CREATIVE TREATS @ SWEET MEET

CREATIVE TREATS @ SWEET MEET

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Artcore and Sahahra- A culture of care, are working in partnership on the project Creative Treats at Sweet Meet. A community project inviting the local community of Arboretum and Normanton to get involved in being creative.

The project aims to provide an opportunity to:
• Learn new skills and traditional craft techniques such as Mosaics, Rangoli, Lipan art, Clay and more
• Make new friends over a cup of tea
• Learn photography using cameras or smart phones to capture images
• Create a map of the area using dierent artistic techniques (family activities)
• Join in to celebrate different festivals together
• Treat yourself or create a gift for your loved ones

 


WEEK TITLE DISCRIPTION
15 Jan 2016 Painting Make art using paint brush and paint dipped fingers. Tree rubbing
22 Jan 2016 (25 Jan - Burns day) 3D Modelling Make 2D/3D shapes and letters and objects using foam
29 Jan 2016 Jewellery Make paper and cardboard beads and pendants.
05 Feb 2016 - (08 Chinese New Year) Stone Project Collect and make stones. Paint/decorate. Use as paper weights
12 Feb 2016 (14 Feb - Valentine's Day) Hanging mobile art
19 Feb 2016 Glass painting
26 Feb 2016 (27 Feb - Easter) Leaf Printing
4 Mar 2016 (6 Mar - Mother's Day) Mosaic Participants to bring old photo frames/mugs to decorate
11 Mar 2016 Paper making
18 Mar 2016 Paper making
25 Mar 2016 (23 Mar- Holi) Collage

 

 


 

Nick was featured on BBC Radio Derby

 

 


 

Creative Treats at Sweet Meet celebrated Christmas at Sahahra on 11th December.

Artcore and Sahahra orgnaised a Christmas Celebration event as part of Creative Treats @ Sweet Meet at Rosehill Lodge, Arboretum Park.

Everyone enjoyed a variety of food, met new people and had the opportunity to get a glimpse of Sweet Meet. There was also an opportunity to draw your own design onto ceramic plates, bowls and cups which could then be taken home as a Christmas gift.

The event was a great success, we would like to thank everyone who attended and also thanks to funders and supporters.