With many people returning back to school or university, it’s the perfect time to start 2022 creatively. West Dean College of Arts and Conservation has just launched a programme of more than 225 short courses taking place throughout January, February and March 2022.
Don’t fret – we can’t go to Japan for the Olympics and Paralympics, but you can come to West Dean College of Arts and Conservation for courses inspired by Japanese art and creativity. Learn traditional Japanese techniques and crafts and bring a touch of Japanese style to your home.
With restrictions easing West Dean College of Arts and Conservation has just launched over 180 short courses, including 18 new courses, running from October to December 2021, to help makers and artists develop and perfect their new skills.
With 5.6million people watching the Great British Sewing Bee – making it one of the top 10 most watched programmes in the UK, according to BARB, there’s no denying that there’s a resurgence of creative inspiration on TV.
Spring has sprung at West Dean Gardens, and to celebrate, enjoy our top tips for looking after your house plants; for local visitors, some of our iconic glasshouses have just re-opened; and renowned plantsperson Hester Forde will be hosting two online gardening courses.
West Dean College of Arts and Conservation has just launched their hugely popular Summer School 2021 programme. The Summer School is the perfect opportunity to escape to the West Sussex countryside, immerse yourself in creativity and learn a new skill. Running between Friday, July 30, 2021 and Thursday, August, 19, 2021, there are 27 courses to choose from.
West Dean College of Arts and Conservation has launched an online course Tapestry Weaving – Learn the Basics with Philip Sanderson, West Dean Tapestry Studio Leader and Tutor. This in-depth online course comes with all the materials you need to get started with tapestry weaving. The tapestry course is the latest in a series of new online courses at the College.
Make time to make this Christmas. West Dean College of Arts and Conservation offers a wide variety of short courses, perfect for Christmas gift ideas; whether you plan to make a meaningful one-off item to gift to someone, or to give the gift of creativity with a gift voucher.
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