- 2 hr taster session
- For all ages and abilities
- Complete novices welcome
The Sculpture Workshop offers the opportunity for anyone to create a unique and highly personal sculpted head. The workshops are open to anyone and are tailored to suit all abilities. Complete beginners just wanting to have a go will be amazed at just how creative they can be… and it’s great fun too!
Unleash your Creativity
at The Sculpture Workshop
What Happens on the Day?
During the 2 hour workshop you’ll follow the tutors’ guidance to create a character head in clay. Workshop sessions run most mornings from 10am to 12pm and afternoons 1pm to 3 pm.
We work with all ages and abilities. So far our youngest participant has been 4 years old and our oldest 107! Everyone has the ability to create their own unique and highly personal sculptured head, which they can take home after the session. The workshops are delivered according to the teaching philosophy of Sculpture Workshop founder Richard Austin, a successful sculptor in his own right Richard’s methods of teaching have proved that everyone can benefit from using his form of creative expression.
A fun and creative experience
But don’t just take our word for it…
“Fantastic! Within two hours I had made this amazing sculpted face that I could take home the same day.”Daniel
“It was really fun! I enjoyed inventing brand new people… ”Lilly
“I didn’t think I’d be very good, but I’m really pleased with what I’ve created. Definitely recommend it.”Sandra
Bookings & Prices:
Adults17 years +
Children6 to 16 years
Children under 6 years are welcome to join in but must be supervised by a carer at all times.
Book a Workshop!
To book a workshop please call 01208 816370 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Frequently Asked Questions
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Where are the workshops?
The Sculpture Workshop CIC
18 Bess Park Road
Trenant Ind. Estate
The Sculpture Workshop also runs creative workshops for a variety of community groups, as well as disadvantaged and vulnerable people, allowing anyone to benefit from engaging with their own creative potential.