The University of Gloucestershire is offering the opportunity to get creative in the New Year with a series of short evening and weekend workshops for adults, that will wile away the winter blues.
Aimed at learners of all abilities, the five- and ten-week courses based at the Pittville Studios campus in Cheltenham are due to start from the third week in January.
Digital and creative photography, design software, life drawing and painting will be taught in two-hour sessions over five- and ten-weeks, and new for 2008 is also a series of Saturday schools including landscape drawing, portraiture and professional writing.
Those with a passion for nature may also be tempted to explore historic wooded landscapes on one of three courses run in partnership with the Woodland Trust, which will include visits to Lineover Wood near Cheltenham.
To find out more about the full range of courses, costs and how to and enrol, telephone the University of Gloucestershire Pittville Campus on (01242) 714940.
Event: University of Gloucestershire evening and weekend courses
Venue: University of Gloucestershire Pittville Campus, Cheltenham
Dates: Courses and workshops start from Monday 21 January 2008
Times: Vary for each course and workshop.
Tickets: Course fees vary. For more information contact the University of Gloucestershire on (01242) 714940.
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