Artisan Community Art Studio CIC

We believe that everyone is an artist and that everyone, whatever their age and ability, social, educational and financial circumstances, should have the opportunity to benefit from participating in contemporary, high quality, affordable, innovative,  experimental range of art form practices, in a stimulating, and supported environment. We believe in warmth, fun, respect, equality, inclusivity and making a difference.

We offer week day courses for people with Aspergers, Stroke, Mental Health conditions, Chronic Fatigue Syndrom, Learning Disability,  and Home Educating families.

We offer weekend public courses in art, craft and textiles with proffesional tutors in a beautiful studio and courtyard garden. Small groups ensure lots of 1-1 tuition.

We are always lookign for new tutors to faciltate weekend workshops. Please contact me if you are interested.

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Opening hours

See website for details

Address

1005 Wimborne Rd
Moordown
Bournemouth
Dorset BH9 2BS

07729 829 209
[email protected]
http://www.artisancommunityartstudio.com/

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