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Members of The Destined Group will learn how to create beautiful glass painted sun catchers, undertake a short paper quilling course and explore various card making techniques under the tutelage of experienced paper craft tutor, Thelma Whitehead. This project is being run in partnership with The Destined Group.
This course runs for six weeks, starting Thursday 8 January.
This exhibition displays only a selection of a fascinating collection of black and white photographs that have been collected over the years from friends and other sources by Nelson McGonagle. These photographs cover the mid 19th century to the early 20th century and serve as a great historic source on the various buildings and people of Limavady past and is sure to bring back happy memories. If you have any past or interesting photographs relating to Limavady which you would like to share then please bring them along to us.
Led by experienced wood carver and sculptor Raymond Watson, participants from the Be Safe Be Well Menís Sheds Project, Foreglen will learn the intricate techniques and skills required to be a competent wood carvers. The group will work with different types and pieces of wood. This project is being run in partnership with Be Safe Be Well.
Members of Faughanvale Community Project will learn the basic techniques of acrylic
painting and hopefully produce their own unique artwork, led by experienced artist,
Sinead Smyth. Course starts on Wednesday 14th January for six weeks.
The students of North West Regional College are delighted to host their third showcase exhibition celebrating their creative talent to the local community.
Why not personalise your tablet or a special photo album or diary by creating your own handmade felt cover? Also a lovely gift for someone special, professional artist Jacki Sleator will guide you in all the crafting techniques to create something unique and beautiful. Most materials are provided however participants must bring certain items. Please consult our website or contact us for details in advance of your booking.
Bryan Rutledge was a photographer in the Ulster Museum for 28 years and since taking early retirement in 2006, is now a museum and heritage photographer for a wide range of organisations including The National Museum in Dublin the Northern Ireland War Memorial and the National Trust, just to mention a few.
Nico and Martin invite school groups and families to take part in an imaginative voyage into space. Orbiting instruments, original songs, games and stories with a chance for all to contribute, and an encounter with your own inner alien are all part of the fun!
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