Monday Makers 2021: Ceramics Course

Date: Monday, August 2, 2021
Ends: Monday, October 11, 2021
Time: 10am-1pm
Venue: The Courthouse

Join Rural Arts to develop your creative and business skills in a 10 week course for unemployed people. Learn skills in either textiles, ceramics or printmaking.

Monday Makers will teach you the skills and knowledge you need to become self-employed, with help and advice from those who have experience in making a living through their creative practice.

For this course you will learn basic ceramics skills, glazing techniques and photography, as well as make your own polymer jewellery. You will also hear from those who have set up as self-employed in ceramics and marketing.

This is part of the Community Grants project Funded by Your Consortium in partnership with Humber Learning Consortium.

Please ensure you meet these criteria before booking a place:

You must

  • be able to attend the majority of the sessions
  • be unemployed
  • be over the age of 18
  • have a North Yorkshire postcode
  • bring your National Insurance number, passport/driving licence and proof of any benefits you receive to the first workshop

If you need any more information, please contact sorcha@ruralarts.org or call 01845 526536.

Free, subject to conditions

£0.00

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  • We don’t issue physical tickets – just bring your email confirmation or order reference along
  • If The Courthouse opens before your workshop starts, you’re welcome to browse our artisan shop – maybe we stock the artist running the workshop!
  • You’re welcome to grab a coffee of a snack from our friendly café and take it through into the workshop with you
  • If you have any access requirements, let us know.
  • There is no parking at The Courthouse except for Blue Badge holders who must let us know they will be needing the space

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