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Art Club Programme Autumn/Winter 2016
Silkscreen Tote Bags
Saturday 10th Sept / Thursday 15th Sept
Using stencils and cut outs of your favorite things you will learn
the process of screen-printing. This is a printing technique
whereby a mesh is used to transfer ink and a stencil in which
a design is imposed. One colour is printed at a time, so several
screens can be used to produce a multicoloured image.
Credit is given to the artist Andy Warhol for populising
screen-printing as an artistic technique, particularly identified
with his 1962 depiction of Marilyn Monroe. The designs made in
art club will be printed onto their own tote bag.
Saturday 17th Sept / Thursday 22nd Sept
It was said puppet theatres originated from India or China who
have a long tradition of shadow puppetry and theatre, where
indigenous story telling had an impact on its development. Stories then were drawn from Hindu epics set in ancient kingdoms;
contemporary puppet theatres can reference fashions, trends
and global pop culture.
In this session we want everyone to bring along with them a
lot of imagination and their favorite story. Where exploring this
magic activity with us, may cause the world to transform into a
theatre of their own with a handmade puppet.
Saturday 24th Sept / Thursday 29th Sept
Plaster has been used to replicate art works since antiquity,
where a mold is taken from the object and a cast is made. This
process can be repeated numerous times with almost the same
Inspired by artist Rachel Dein. We want everyone to bring in with
them objects that represent their personality, which we are then
going to cast in plaster! Toy cars, shells from a special trip or a
flower from the garden can be used to create their own plaster
100 Years of James Herriot
Saturday 1st Oct / Thursday 6th Oct
This October let’s celebrate the wonderful life of
Alf Wight - better known to us as one of the most loved writers
of our time, veterinary surgeon and
author James Herriot. Together lets make a work of art for the
Courthouse Café, and show our
admiration for all creatures great and small
just as he did!
Saturday 8th October / Thursday 13th October
The Egyptians were one of the first cultures in the world to create
pottery. They first developed the medium out of necessity, as a way
of storing food grains and water for cooking. Despite being made to
serve a purpose,
their ceramics still reflected their creativity and
imagination. We want you to make something you can use today that
holds your creativity within it too!
Lino Cut Printing
Saturday 15th Oct / Thursday 20th Oct
Lino cutting has been recognised as a
professional printing method following it’s use by artists Pablo Picasso and Henri Matisse! This type of print
making originated in China and is used commonly in East Asia as a
technique for printing text, images and
patterns. In this session we want to teach you the
techniques whilst making something beautiful.
THE BIG DRAW
October Half Term
Family Drop In Workshops
Mon 24th - Thurs 27th Oct
Mon - Thurs (10am-12pm) Guesome Goblins
Mon (1.30pm-3pm) Skyline Lanterns
Tues (1.30pm-3pm) Mini beast magnets
Weds 1.30pm-3pm) CD animals
Thurs (1.30pm-3pm) Scary spider cakes!
Online booking: www.ruralarts.org
Day Of The Dead
Saturday 5th Nov/ Thursday 10th Nov
In Mexico, the day of the dead falls at the beginning of November.
The spirits of the dead are invited into the world of the living. Fragrant marigolds, incense, food, drink and light are given as offerings to guide these spirits back home. We are going to be making
lanterns to send them back home with flower paper garlands and
candy skull faces!
Origami Advent Calendar
Saturday 12th Nov / Thursday 17th Nov
It’s never too early to start counting down the days till
Christmas and New Year. Have you thought about what
excitement Christmas is going to bring this year? More
importantly what New Year resolutions are you going to make?
In this session, they will learn the ancient Japanese
technique of paper folding and plan ahead with our artist
Claire Ford to make an advent calendar!
Recycled Bonded Textiles
Saturday 19th Nov/ Thursday 24th Nov
Is anyone aware of how much we throw away each year? Have
we thought about where our clothes go when we grow out of
them? We want to focus on making a textiles piece with recycled
materials today, made out of things that you might have thrown
Be inspired by looking at how artists use
recycled materials on www.Textileartist.org
African Hessian Painting
Saturday 26th Nov/ Thursday 1st Dec
African artists are recognised for traditionally using different
found materials, you may find stones, coconut shells, beads,
ebony wood, animal hair, mud cloth and butterfly wings
embedded in their art. Today we are going to use the
unexpected and paint on a surface with a history.
This might bring with it unique colours, textures and marks
only you could create!
Mono printing Tinfoil
Saturday 3rd Dec/ Thursday 8th Dec
A monoprint is a single impression of an image made from a
block that can be reprinted. It involves elements that can change,
where an image can be reworked in between impressions or after
printing so no two prints are identical, they can also be made by
altering the type, colour and pressure of the ink used to create
Monoprints are a popular technique with artists, as they are
known to be the most painterly method amongst the printmaking
techniques; essentially it is a printed painting. It issued famously
by artists including Tracy Emin and Georg Baselitz.
Saturday 10th Dec / Thursday 15th Dec
Did you want to make something special for someone you love at
Christmas? We do, so we thought you might too! There’s nothing
better than a present that’s hand made, so we thought of making
some Candle Holders & Porcelain Brooches together in this session.
Today is about working with porcelain and learning about its craft.
Porcelain derives its name from the old Italian porcellana because
of its resemblance to the translucent surface of a shell but can be
informally referred to China or Fine China, as China was the birthplace of porcelain making.
Monday 19th Dec & Tuesday 20th Dec
Family Drop In Workshops
(10am-12pm) Mini wreath decoratons
(1.30pm-3pm) Last minute cards!
£2.50 PER ITEM
Online booking: www.ruralarts.org
Pine Cone Turkeys & Christmas Cards
Saturday 17th Dec / Thursday 22nd Dec
You have now opened door number 25 and we are
welcoming you to rural arts for the last session this
year to celebrate Christmas! Pine cone turkeys are on
the cards, or something in theme with our
favourite time of year! Mistletoe, berries, robins,
candy canes and the sound of bells are all around
us for inspiration. We cannot wait to see your rosy
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