Fenland Community Arts are excited to present our short course programme for Autumn – Spring 2018/19 – details for the summer term to follow soon!
Courses are open to people who live in March, Wisbech and the surrounding areas and are FREE of charge to adults 19+ on means-tested benefits or on low incomes and/or who have experience of mental ill-health or face other challenges.
8 WEEK SHORT COURSES
Take a step into the world of Environmental Art with Jane Thewlis and discover a world of unconventional art materials on your doorstep, experiment with ways to stitch these natural materials together to create small scale sculptures.
Wednesdays, 31st Oct – 19th Dec 2018, 1.45 – 4.45pm
March Library, City Road, March PE15 9LT
Acoustic Guitar for Beginners
Mondays, 29th Oct – 17th Dec 2018, 10am – 1pm
Rosmini Centre, 69a Queens Rd, Wisbech PE13 2PH
Drama: An Introduction
Re-awaken your imagination and play make-believe with John Shields in this introductory drama course. Explore drama games, improvisation and script work to have fun, develop performance skills and increase your confidence.
Tuesdays, 29th Jan – 26th March 2019, 1.30 – 4.30pm
Queen Mary Centre, Queens Rd, Wisbech, PE13 2PE
The Language of Paint
Explore creative painting and individual expression on this intuitive painting course suitable for all levels. Dan Donovan will bring out the artist in you, helping you develop your own unique style and learn the language of paint.
Wednesdays, 30th Jan – 27th March 2019, 10am – 1pm
March Community Centre, 34 Station Rd, March PE15 8LE
Call or text Syrah on 07707 972721 for more info and/or download an Expression of Interest FCA 18-19 form to apply. Return via email to: email@example.com or by post to: FCA Course Enquiries, c/o Richmond Fellowship, Old School Buildings, 23 Dartford Road. March, PE15 8AN.
All courses will be run by experienced and talented artists, performers and producers who live in the area. If you are interested in becoming a tutor please let us know.
A pilot of this project in 2017-18 was generously supported by The Evelyn Trust.