Recently, Debbie Goldsmith has been leading creative workshops at Goostrey Scout Hut. In March, she taught local scouts how to screen-print fun designs onto their own T shirts. In April, just before Easter, the cubs learned about paper engineering and designed their own pop out jack-in-the-boxes.
If you’re interested in bringing a group to Goostrey Art Studio, please contact Debbie on firstname.lastname@example.org
Why not join a free workshop at Goostrey Art Studio?
On Monday 8th May, professional artist Debbie Goldsmith will be marking the Coronation of King Charles III by running a free, hands-on workshop at Goostrey Art Studio. She’ll be making and decorating clay stepping stones. Local residents of all ages are welcome to join her any time between 11am and 1pm – there’s no need to book.
You’ll be making tiles and using natural materials and letter shapes to create your own special message to commemorate this historic year. The Clay Studio in Manchester will finish the pieces in their kilns. When they’re ready, Friends of Goostrey Station will be helping Debbie to install them in the gardens around Goostrey Station. This will be a permanent display, so you’ll be able to visit your work of art at any time.
No experience is necessary and all materials will be provided. If you have any questions about this project, please contact Debbie on email@example.com
This will be part of a national day called The Big Help Out when members of the public are encouraged to try volunteering for themselves. It’s an opportunity to make a difference in our community. During the workshop, you’ll be able to find out about the work of the award-winning volunteer group, Friends of Goostrey Station.