Design

Print Making

Print Making

18+, Wednesdays 19.00 - 21.00

This course covers a full introduction to lino, mono and collograph printmaking techniques working with full instruction from a professional printmaker. This course can be taken as a standalone course, but studying for more than one term allows students to specialise in one or two techniques, to fully explore the process and develop their artwork further. Suitable for complete beginners or those with some knowledge of printmaking. 24th April - 17th July (12 weeks, £228)

Tutor: Sean Myers

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Interior Design

Interior Design

18+, Thursdays 11.00 - 14.00

Have you ever dreamed of owning a home that would sit comfortably on the pages of a glossy magazine? Newcomers are invited to come join us and learn the tricks of the trade to make your interior design scheme crackle and pop. We will consider user requirements, design and different ways to communicate your ideas. We will also explore how a fresh look at space planning, ergonomics, colour, light, construction and soft furnishings can revitalise your home. 25th April - 23rd May (5 weeks, £152.50)

Tutor: Keith Clarke

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Interior Design Continued

Interior Design Continued

18+, Tuesdays 11.45 - 14.00

This follow-on course will consider how the study of small/large scale refurbishment, the regulatory framework, and client need and visual material, including colour and lighting, will elevate the quality of your design proposals. You will be supported with details of an existing building and encouraged, through a series of small group and individual discussions, to create a design for a home. 23rd April - 21st May (5 weeks, £112.50)

Tutor: Keith Clarke

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Fashion Jewellery Making

Fashion Jewellery Making

18+, Mondays 19.30 - 21.30

This course will teach you how to make fashionable eye-catching hoop or drop earrings, bracelets, necklaces and rings incorporating an assortment of beads, findings, chains, charms and recycled objects. You will learn basic stringing, knotting and wire wrapping techniques, looking at trends and current designers to create original and unique pieces. You will also be given a set project, exploring and experimenting with laminating paper and fabric to produce funky pendants. You will learn how to use basic jewellery terminology, tools and techniques safely and gain the skills needed which will enable you to make your first collection. This course is suitable for a mixture of abilities – whether you’re interested in jewellery making as a hobby or wish to take your work onto a higher level. A list of tools, suppliers and books will be handed out to each student at the beginning of the course. Tools & Materials will be supplied. 29th April - 22nd July (11 weeks, £220)

Tutor: Cordelia Stewart

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