Reach Out Workshop: Printed Cards

Making Space

02392472491
[email protected]
https://makingspace.org/product/reach-out-printed-cards/

Saturday 23 February 2019
10am-12pm
Opening Hours: 10am-4pm
Admission Fee: £10
Booking essential
https://makingspace.org/product/reach-out-printed-cards/

Reach Out is a series of workshops for children and young people with additional needs who cannot access mainstream activities. Workshops are designed for young people who have a Gateway Card. If you’d like to apply for a Gateway card pleaseclick here to find out more about how to apply.

This listing is a one off Half Term workshop with artist Tracey Bush. Learn how to design and create your own printing block which you can then use to make colourful cards and printed artworks!

Details

*These workshops are for Hampshire young people with Gateway Cards. You will be asked to give your Gateway Card number when booking.

*Please note workshops can be messy, aprons will be available but please wear messy clothes.

*These sessions are designed for the young person to attend on their own, giving the parent a short break. Parents are welcome to stay if they child prefers it, tea and coffee facilities are available for free in the corridor.

*The cost for young people is £10. This includes all materials.

*There are 10 places only so please book early to avoid disappointment. places will be sold on a first come first served basis, with payment securing your place.

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