Fenland Community Arts

We are really excited to be launching Fenland Community Arts in 2018!

Join us for a series of short creative courses (3 hours per week for 6 weeks) in a variety of art-forms in March and Wisbech between February and July 2018.  These will be on offer to people who live in March, Wisbech and the surrounding areas and will be free of charge to adults 19+ on means-tested benefits who have experience of mental ill-health or face other challenges.

 

FREE SHORT COURSES

The Language of Paint

Explore creative painting and individual expression with Dan Donovan.  Suitable for all levels, no experience required, Dan will bring out the artist in you, helping you develop your own unique style and learn the language of painting and drawing

Tuesdays, 1.30-4.30pm, 13 February – 20 March 2018, The Queen Mary Centre, Queen’s Rd, Wisbech, PE13 2PE

Drama: an introduction

Re-awaken your imagination and play make-believe in this introductory drama course with John Shields.  Play drama games and explore improvisation and scripts to have fun, develop performance skills and increase your confidence

Mondays 1.30-4.30pm, 19 February – 26th March, March Town Hall, Market Place, March, PE15 9JF

More courses to follow in Spring / Summer, including Environmental Art & Music Production!  

Call or text Syrah on 07707 972721 for more info and/or download an Expression of Interest FCA 17-18 form to apply!  Return via email to: fenland@camcommarts.org.uk or by post to: FCA Course Enquiries, c/o Richmond Fellowship, Old School Buildings, 23 Dartford Road. March, PE15 8AN.

Creative Practitioners

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.

This project has been generously supported by The Evelyn Trust.

This project is commissioned by Market Place. Market Place is part of the Creative People and Places arts engagement programme for Fenland and Forest Heath, initiated and funded by Arts Council England. The programme is run by a Consortium of Partners led by ADEC/BabylonARTS. We are grateful and proud to be supported by Forest Heath District CouncilFenland District CouncilSuffolk County Council, and Cambridgeshire County Council. Find out more at www.cppmarketplace.co.uk