Art Groups and Clubs

Art groups and clubs are a great way to develop your skills and creativity, meet new like-minded people, improve your well-being and artistic self-confidence and grow your creativity. Joining one of the groups or clubs is a gentle way of introducing yourself to the Creative Art Courses studio if you are not too sure about booking on one of my structured learning courses – but equally great if you simply prefer a more relaxed community-focused approach to enjoying your hobby.

  • Ancoats Visual Arts

    The creative art club for everyone who loves the creative visual arts. 
    If you live anywhere within Greater Manchester, and especially Ancoats, Clayton, Beswick, Miles Platting or the Manchester city centre, this is this art group or club for you.  The aim of Ancoats Visual Arts group is to encourage Greater Manchester residents to get involved in drawing, painting, mixed-media and crafts while supporting each other in developing creativity and skills. Perfect for absolute-beginners, beginners, improvers, intermediate and experienced members.

    Be Creative Studio-sessions(peer-supported)
    Wednesdays, weekly
    Time: 12-3pm

    Art for Leisure Courses(artist-led)
    Days: 2 x Friday (+2 x free Be Creative sessions)

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  • Creative Life drawing Manchester

    The group is for everyone who loves Life drawing. 
    Absolute beginners to experienced artists very welcome. If you love the challenges and rewards of life drawing then come along and join our sessions.  We are a small, friendly and supportive group of artists. This group is ideal for total beginners, to intermediate and experienced life drawers. We are supportive of everyone who is looking to learn and improve their life drawing, painting, mixed media or sculpture.  The studio is a safe place for being creative and experimenting with new techniques.

    Day: 1st, 2nd, 3rd + 4th Tuesdays
    Time: 6.30 – 8.30pm

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Creative Art Courses hosts different art groups and clubs offering both peer-supported sessions and artist-led courses. Whatever you wish to call them – art groups or clubs – the community-focused art studio sessions they provide are here to give Greater Manchester residents as many opportunities to get involved in drawing, painting, craft, and generally being creative as is possible.  Everyone is welcome.

The art groups and clubs are free to join on the website.  Booking to attend a session costs from as little as £4.35 for some peer-supported sessions, other cost more.
I look forward to meeting you soon.