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    Art in the Park posted a Document on 14 March 2011 - 1:24pm.

    Art in the Park Master Classes Timetable 2011

    This is our 2011 Course Schedule featuring a wide range of courses from sculpting, wood-carving, life drawing, pottery to crafting jewellery or home decor using pewter.

    Special BRING-A-FRIEND Offer: A 10% discount is applicable for 2 or more bookings made on the same course. Discount is also available on multiple bookings across different courses. Please let us know via the 'Additional info' on the booking form or via email.

    Bookings need to be made on our website for this offer to apply.

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    [video]The Talking Shop... posted a video on 22 March 2010 - 1:33am.
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    Alex Shimwell Professional Potter Talking Shop Classes

    As part of the Transformation Fund Learning Revolution, The Talking Shop Project was formed by Staffordshire University Faculty of Art Media & Design.

    The Talking Shop Project wanted to reach people in unusal ways and settings, so we enlisted a group of local artists to deliver their skills to the community, allowing ordinary folk the chance to do something different and creative.

    Alex has been teaching the community to throw a pot. Using a potter's wheel in this video, he shows us how to make a pot using traditional techniques.

    For more info please go to www.thetalkingshop.net

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    __ __ posted a note on 24 October 2009 - 1:32pm.

    Drawn to Bankside Event. Come and Draw with a Purpose!

    Interested in having a fun-filled day of drawing?

    Play Rethink is taking part in London's FREE Big Draw Campaign at the Drawn to Bankside FINALE on the 31st of October. Play Rethink is a fun game that brings people together to rethink everyday objects. How will you rethink a vacuum cleaner for a community?? Or a toaster that uses renewable energy? Who knows, you might even invent the next best thing! Come and Join us!

    http://www.campaignfordrawing.org/home/index.aspx

    When: Saturday 31 October 2009 from 10am-5pm
    Where: Vinopolis, The Great Halls, Stoney Street access

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    linda styles posted a link on 13 June 2009 - 8:28am.

    Linda Styles Ceramic Art and Design

    Regularly updated blogspot mainly to do with my ceramic practice but also encompassing musings on past, present and upcoming subversive projects

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    Claire Medcalf posted a link on 18 February 2009 - 5:36pm.

    Quilting, pottery and computer games 'may cut risk of dementia'

    'Taking up hobbies such as quilting, pottery and even playing computer games in later life may substantially cut the risk of dementia, a new study suggests.'

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    Andy Robertson posted a link on 22 December 2008 - 2:59pm.

    sand art

    A look into the world of professional sandcastle engineering with a quirky sense of fun. British humor at its best with great videos.

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