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Fri, 15 Sept

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Stoke-on-Trent

The Arts Factory 1: Photography

Skills development workshops for Autistic and Learning disabled adults aged 18+. Plus a public exhibition.

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The Arts Factory 1: Photography
The Arts Factory 1: Photography

Time & Location

15 Sept 2023, 14:00 – 16:00

Stoke-on-Trent, 72 Hartshill Rd, Stoke-on-Trent ST4 7RB, UK

About the event

The Social Agency Arts Factory 1: Photography

What is it? Skills development workshops for Autistic and Learning disabled adults aged 18+. Plus a public exhibition.

What will it involve? Five weekly workshop sessions to develop your skills in photography and alternative printing methods (using natural dyes and sunlight). Artwork created in the sessions will be showcased in a public exhibition in October. Some of the items created will be for sale at the exhibition. The sessions will be facilitated by artists Natalie Willatt and Emily Andrews.

When are the sessions? The sessions will run on Fridays starting 15 September 2023 until October 13. There will be a morning session from 10am - 12pm. And an afternoon session from 2pm - 4pm. You are welcome to come to one or both - please note the afternoon session will be a repeat of the morning session however, you are so welcome to stay and develop your skills.

There is a Pay As You Feel Cafe between 12-2pm at Bread in Common for those that want to have their lunch with us.

Where are the sessions? B arts, 72 Hartshill Road, ST4 7RB. Entrance is through the BLUE Bread in Common bakery Door, just down from the bus stop. Please ring the bell.

Parking? There is limited disabled parking on site - please contact if you need a space saving. There is some parking available nearby including pay and display car parks - please contact if you need support with this. Please DO NOT PARK on St. Andrews Square - this is for residents only.

The Social Agency is a safe place for Autistic and Learning Disabled adults to come together, share knowledge and create.

If you have any access needs or would like to know more please contact:

thesocialagencyuk@gmail.com

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