art and design course to begin in Highbridge this week
unique art and design course that aims to help people create Buddhist
and Hindu art will be held in Highbridge later this month.
fun 'first steps' sessions on creating Mandala artwork will start
on 17th September and last for five sessions of two hours.
the short course you will be shown examples of Mandala art and
learn about their history. You will be presented with a wide selection
of pre-designed Mandalas to colour and paint and a varied selection
of colourful source books to view," said Richard Mathews
from the organisers Sedgemoor Community Partnership.
the second part of this course you will be encouraged to create
your own personal Mandala design. Experience in drawing and design
is not a requirement - you will have lots of guidance and support
from the tutor to enable you to create an attractive and meaningful
sessions will be run at Morland Hall in Highbridge by Sedgemoor
Community Partnership for 19+ local applicants.
will need to complete an enrolment form and an Individual Learning
Plan. To book a place, pick up an enrolment form/details from
either Morland Hall in Pearce Drive, Highbridge any Friday or
contact Richard Mathews on 07827 647856 or email email@example.com
or visit Somerset Skills and Learning in Princess Street, Burnham.
sessions will be held each Monday morning from 17th September
until Monday 15th October from 10.30am - 12.30pm. Attendance will
be required at each session.
Sedgemoor Community Partnership provides priority to people who
can demonstrate they are in receipt of benefits, on low income
or are not currently in work. For
those who do not qualify for the free course, the total workshop
cost is £40. A material cost of £3.00 is also applicable
to all learners.
Dibble will lead the training. After studying and working in Art
and Design, she specialises in various art forms and teaches the
subject regularly at adult classes in Somerset.