4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Our classes are fun and friendly. They introduce different artists and techniques each week, This term we are focusing on colour and pattern in modern art. Children use a variety of materials and are encouraged to further their ability and imagination. Class sizes are small (between 8-15 children) allowing us to spend time with each child and welcome all abilities. Classes are led by Arts Education Tutor Poppy Richards who works across a
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Make any garment you like – a dress, skirt, waistcoat, jacket, trousers whatever you like! – bring along your own pattern or use one of many patterns in the studio.
This dress making class is ideal for someone who has intermediate dressmaking skills, you should be comfortable using a sewing machine and have made simple projects such as cushions or bags.
Key skills learned throughout this course;
4:00 pm - 5:15 pm
Our classes aim to be fun and informative. They also aim to help children find materials and techniques that they really enjoy using to create art.
Each week, children will be introduced to a new artist and different ways of making. Using these they will be encouraged to explore their skills and imagination.
5:00 pm - 7:30 pm
Yin Yoga is a slow and gentle style of yoga, perfect for those who are stressed, need time to relax and gently stretch out.
These classes are suitable for beginners or those who have practiced yoga before.
Classes are held Wednesday 5.10-6.10pm and 6.20-7.20pm. Booking is either £7 drop in or £24 for a block of 4 classes starting 7th February.
6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
2 week Introduction to Sewing: 21st & 28th February 6.30pm – 9pm
This practical sewing course will help you become familiar with the basics of machine sewing and help you build your confidence using a domestic sewing machine before moving on to a simple sewing project after which you can graduate onto another intermediate course offered by Edinburgh Sewcial Club.
6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
These classes are open to all: beginners, dance students, performers, both experienced and not in Dance Improvisation. Utilizing the principles of contact dance improvisation, somatic movement practices and contemporary dance, Monica’s teaching focuses on areas such as; awareness of the body’s organisation and anatomy; connection to the floor, the