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Swansea Met offers free art classes

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Laura Chamberlain Laura Chamberlain | 12:35 UK time, Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Free art classes for children and adults alike are being offered by Swansea Metropolitan University as their popular Saturday Art Class scheme returns next month.

2011 marks the sixth year that the university has run the classes, with workshops including drawing and painting, textiles, photography, TV/video production, sculpture and stained glass. Plus this year there's the extra options to study graphic design and stained glass.

Young people at a previous art school workshop

Young people at a previous art school workshop

The art class programme will start on Saturday 3 December at the university's Dynevor Centre for Art, Design and Media.

Children's workshops run for 12 weeks and will be held on Saturday mornings between 9.30am-12.30pm, while the adult workshops run for 10 weeks and will be held in the afternoons from 1.30-4pm.

To book a space on the courses call 01792 481285 or email brett.thomas@smu.ac.uk.

Previous students in a drawing class

Previous students in a drawing class


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