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ArtSpeak Art Club

 

Our Art sessions at 25 Prospect Street are a welcoming space for you to explore your creative potential whilst learning and developing skills in a range of art mediums. Led by our ArtSpeak resident artist, sessions will be fun, engaging and stimulating.

With the opportunity to try something new each week, there’ll be something to suit all interests and abilities. This is a welcoming, encouraging and social space for you to be curious, experimental and enjoy a tea and a chat.

No prior experience or knowledge in art is necessary.

Interests of the participants will be incorporated into sessions as the group progresses.

All materials will be provided.

The ArtSpeak programme is for people aged 60+

25 Prospect Street is also home to Radford Care Group - A Day Care and Friendship group service for elderly people in Nottingham. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Hannah Stoddart
Contact Position
Arts Project Coordinator
Telephone
07579067442
E-mail
Hannah.stoddart@radfordcaregroup.org.uk
Website
Community Art Workshop Website

Where to go

Name
25 Prospect Street
Address
Radford
Nottingham
Postcode
NG7 5QE

When is it on?

When is it on
15:30 - 17:30 Every first and third Tuesday of the month - launching 6 July 21
Session Information
Tea and coffee provided
Time of day
Afternoon
Day(s)
Tuesday

Other Details

Costs

Details
£5 for ArtSpeak members, all materials will be provided

Availability

Age Ranges
For people aged 60 and above
Referral required
No
Other notes

Please sign up via our website Eventbrite or by contacting us at artspeak@radfordcaregroup.org.uk or calling 07579067442

Please note. payment will be required online if signing up via the website or eventbrite. If you would rather pay in person, this can be done when you arrive at the session. 

Details of this workshop are subject to change if the Covid restrictions remain in place beyond June. We will keep all participants updated of any changes.

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