Community Art Class with Joe McNichol

Explore your creative side on this 8 week community art programme from South West Community Cycles!

Community Art Class with Joe McNichol

About Community Art Class with Joe McNichol

We’re really pleased to be working with Joe McNichol – Custom Originals to deliver an 8 week Art programme for those living in the Southside of Glasgow who are currently unemployed. The course will offer you an opportunity to learn drawing and painting techniques, create your own artwork using watercolours, meet new people and build your confidence in comfortable surroundings at our historic Railway Station. This course is ideal for beginners looking to try out a new activity or those looking to enhance their skills. All materials will be provided and the course is free to attend.

Spaces are very limited so please register your interest by contacting Kirsty kirsty@southwestcommunitycycles.co.uk or 01416327155.

Those who have registered their interest will be contacted on a first come first serve basis at the end of August and spaces will be allocated accordingly.

While we take every opportunity to ensure the details for Community Art Class with Joe McNichol are accurate, we always advise that you contact the event organiser before setting out for the event to avoid disapointment.

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