There’s still time to book a place on one of MAC’s creative courses this month. The term begins on Monday 8 January, with all courses led by experienced practicing artists. With no exams to pass, participants can relax, explore and develop their creativity in MAC’s fully accessible, purpose built venue. With hundreds of courses to choose from beginner to intermediate levels, participants can choose from visual arts, performance, literary, digital filmmaking and photography as well as health and well-being courses.
Courses starting from 8 January 2018 include:
· Photosocial – share photography skills, knowledge and passion for taking photographs with like-minded adults –
· Intro to Music Technology - Discover controls and techniques for music production using Logic Express software – for beginners and improvers -
Visual Arts and Crafts:
- Explore Textiles - A practical introduction to designing and making textiles using a range of techniques such as batik, screenprinting and feltmaking
- Screenprinting with dyes, foils and heat transfers - explore the process using stencils and direct application techniques, to create your own unique textiles
- Painting and Drawing to Music - explore how music can inspire and while creating a piece of art in each session.
Wellbeing and Movement:
- Iyengar Yoga – Suitable for beginners and those looking to deepen their practice – this form of yoga is physical and hardworking and offers a short period of relaxation at the end of the class.
- Alexander Technique – Suitable for beginners, the course offers insight and the practical application of the technique which relieve the pain and stress caused by postural habits.
- Dance for Wellbeing – learn stretching and strengthening exercises, improvisation and creative devising tasks in an energising and fun way.
Half-term course on sale
Good news - MAC also has its half-term holiday courses on sale for those aged from six months -18 years. This includes craft, textile, performance and digital offerings. Younger participants can also take part in two extended courses. As part of MAC Camp, 6 to11 year olds can enjoy making Pottery Bugs and Hedgerow Animals from 19-21 February and Art Around the World, which includes African style fabric printing and aboriginal inspired dot painting from 19-23 February.
Parents can access MAC’s wrap around childcare when booking a course for their 6-11 year old. This allows for an early morning drop off at 8.30am before their course begins and a late pick-up at 5.30pm for an additional cost, which can include lunch.
To see the half-term programme in full and MAC’s wrap around offer, which runs from 19 – 23 February click here or above.
To book you can also contact MAC’s sales and information team on 0121 446 3232.