Pottery Class 28th February
7th March
14th March
21st March
28th March
Tuesday 21st February, 7.30pm - 9.30pm

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Six week evening pottery class with Su Rogers from Bus Stop Pottery. The class will run from 7.30pm - 9.30pm on Tuesday evenings, starting 21st February.


Delegates will be taught three of the basic hand building methods: coiling, slabbing and pinching, moving on to basic throwing techniques at the end of the course. Once the basics have been mastered, our expert tutor, will support delegates in developing your creative ideas through more advanced techniques. More advanced learners will be given advice and tuition as required to meet their needs; they will also have the opportunity to follow projects set by the tutor or explore work of their own design. The overall aim is to enable delegates of this course to learn techniques and develop ideas through a mixture of practice, discussion and demonstration.


Please bring an apron and a cloth. Please be aware that there will be additional costs for firing items based on weight. Ages 12+

Six week course: £185

Workshop: Art Journaling, by Cate Field 4th March
Saturday 4 March, 10.30am – 4pm (Full and half day sessions)

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Cate Field is a visual and sound artist exploring the world through film, textiles, sound, dance, words and paint. With a background in theatre, teaching and mental health, her workshops are exciting and dynamic, aimed at those wanting to explore ideas in new and wondrous ways.

“Art and craft have ways of opening our minds to other possibilities, and allowing expression to flow when we find it difficult to articulate.” Cate Field.

Sessions run: 10.30am – 1pm or 1.30pm – 4pm.

Workshop Fee: £30 Whole day; £20 Half day

Calling Cranleigh Men....New Men's Shed Group 25th March
Saturday 25 March 2017 10.30am to 3.00pm

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We need You to join our new Men’s Shed group opening at Cranleigh Arts Centre.

What is a Men’s Shed? A Men’s Shed is a larger version of the typical man’s shed in the garden – a place to pursue practical interests among like-minded people. Members share the tools and resources they need to work on projects of their own choosing at their own pace and in a safe, friendly and inclusive venue. They are places of skill-sharing and informal learning, of individual pursuits and community projects, of purpose, achievement and social interaction. A place of leisure where men come together to work.

A Shed’s activities usually involve making or mending in wood (e.g. carpentry, joinery, turning, carving, whittling, marquetry, furniture renovation) but may include metalworking (milling, sheet metal, welding, etc.) bike repair, gardening, electronics, tool renovation, boat renovation, model engineering (model railways, planes) and even building a car! Reclamation, reuse and restoration will feature strongly – and some say that is true of the men too!

Although Sheds mostly attract older men, some have included men of any age, women and young people. Whichever activities are pursued the essence of a Shed is not a building, which some don’t have, but the network of relationships between the members.

Come along to the Open Day on 25th March 2017 10.30am to 3.00pm to find out more.

Free