THE ARTISTIC IMAGINATION of young people in Moray will be captured and nurtured towards a successful future if the plans of a Moray arts group are successful.
MC3: Creative Space is pioneering a programme that also hopes to help recent graduates to find their way into the creative industries.
A series of classes is being launched next month at their Elgin studios that project leader Charis Edward-Wells hopes will encourage more people to see that the can make a living from their own skills.
The programme will include classes in life-drawing and use of charcoal, pencil and paint. There will also be a craft club through the October holiday when children aged from eight to 12-years-old will be able to learn how to knit, crochet or make their own jewellery.
Charis explained: “These will be fun activities for young people to become involved in and it can also boost their self-confidence if they struggle with school or sports.”
Further information on what is available can be found by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org or by visiting MC3: Creative Space on Facebook.
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