heritage day at MKAC. Drop in free workshop

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Heritage Open Day

Sunday 10 September 2017
Free Drop-in Workshops, 11am–3pm

Available sessions: 
Session A: 11am–12pm
Session B: 12:30pm–1:30pm
Session C: 2pm–3pm

 

Jewellery demo

Heritage Open Day

Sunday 10 September 2017
Free Drop-in Workshops, 11am–3pm

Available sessions: 
Session A: 11am–12pm
Session B: 12:30pm–1:30pm
Session C: 2pm–3pm

Nature inspired still life drawing with Sara Myers, suitable for all abilities, minimum age 6 years.
 
Hand building in ceramics with Gabrielle Radiguet, suitable for all abilities, minimum age 6 years. 

Twisted ring making with Alex Smith, suitable for all abilities, minumum age 16 years and over.

Constructing bird boxes with guest artsit Izzy Parker, suitable for all abilities, minimum age 6 years. 
Due to limited availability, families must participate together. 

Heritage Open Day
Free Drop-in Workshops
Sunday 10 September, 11am–3pm

In partnership with The Parks Trust and Great Linford Open Day, Milton Keynes Arts Centre is pleased to present a day of drop-in workshops in Life Drawing, Ceramics and Jewellery making across our specialist workshops and studio spaces, with a one-off bird box workshop taking place on the courtyard.

Spaces are available on a first come, first served basis. 

Available sessions: 
Session A: 11am–12pm
Session B: 12:30pm–1:30pm
Session C: 2pm–3pm

Life Drawing, suitable for all abilities, minimum age 6 years. 
Nature inspired still life drawing with Sara Myers in the Art Room

Ceramics, suitable for all abilities, minimum age 6 years.
Hand building in ceramics with Gabrielle Radiguet in the Ceramic Studio

Jewellery, suitable for all abilities, minumum age 16 years and over.
Twisted ring making with Alex Smith in the Jewellery Studio

Sculpture, suitable for all abilities, minimum age 6 years. 
Due to limited availability, families must participate together.
Constructing bird boxes with guest artsit Izzy Parker on the Courtyard 

Children must be accompained by an adult at all times.

Milton Keynes Arts Centre is a multidisciplinary arts centre set in the historic grounds of Linford Manor Park. We present a programme of exhibitions, live events and educational activities inspired by our unique location. We provide access to specialist resources and the space to explore new ideas and directions in the development of craft, design and the visual arts.

Creative Learning
Milton Keynes Arts Centre presents professional artist-led Creative Learning for adults and children from within our specialist workshops and studios. Courses are suitable for all levels from beginner to experienced, running across weekdays and weekends, offering a broad range of specialist learning in;

Ceramics
Life Drawing
Jewellery
Sculpture
Illustration
Photography
Drawing and Painting
Watercolours
Oil Painting

All of our artist leaders are DBS checked
For more information on our adult and child Creative Learning courses, please get in touch.

Contact us
Milton Keynes Arts Centre 
Parklands
Great Linford MK14 5DZ
hello@miltonkeynesartscentre.org 
01908 608108
@MKArtsCentre  

Milton Keynes Arts Centre Heritage Open Day Sunday 10 September 2017 has been supported by funding from MK Community Foundation

 

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