Saturday Art School
Next Term Starts Saturday 18th January 2020
Eastwood Park Theatre, Rouken Glen Road, Giffnock, G46 6UG
"Thanks again for all your hard work, my son James had great fun helping with this and doing all the arts and crafts and clay figures over the 4 weeks (Kilmarnock Summer Madness)."
Lee Gracie (via FaceBook)
We are always looking for new talented and experienced freelance artists of all mediums, so if you would like to work with us, please send your CV and a cover letter to: email@example.com
Thinking of volunteering work? We are always looking to recruit new volunteers to work on our projects and in return we can offer great experience working in the community with a range of different client groups and training in a variety of art forms. If you would like to get involved, Contact Us.
07/02/20 Snowmen at Darmley Crafters
Who knew snowmen could be cuddly??
Check out this fab doorstop made by one of our long-standing members of Darnley Crafters! Isn’t he fab?!
And what’s even nicer, is that this wee guy and more of his doorstop snowmen pals will be helping raise money for a charity close to our hearts! http://www.thenicolerichfoundation.org.uk/our-story/
26/01/20 Burn's Day
Hope you all had a wonderful Burns Day! We used Rabbie Burns’ poem ‘A Red Red Rose’ as our inspiration this week!
19/01/20 Cranes for Claire
First art class of 2020 and we were all thinking of our hopes and wishes for the year ahead.
We had a bash at making cranes to support Claire, a little girl in Canada who suffers from Batten Disease. Her mum is hoping for people from all over the world to help them reach their goal of creating 1000 cranes whilst raising awareness for Batten disease.
All you need to do is fold a crane, make a wish, take a pic and hashag it. #cranesforclaire
The origami crane has symbolized hope in challenging times for many Asian cultures. For many of us, there have been times we feel helpless when those around us are in pain and suffering...especially when they are children. The origami crane is a way to channel your hopes, wishes and prayers into a tangible item and with its positive energy provide comfort, hope, and support to those that need it. There is a myth that if one (community) can fold 1000 cranes, a wish is granted. Our wish is to raise global awareness for Batten Disease but more importantly, give back spirit and strength to all those suffering. Join us and fold a crane today! Post your crane(s) on Instagram or Facebook and tag it to #cranesforclaire.
(Lots of crane tutorials on YouTube! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yTY-nGYYq_c)
You can find out more about Cranes for Claire here.
02/01/20 Happy New Year from Spider Arts
25/12/19 Happy Christmas to you all! Hope you are having fun!
Hope you are having fun!
19/12/19 Wreath Making
Check out these stunning wreaths made by patients at the children’s hospital today!
Thank you Glasgow Children's Hospital Charity for having us!