number 6 is now open again after its 5 month closure. Before re-opening we did a thorough risk analysis and implemented new usage and hygiene arrangement in line with Government requirements. Our first priority is ensuring that users of and visitors to number 6 are...
Clay, paper, scissors will recommence their Tuesday sessions at number 6 with structured art sessions for home-schooled children. Each course runs in a block of 4 morning sessions with the first block commencing on 22nd September. You can find more information and make bookings at https://www.claypaperscissors.art/Find out more »
The course aims to provide a enjoyable opportunity for developing drawing and painting skills and creativity, within a supportive group in a friendly environment. The course is designed for those with some experience, but welcomes newcomers and those with more experience who are looking for a challenge. The course aims to create a confident approach to exploring the themes and creating images from fauna and flora in a personal way. The teaching is tailored to each individual within the group,…Find out more »
Drawing and Painting from Nature aims to provide an enjoyable opportunity for those either starting out to learn or those wanting to develop drawing and painting techniques within a social, supportive group and friendly environment. The course is designed to encompass a broad range of learning preferences and creative skills focusing on newcomers. Those who would like to brush-up their skills or those with more experience who would like to be challenged are welcome too. The course aims to create…Find out more »
This is a course in traditional skills for pupils in year 11 at Nidderdale High School.Find out more »
Clay, paper, scissors, run by two Primary Art specialists, will be providing a monthly Saturday Art Class for children from October through to February. Booking is essential and you can get more information by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.Find out more »
Number 6 Studio gallery hosts a life drawing workshop, usually on the second Sunday of each month from 10 am to 4 pm. This workshop is organised by a local group and does not have a tutor. The group welcomes new participants, whether beginners or experienced artists. Further information can be obtained from email: email@example.comFind out more »