The Workers’ Educational Association (WEA) provide a range of adult courses hosted by Nottingham Contemporary which are open to all and free to those on low incomes.
Women into art - Reflecting on creativity
Length: 6 weeks
6 November – 11 December
Thursday afternoons 1.30- 3.30pm
(3 hour session on the 11 Dec- 1.30 - 4.30)
Tutor: Sian Watson-Taylor
This course explores our exhibitions by Raphael Hefti and Agnieszka Polska and how women's conversations inspired by the artwork can be documented through art making.
There will be opportunities for experimenting with different types of art making, looking at gestural drawing, photography, sculpture, installation work, performance, art journals and film making. The course will conclude with a sharing event / exhibition that will look at the themes of documenting and retelling history.
15 places available
Cost: £50.05 or £45.00 (discount applies for those who have already applied for a WEA course this academic year).
Free to those in receipt of benefits or on low incomes.
For more information or to book a place please contact Andria Birch on 0115 962 8400 or ABirch@wea.org.uk
Seeing, Being and Making
16 Oct - 27 Nov 2014
Thursday mornings 9.30am - 12.30pm
Tutor: Chris Lewis-Jones
Explore the ways in which we experience, make and evaluate art using the exhibitions at Nottingham Contemporary as primary source material. This course offers the opportunity to explore a broad range of ideas and themes through conversation and practical activities.
15 places available
Cost: £81.27 (Free to those in receipt of benefits or on low incomes)
For more information or to book a place please contact Caroline Keep on 0115 985 8203 or email@example.com
Feedback from previous students:
'The tutor, the course content, the dialogue between tutor and learners, the exercises and the facilities are the best I’ve experienced on any course- by a long way'
'Chris Lewis-Jones [tutor] has an addictive and fluid method of teaching… that is conducive to a variety of learning styles.'
'My own confidence has increased exponentially. I used some of the ideas Chris provided at a recent job interview and genuinely believe it helped me get the job'
Watch our video about a previous WEA course Making Art: Making Work.