Pembrokeshire Art Classes, Workshops, Societies and Tutors
We often get asked about local art classes by our Customers in the shop, so we've created this page with as much information about any courses, classes, Tutors and Societies in Pembrokeshire and surrounding areas that we know about.
We try to keep the information below up to date, but it is always best to check directly with the organisations listed below for the latest times, date and costs etc.
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If you would like your information adding or amending onto this page please send an email with your details to firstname.lastname@example.org
Pembrokeshire (Various Locations)- Learning Pembrokeshire
Starting each session with a series of short poses, followed by longer poses, thereby allowing intense study.
To achieve knowledge of enjoyment of painting in any chosen media or a mix of media.
To further develop skills, ideas and basic watercolour techniques. Some experience of painting in watercolour would be ideal. Looks at other artists, work and still life. Painting from photographs and studies of landscapes.
This course aims to improve your drawing, painting and observation skills in a relaxed atmosphere with as much one to one tuition as possible. Whilst learning basics, students are encouraged to express themselves as individuals.
Learn drawing, painting and observation skills.
Would you like to develop your artistic skills? Whether you are an experienced artist, a complete beginner or just fancy trying something new, we can help you explore a range of topics. Each of our workshops offers a different theme each time and is taught in a relaxed, friendly and supportive atmosphere.
Learn basic painting techniques required to paint birds, flowers and landscapes.
A workshop run by local artist, Graham Hadlow. Each workshop has a different theme or area of specialism i.e. Blue sky and cloud; reflections, snow scenes; winter trees; sunsets; cottages and perspective; beaches and breakers, etc...
Learn drawing skills and ink techniques using pen, quill and Japanese brush
Students will be working in the media of clay and plaster. The aim is to produce two pieces of work. One will be a relief cast in plaster, the second will be a construction of self hardening clay.
The Picton Centre
2 Picton Place
01437 763771 http://haverfordwesttown.co.uk/picton-centre/
Who: The Cleddau Artists Group
Where: Picton Centre
When: Tuesday evening from September to May at 6.30pm to 8.30pm.
About: A group of enthusiastic artists based at the Picton Centre.
The group has an annual exhibition in September each year at City Hall, St. Davids. Pembrokeshire.
This very friendly group uses various mediums- watercolour, acrylics and oils. Although there is no regular teacher, members are only too keen to offer advice and a helping hand to beginners. The intention is to organize some demonstrations and arrange some trips at member’s requests. You can turn up on a Tuesday and have a go.
Contact: Graham Morris E-mail:- email@example.com
Home Tel: 01437 929217 Mobile: 07784943493
Who: PICTON PAINTERS
Where: Picton Centre
When: Thursdays during term time from 10am to 12 noon
About: A small group of artists who welcome a mixture of beginners and experienced artists, and the group leader is well-known local artist, Sue Russell.
Contact: For more information, or to join the group please contact Judith Small by email on firstname.lastname@example.org
Who: Little Haven Art Group - Art Workshop
Where: Picton Centre
When: Wednesdays 10am – 12 noon
Contact: Mrs Pat Thornton 01437 768983 / Mob. 07964283450
Who: Just get crafty
Where: Just Nice, Quay Street, SA61 1BG
When: Throughout the year, check their Facebook page for up-coming Workshops
About: Craft Workshops in various disciplines, recent workshops have included Barge-work painting, Crochet, Funky Felt, Mosaics.
Contact: Sally Williams 01437 779090 or through the Facebook page
Who: Cardigan Art Society
Where: Theatr Mwldan, Bath House Road, Cardigan SA43 1JY
When: The society usually meets on the third Thursday of each month.
About: Cardigan Art Society is a group of artists based in West Wales, around the town of Cardigan in the lower Teifi valley.
The society usually meets on the third Thursday of each month at Theatr Mwldan and organise a programme of workshops, demonstrations and talks by both members and invited artists.
These events are open to non-members and new members are always welcome. Please see the Diary page for events.
Contact: Facebook , Website, Website contact page
Hook and District
Who: Hook and District Art Club
Where: Hook Sports Association Hall, Newtown Rd, Hook, Haverfordwest SA62 4NB
When: Tuesday afternoons starting at 1.30pm for two and a half hours and roughly follow the School terms (typically shorter in Summer).
About: We are a small but growing art club founded in 2015. Membership consists of both aspiring and the more experienced artist, which means we have a range of abilities among us.
We are always ready to welcome any new members who may wish to come along and join us. You do not have to live in this village in order to a member of our Club.
The Club has a good social atmosphere with meetings being very informal and friendly. From time to time we either have video lessons, invite recognised local artists to come and give us demonstrations or to tutor us, or we can work on our own projects at our own pace.
As we have to hire the hall where we meet there is a term fee to pay to cover our costs in this regard. This is usually between £12 and £16 per term depending on term length and membership.
Contact: Chairman; Mr Norman Jones Telephone: 07712 712355 E-mail: email@example.com
Who: Fishguard Arts Society
About: The Society’s mission is to present the arts in the public arena. FAS originally attracted artists from the immediate locality; it now serves the wider regional community of West Wales, and even includes members based beyond the principality of Wales.
With a membership core of professional artists with national and international reputations, the society organises both featured artists and member exhibitions, events and workshops throughout the year, which encompass drawing, sculpture, ceramics, printmaking, film, music, poetry and writing.
We publish a magazine three times a year. This is full of articles about our artists and is free with membership.
Contact: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org www.fishguardartssociety.org.uk
Who: Friday Art Group
Where: St Francis of Assisi R C Church, 128 Priory Rd, Milford Haven SA73 2EE
When: Fridays 11am to 4pm
About: Meeting of like minded local artists, professional and amateur. No tutors but free advice and help.
Contact: Heather Spencer 01437 765485
Who: In House Crafts
Where: 2 Vanguard House, Milford Marina, SA73 3AF
When: Various see Facebook page
About: Independent paper craft retailer specialising in card, papercraft and memory book making.
Craft classes, groups and workshops are held throughout the week.
The program of workshops is varied, our leaders are all experts in their particular field and past experiences confirm that the workshops are informative, inspirational and fun.
Contact: 01646 663952 email@example.com
Who: Life Drawings at Narberth Museum
Where: Narberth Museum, The Bonded Stores, Church Street, Narberth SA67 7BH
When: Fridays 10pm-3pm
Contact: email: firstname.lastname@example.org 07765 872467