Get creative this summer
The University of Wolverhampton is throwing its doors open to the public this summer for a host of creative classes and workshops.
The University’s School of Art and Design, in Waterloo Road, is to host a two week programme of bespoke courses and workshops in a wide range of subjects.
These range from pot throwing to jewellery making.
Dr Byrony Conway, Dean of the School of Art and Design, said: “By taking part in one of the numerous courses available, people will have access to excellent facilities and workshops, which are considered to be amongst the finest in the UK.
“You will be taught by industry professionals and international practitioners, who will help you to discover how exciting and rewarding working in the creative arts can be.”
Courses vary in price and will be run in the following areas:
- Black and white photography
- Contemporary photographic practice
- Creative screen print for textiles
- Fashion and beauty masterclass
- Introduction to ceramic methods: throwing
- Introduction to computer games design
- Introduction to jewellery and silversmithing
- Introduction to life drawing
- Introduction to raku
- Introduction to screen printing
- Introduction to specialist make up skills
- Introduction to stone setting and advanced jewellery skills
- Life drawing in colour
To book your place on any of these courses please visit: www.wlv.ac.uk/sadstore for more information.
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