Arts & Craft

Explore a different art form each week!

 

The brand new Arts & Craft sessions designed by Alison will make you learn different art forms and create your own art around the work of famous artists.

 

Explore Pop Art with Andy Warhol, Street Art with Banksy and much more!


Your creations will be based on collage themes using every day materials and basic drawing skills.
You should bring with you a pencil, glue, and then as much of these items as you have: paper (coloured if wanted), magazine images, scraps of wallpapers, small pieces of patterned fabric, some newspaper sheet…

 

     How to join - soon

- via Zoom (with or without video)
- via phone (free number)

     Need help with Zoom?

Have a look at this short video we created for you. You do not need to download the Zoom app or to have a Zoom account to join us. If after clicking the link you get a pop-up "Open Zoom meetings" to open the app, just click Cancel and then further down click "Join from your browser" just like on the video. If there's any issue, call us! 07753 948186

     Need a reminder?

 

The event is on our Facebook page. If you click "Participate", you will get a notification when the class starts, and also be notified of the following week's artist in focus. We also created a Messenger group chat just to send reminders the day before. Contact us to get in the loop.

 

COMING SOON

Families welcome

We look forward to seeing you there!

Sheffield ME and Fibromyalgia Group.

Address: 

The Circle

33 Rockingham Lane

Sheffield

S1 4FW

Email: info@sheffieldmegroup.co.uk

Phone: 0114 2536700

Registered Charity: 1095416

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