Please note: learners are limited to taking part in a maximum of THREE community learning courses throughout the academic year.
This course will provide you with an understanding of how to experiment and create art pieces using recycled materials primarily found on beaches and the shoreline. You will develop knowledge of a range of techniques that can be used to create, construct, and enhance art pieces. You will develop your own style and identify materials that you are most comfortable with to express ideas and have fun during the process.
Learners can progress throughout the course starting with a mood board of your ideas and concepts, moving on to some experiments with techniques and materials, before embarking on your final piece of work. Here, you will enhance your ability to use colour, texture and form to create mood and impact within your art work.
There is no qualification for this course but you will receive a certificate of attendance if you complete the course.
You can explore a variety of other courses within Community Learning or the adult college.
There are no additional costs; all materials are provided, although it is encouraged to source materials from the beach to add to your piece during the course.
Learners are required to wear work boots or leather toed shoes due to being in a workshop environment. No open toe shoes to be worn
Please contact the Community Learning team on 030 300 38212 or email@example.com for more information about this course.