Provide a leisure activity for disabled and able bodied children in a isolated rural area. The arts club organises projects for up to 20 people aged 7-17, with and without additional needs, including dance, movement, puppets, film, animation, masks, costumes & visual art.
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Eye Arts Club
Who to contact
Where to go
- Eye Arts Club
The Dove Hall
The Vine Church
- IP23 7BD
- Area served
- Parking is available in nearby Church Street near the library. Car park has disabled parking spaces.
- Restrictions to access
- Children between ages of 7 to 17.
Days & Times
- Usually 5 to 7 sessions per term, Saturday morning from 10am - 12 noon or till 1pm for Arts Award participants. Please telephone for future dates.
- Time of day
- Session Information
Sat 4th May 2019 10 till 12 Noon Maker Place project Dove Hall, Dove Lane Eye
Sat 18th May 2019 10 till 12 Noon Maker Place project Dove Hall, Dove Lane Eye
Sat 8th June 2019 10 till 12 Noon Maker Place project Dove Hall, Dove Lane Eye
Sat 22nd June 2019 10 till 12 Noon Maker Place project Dove Hall, Dove Lane Eye
Sat 6th July 2019 10 till 12 Noon Maker Place project Dove Hall, Dove Lane Eye
- Table of costs
Table of costs Amount Cost Type £10 per individual sessions £40 for 5 sessions
- Cost Details
- Reduction for 2 children from the same family
- Referral required?
- Age Groups
- Children (5-11), Young people
- Wheelchair Access, Adapted Toilet, Audio Description
- Accreditation details
- Registered Charity No. 1061143
The children and young people have the opportunity to make masks & puppets, paint, draw, use photography, film, animation, music and dance. There is access to cameras and computers with editing and animation software. Sessions run by professional artists/ experienced at working with people with additional needs, (owing to learning or physical disability, sensory impairment, autism, health issues or in care). Young people are also assisted by volunteer helpers. Pre-booking is required.
- Service users involved in planning
- Last Updated
- Experience of including people with special educational needs and disabilities
Eye Arts Club provides a sympathetic and supported setting for children and young people with additional needs, owing to learning or physical disability, sensory impairment, autism, health issues or in care, to socialize, have fun and participate in arts and performance activities. Tutors are professional arts practitioners with experience of working with people with additional needs, trained in disability awareness and sensory activities. Siblings and without without additional needs can enjoy activities together.
- Liz Waugh McManus
- 01379 668464