Your activity.
Wheelworks support.

Workshops can take place during the day, evenings or at weekends.

 

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Here are just some of the arts activities we can provide


Film Sculpture
Music Technology
Drumming
Sound Recording
Creative Writing
Digital Photography
Drama
Traditional Photography
3D / Animation
Digital Imaging 


We pride ourselves in working with you to understand the needs of our participants, so if you have something in mind why not give us a call?

028 90 244063


All WheelWorks Project participants & community groups will receive:


— Structured training from WheelWorks professional artist(s)

— Access to WheelWorks industry standard computers, software and art materials

— Support from a WheelWorks co-ordinator throughout the project/ activity

— Copies of final art work presented in professional format*

— Copy of a WheelWorks Skills Certificate outlining all artistic skills learned*

— Opportunities for future promotion & publicity of their art work*


* Not available on taster workshops

Project length, number of artists and amount of final CDs / DVDs received are all negotiable and subject to funding available. 


WheelWorks Requirements For All Activity:


— 1 youth leader / responsible adult to be present at all times throughout workshops

— Max 10 – 12 young people aged 4-25 per session (up to 80 young people can be accomodated at ArtCart drop in taster sessions)

— Suitable venue for community-based workshops

— Suitable outdoor space for ArtCart workshops (& nearby toilet facilities)


Other requirements may apply according to activity required



If you have an idea for a WheelWorks project / ArtCart workshop or just want to find out more, please contact the WheelWorks office: 02890 244063 /  info@wheelworks.org.uk