Our first Spring Fair is happening on Saturday 25th May 10am to 4pm
We are pleased to announce that over 20 local artists and makers will be showcasing their work for you to enjoy and of course buy, this bank holiday weekend (Saturday only). Free entry, no need to book
Artists include our residents: Otso Clothing; Justine Henshaw textiles; Jo Blaker Designs; Dark Cherry; Made by Katy Jane; Elaramoon.
Guest artists: Howard Asher; Karen Howarth; David Preston & Pippa Miller ceramics; Teazle; Terence Lister; Jane Galvin; Upper Mills Design Workshops; Kate Thornton Design; Elaine Thelier; Kevin Threlfall; What Kate Loves; Sue Clay; Ruth Sutcliffe; Bobble Red Press
Current exhibition Journey in Colour by Howard Asher
We are delighted to be hosting the new exhibition by Holmfirth artist, Howard Asher, A Journey in Colour. His work is uplifting, exciting, fun and most especially colourful.
Join us on launch day, Saturday 4th May between 1pm & 3pm and meet Howard - a great opportunity to talk about his work, discover his inspiration and browse/buy his paintings, boxes, jewellery and more. And, Howard will be back at our Spring Fair on 25th May too!
Howard has embarked on a new venture in creating decorative paintings after a lifetime of working with colour and pattern in his career as an International Textile designer.
Check out some of his collection of textiles held in the archive of Central St Martins Art School http://collections.arts.ac.uk/people/8373/howard-asher well worth viewing its a substantial collection!
Weekly art class during term time. Develop a range of skills using wet and dry media, progress from beginner to intermediate. We theme the course such as still life, portraiture, landscape, or you are welcome to work on your own project if you prefer - contact us to find out what we are currently working towards.
All tuition, materials and light refreshments included.
Date/Time: Mondays 10am to 11.30am term time returns 7th January
Cost: £10 per session - book weekly or by half term block
Learn the basic and advanced techniques of fused glass making, or develop your skills further in our term time evening class - perfect to experiment and create your own small project pieces. You will learn a variety of fusing methods and materials including frits, confetti, stringer and inclusions.
Suitable for beginners and those with more fused glass experience, and includes all tuition, equipment, materials (significant glass stock included with the option to purchase additional glass if needed for large projects).
Dates/Time: Mondays term time 1.30pm to 3pm and 6.30pm to 8pm, starting 7th January
Cost: £18 per session if booked as a half term block or £20 pay weekly
Textile Techniques with Zoe Gale is our short specialised classes trying out different skills all textile based every couple of weeks. We start with batik followed by silk painting this term.
Time/Dates: 10am -12pm Tuesdays from 30th April for 4 weeks
Cost: £60 includes all materials
Develop a wide range of fundamental techniques using wet and dry media. Friendly atmosphere, experienced tutor, and a variety of models, all abilities welcome from beginners to those wishing to develop their practise. All tuition, materials and equipment are provided.
Date/Time: Tuesdays at 6.30pm to 8.30pm term time
Cost: £20 weekly or £18 equivalent when booked as a block.
Claire Murray is an experienced art tutor and talented artists. She returns with her popular Drawing for All class on Wednesday mornings. Her class incorporates traditional drawing skills with experimentation. This is the perfect course for those wanting to get back to basics build confidence and try out new techniques with guidance provided throughout. Maybe you haven't drawn since school and want to rediscover your creativity through drawing. Maybe you are self taught and want to have some tuition. Maybe you just enjoy being around like minded people.
All tuition, materials and light refreshments included.
Time/Dates: 10am to 11.30am Wednesdays term time returning 27th February
Cost: £10 per session
Katy Measures of Made by Katy Jane and resident artist, leads a series of short ceramic courses. Each short course is themed so you get the opportunity to get creative and explore clay and a range of decorative techniques whilst taking home specific items.
This term, you'll play with different clays and techniques creating your own collection of jewellery pieces.
Suitable for beginners and those who enjoy working with clay. All materials, equipment, firing and tuition is included. We limit our class sizes to ensure a relaxed, friendly environment with plenty of one to one support available.
Dates/Times: Wednesday 5th, 12th, 19th & 26th June 1pm to 3pm
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Craftanoon is our relaxed afternoon of crafting - it's a time to try out craft skills and create your own handmade uniques pieces. Each term, we cover a range of drawing and crafting skills such as weaving, paper cutting; felting; collage; textiles to build skills and create a project piece incorporating those skills.
This is a weekly class that you can dip in and out of to suit your availability,
Time/Date: 1pm to 2.30pm Thursdays from 10th January 2019
Cost: £10 per week
An introduction to jewellery making is our brand new course, led by local artist Frances Noon. The perfect beginner course allowing you to develop different techniques over 6 weeks. You'll be initially using copper and then move onto silver when you feel more confident. You will form pieces from sheet metal and wire and learn how to shape them into earrings, pendants or brooches.
You will learn how to solder using a gas torch, how to cut out shapes using a piercing saw, how to add texture & details to a metal surface through hammering & use of punches.
You will learn how to make your own findings, which are the ear wires & little jump rings that link pieces together.
Time/Dates: 6.30pm to 8.30pm from 6th June x 6 classes
Our Wednesday Workshops are the perfect mid-week wind down. Join us for an evening of art and craft, each session we will be a new technique, and the two hours gives you time to try out the technique - a great introduction to a new skill and go home with your own crafted-by-me finished piece!
All tuition, materials, use of specialist equipment and light refreshments are included at the session. Come along with a friend or on your own for an creative, calming session. Programme includes:
15th May - Framed Silk Painting
Times/Dates: Wednesday 6.30pm to 8.30pm
Maggie O'Keefe returns with her popular Mindful Drawing monthly workshops. She will guide you in exploring some simple drawing practices designed to help us let go of the inner critic. You don’t need to know anything about mindfulness or anything about drawing.
“Mindfulness means the awareness that arises from paying attention in a particular way; on purpose, in the present moment, and non-judgmentally.” Jon Kabat-Zinn 1990
Surely drawing is a perfect way to stay present in the moment...or is it? Not if the inner critic has anything to do with it. It tells us “I can’t draw”. It judges our drawing to be “not good enough”. It tells us not to bother.
But the inner critic is just another form of thinking, and as Ruby Wax tells us “Thoughts aren’t fact, so don’t take them seriously”.
Times/Dates: Saturday 15th June and 13th July 10am to 1pm
Cost: £30 per workshop
Mia Calderisi of Designs by Mia is an amazing contemporary jeweller and experienced tutor from Stockport. We are delighted that she joins us for a series of workshops through 2019. In all workshops you will learn the basics of silver smithing - shaping, sizing, texturing silver to create rings, bangles, earrings, chains and necklaces.
You will leave at the end of the day with a unique silver ring and a good foundation of skills in jewellery making.
To find out more about Mia and her work see her facebook page DesignsbyMia and her website www.designsbymia.co.uk
Time/Dates: 10am to 3pm Tuesday 14th May (Ring); Saturday 22nd June (Chain)
Cost: Ring £90; Chain £110; includes full tuition, use of specialist equipment, materials and buffet lunch
Image: Chain workshop
Weekly, term-time art club for children 6 to 14 years.
We run term time, developing technical art and craft skills, each half term is theme - we've just had a great half term focusing on Japanese art and crafts. We ensure the children create alongside merging artists who inspire and enthuse. Our staff include experienced teachers, with DBS and first aid.
Please note this is a book/pay per term class, term's vary from 5-8 weeks.
Winter classes return from 9.30am Saturday 10th November
Junior - 6 to 9 years: Saturdays 9.30am to 11am (£8 per session)
Young Creatives - 10 years plus: Saturdays 11am to 1pm (£9 per session)
Enjoy exclusive use of our Studio space, along with an art or craft activity of your choice. Suitable for children, teens, adults and groups.
We can offer parties from age 4 years and above - prices start from £120 for up to 8 people with add on options for catering and party bags.
Contact us for more information.
Looking to treat someone special (or yourself)? Not sure which course to go for?
Our gift vouchers are a flexible option, redeemable against any class, course, workshop or private party and valid for 12 months from your date of purchase. Simply purchase the number of "tickets" you would like and any special message, in multiples of £10 and we will send you a (single) printed gift voucher. We post just one gift voucher to the value of the purchase, unless specifically requested.
Cost: Form £10 per "ticket"
Our large workshop, Create Space opens for personal practice - perfect for those wishing to continue after art class. Maybe you've outgrown the dining room or have a show to prepare for. Create Space offers room to work big, access to basic equipment and the flexibility to come and go as you please. Please note that this is a shared space and not private hire. For more information speak to Jackie, Rebecca or Zoe.
"Explore the language of art"
We deliver visual art workshops from Key Stage 1 to Key Stage 5, tailored to your curriculum needs, aimed at increasing confidence, skills and expertise. We offer flexible programmes from full day, ½ day, after-school, inset and holiday provision to teacher CDP. Each workshop is fully planned, delivered and evaluated to achieve maximum impact. We are accredited to deliver Arts Award Explorer to Silver and can contribute additional hours to your existing Arts Award provision, or develop a full programme. Guide price £250 for a half day workshop plus materials.
Benefits of an arts-rich school environment:
"Build a healthy, strong community"
We specialise in fused glass, printing, life drawing, as well as painting and drawing techniques using a wide variety of media. We offer evening and day-time classes, weekend workshops, family sessions, gallery visits and more in our seasonal calendar. All our classes include full tuition, materials and equipment on the day. Prices start from £10. Benefits of participating in visual arts:
"Affect change, motivate and inspire your staff through visual art"
We offer visual art sessions, which focus on the process to develop recognition, self-esteem, team working and community building. Contact us for a free taster session to experience our work and how this can impact of positive thinking and productivity. Sessions are tailored for your organisation’s objectives and individual’s needs and can be delivered in one to one, small group work, or larger team sessions. Guide price £250 for a half day workshop plus materials.
Benefits of creativity in the workplace:
"Develop life skills"
Our visual art workshops, classes and courses aim to inspire and enthuse young people, using a wide variety of media from painting and drawing, textiles, 3D to fused glass work. We can develop bespoke sessions to meet the specific objectives of your organisation and the needs of your young people. Guide price £250 for a half day workshop plus materials Benefits of art participation:
Enhance your CPD
Jackie and Rebecca are able to
work collaboratively to meet
personalised need and are flexible
and dynamic in their approach
We set up Globe Arts Education in May 2014 with the aim of building confidence and inspiring creativity within young people, their families and the wider community, through the delivery of high quality visual art courses and events.
We have over 25 years of secondary teaching and subject leadership experience in the fields of Visual Art and Business and Enterprise. We want to use our professional experience to narrow the gaps in confidence, expertise and facilities within visual arts.
The Building Futures project helped
to show "I am a different and
Aims for the Aspire Higher project were "to
gain my confidence back after the holidays,
this activity today has helped me"
Arts Award inspires young people to grow their arts and leadership talents: it's creative, valuable and accessible.www.artsaward.org.uk
Hosting Summer Schoolwww.hud.ac.uk
The Building Bridges installation "had children
and staff stopping and talking, it suddenly
being there, staff thought it was stunning and
the impact was good and caused discussion"
Huddersfield HD7 5AG
Tel: 01484 842887
Monday to Thursday & Saturdays 10am to 3pm
Monday to Thursday 6.30pm to 8.30pm - class dependent. Friday & Sunday by appointment