the tools and equipment they will need while taking part in the course.
Project one: Tiffany stained glass window hanging
For your first project you...
All levels from beginner to experienced are very welcome at the studio. We teach various aspects of ceramics from hand building, sculpture, throwing on the wheel, and a range of decorating and glazing techniques. This is to ensure that everybody is able to experience all methods and will be rewarded by taking some beautifully hand-built and designed pieces away with them at the end of the course.
There are always two teachers present per class...
Learn to sew - set of 4 complete beginners workshops, run over 2 days in Worcester.
Get to know your sewing machine, and make a project each week.
If you are new to sewing, looking to take up a new hobby, or return to sewing, this is the course for you. Four x individual 3hr workshops where you will get to know your machine, and learn how to make an item each week.
This is a weekly course designed for both beginners and people with more experience who want help and guidance to complete a project.
Morning sessions available on Mondays, Tuesdays and Wednesdays 9:30am-12
Bring your own item of furniture to be upholstered.
You can buy a footstool frame and all the materials needed to completely traditionally upholster your stool.
The course is run from my workshop based in central Bristol, with a maximum of 4 students...
Half-day Japanese Kintsugi workshop
Kintsugi is the magical Japanese art of repairing broken pots with gold. This workshop will involve learning some traditional and modern skills of repairing ceramics.
The session will start with using handmade marbled paper, 24k gold leaf and gold thread as we learn about this ancient traditional art. We will then work with a variety of ceramics which will be lovingly repaired using lacquer and gold metal powder. Each piece restored...
Learn the collagraph printmaking process, using pieces of litter collected from rural Herefordshire and Worcestershire. Create textured prints using a hand operated roller press, then combine your collagraphs with hand drawn or painted detail, or take them home as is.