Inspired: Creative Learning Student Exhibition

Exhibition |
18th January 2020 – 29th February 2020

By Creative Learning Students | Intro Café Gallery | Sat 18 Jan – Sat 29 Feb

Annual student exhibition to showcase what Learners achieve by attending our Adult Education Courses and Workshops. Each piece of work represents an individual journey of exploration through art.

Below are some thoughts from our fantastic exhibitors!

Relief & Intaglio Printmaking

The tutor, Penny Hunt, proved an excellent teacher and guided us clearly through five different methods of creative prints. My fellow students were friendly and supportive and the class had a very positive atmosphere.

– Jude


Chris’s pottery classes provide a few hours of calm in an otherwise busy week. They provide the chance to learn new skills, make useful and/or beautiful things and generally enjoy the incredible versatility of clay!

– Alison

Darkroom Photography

The course enabled me to move my creative work into another dimension and opened up a whole story book of possibilities. Coupled with enthusiastic teaching and making new friendships. I would recommend this course to anyone.

– Kate

Expressive Mark Making

What I experienced from this course was a sense of freedom which I found truly liberating.

– Jaqueline


18th January 2020 – 29th February 2020

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