We are pleased to announce some new and exciting creative 10 week short courses starting in April!
Our April courses are:
Expressive Portrait & Figure Drawing (Thursday, 10am-1pm)
Landscape Drawing (Thursday, 5:45-8:45pm)
Introduction to Sewing & Fashion (Thursday & Tuesday, 10am-1pm)
Introduction to Mosaic Design (Thursday, 5:45-8:45pm)
Pottery for All Levels (Wednesday, 10am-1pm)
Introduction to Clay Sculpture (Saturday, 10am-2pm)
Digital Photography (Monday & Wednesday, 10am-1pm)
Courses for Over 60’s
Retirement is the perfect time to discover or rediscover your creativity, so we have two free 5 week classes for those over 60’s in:
Learning to use a Digital Camera
Sculpting with Clay
Our courses are designed for all stages, whether you are a complete beginner or a seasoned creative. To enrol or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call us on 0207 511 111.
Local NHS staff concessions – 30% off all courses
We are offering a 30% off concession for NHS staff living or working in Newham for the following courses:
Course and materials fees for these will be just £98, instead of the full cost (£140).
Prizes of £25, £50, £100 and £150 to be won!!!
We are excited to announce a competition for artists AND art lovers in Newham with fantastic prizes to be won. The competition is looking for submissions of visual and written responses to artwork you have seen in Newham. So if you see a painting that moves you or an exhibition that you can’t forget, we want to hear and see your responses!
There are four different age categories within the competition:
8 – 11 years
12 – 16 years
17 – 24 years
In each age group, one written response and one visual response will be selected by a panel. There will also be one visual piece in each age category selected through an online public vote.
Fur full details of prizes and how to enter, visit www.rosettaarts.org/exhibitions
Story of a Young Artist: Amira Haddad
Now one of our student ambassadors, Amira joined Rosetta Art Centre in 2013, with a passion for creativity but she never felt confident enough to create. Originally studying painting class, Amira says “her skills developed as fast as her confidence” and she received one of the highest assessment marks of her year. Since then, she has studied life drawing and pottery and has developed herself into a multidisciplinary artist, still exploring and pushing into new creative territories!
“Rosetta has helped me follow my creative dreams and given me the confidence to go on to further eduction”.
Artwork of the week:
Untitled by NC – current student on Explore Drawing course where students are experimenting with non-traditional materials, based on ancient cave paintings.
We are part of Stratford Rising, a consortium of arts and cultural providers, producers and educators based in Stratford. Take a look at the Stratford Rising website and see what we have achieved so far…