Art Techniques is booked by a wide range of organisations and groups
Parents creative learning training course funded by NCDA.
These projects have included: Hillcrest Community Centre, Fort Newhaven, Wave Leisure, ZAP ARTS, Youth Groups, Holiday Play Schemes, Parent Groups, Staff Training, Family Learning, Sussex Community Development Association, Active for Life, Family Centres, Special Community Events, Children’s Parties, Festivals, Sure Start Centres, Social Clubs, Blind Veterans UK, Residential and Care Homes for the elderly, Adults with Learning Difficulties, Festivals and other community projects.
CLAP( Community Linked Art Projects
If you run a group and would like to discuss running sessions with us contact Carol Havard
email@example.com Mobile: 07944 595505 Office:01273 515033
Bespoke creative projects and programmes are available on request, so take a look at our technique pages and see what we can do for your group. We have Public Liability Insurance, CRB checked staff, Paediatric First Aid Training. For on-going projects we will add you to our insurance. We are covered for individual events in school holidays as well.
Wave Leisure VE Day and Street Party Project March – November 2015
30 x 1.15 hour workshops were led by Carol havard with volunteer assistance over the eight month period. Research was done with assistance from the Newhaven Museum staff and Jeny Flood local Historian.
Newhaven Fish Festival running since 2002. Art techniques has been involved every year working with the community on a wide range of projects
Jubilee fish trail in 2012 to mark the Queens Jubilee. 60 Ceramic Fish are place along the
West Quay Newhaven. Fish were made by member of the public and children and young people attending Start Art and Smart Art. Project funded by: Lewes Distric Council, NCDA, paents Start Art and Smart Art
Working with the elderly
The Regency Dance Hall Project
Sessions in Care Homes for the elderly.
Working in social groups on textile projects
Drawing workshop at the Paddock Star Fish Music Event
The Community Jubilee Ceramic Fish Trail funded by NCDA, Newhaven Town Council and Art Techniques