Incredible Digital, Digital Arts Project

 

Incredible Digital Day:   Monday 7th December 3-9pm @ ArtSpace

Macclesfield Community ArtSpace is adding a whole load of possibilities to the arts activities already on offer:  we are launching our Digital Arts Project – and you are welcome to join in for free!

We are creating a Digital Art Room with computers, copiers, software and scanners to allow you to play around with photography, produce pictures and posters and learn more about how to use digital resources for creativity.

Generation Arts will be a series of regular sessions for all ages and abilities, to enable and encourage us to learn from each other. We’d love to have you along. To launch these sessions and find out what people want we will be open on: Monday 7th December 3 – 9p.m.

Whether you have never switched on a computer, or need to fine tune your digital skills, come along to meet our experts and volunteers, and have a go in our newly equipped Digital Art room.  There will opportunities to play with photographs, text, graphic design, and more.

There will also be a chance to tell us what you would like out of the group and what you can offer.

With funding support from cheshire east logo

 

The aims of the project are:

  • to enhance the lives of people in the Macclesfield community,
  • to encourage people who are isolated and excluded to meet and work together,
  • to help isolated or excluded people get involved in art, develop skills and confidence in mixing with others.

The project will make digital arts activities available to people using the ArtSpace facilities at any time, and pilot a weekly term-time activity aimed at young people out of school and older people (to benefit from cross generational mixing, support and skill-sharing).

To get involved or for more information, please email us

MaccCommArtspace@mail.com

 

 

 

 

 

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