10 courses found
Collagraph is a loose term meaning a print made out of collage. An experimental form of printmaking which involves adding layers to or cutting into a printing plate. The plate can then be used to make a relief print or put through a press as an intaglio print.
This course is designed to develop the skills and confidence to succeed in all aspects of creative writing. Poetry, short story writing, the novel, script writing and all aspects of fiction and non-fiction writing will be studied. Students will be encouraged to pursue their own particular interest.
Did you enjoy drawing at school? When did you last do a drawing? Would you like to find your drawing mojo once again? Our tutor will lead participants through a series of tasks designed to build confidence and practical skills working with a variety of drawing materials. You’ll explore and practice observational drawing techniques and you’ll learn how to apply your knowledge of the elements of art to create drawings which truly express your feelings. No prior knowledge is required
Suitable for those who have limited computer skills or have completed an introductory IT course. On this course you can learn how to use word processing software, create and use spreadsheets, use a database, create a slide show or create posters and newsletters in Desktop Publishing. You will be using the Microsoft Office 2013 suite of programs including Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint and Publisher. You will gain an accreditation for this course and it is very suitable if you are thinking of getting a job or want to refresh your IT skills before returning to work.
This course covers skills required to write short stories with all the components that this entails: making characters, writing dialogue, giving a sense of place using all five senses, how to use the different points of view, how to use the different tenses, plotting, etc..
Introduction to template based websites edited through your web browser. No need to purchase expensive software. Work on your own project or use provided material. PRE-REQUISITES: A basic understanding of Microsoft Windows and file management. Be able to use the internet.
Tasters, Beginners, Welsh for the Family, Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced. There are many opportunities to learn.
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Introduction to willow weaving techniques. This course is tailored to what learners wish to do. Normally everyone starts off with a small basket, then they can move on to other things eg pea climbers, or carry on developing their basketry skills. Willow materials charged by the size/number of items made, usually £5 for a small basket up to £10 for a large one. Learners are welcome to bring their own prepared willow. Please bring to class: Secateurs, a weight eg large stone and water sprayer bottle. A craft knife is handy but not essential.
Make your own garden plant supports using willow e.g. obelisks, trellis
Introduction to Windows 10
Develop skills in file management using new tools available in Windows 10
Manage and view photos in Windows 10
Become familiar with some of the built in Windows 10 apps