Promote Workshops

Unique Dyslexic Fused Glass Workshop

 This workshop took place on the 15th March at Lochgelly Centre

This workshop was an introduction into the wonderful world fused glass art. Participants were shown how to create a unique piece of artwork out of coloured glass. They then went on to design and create individual pieces of fused glass art. This workshop was taught by Stacey Galfskiy,(BA Hon Illustration), of Chillilicious based in Fife.




Unique Dyslexic Get Creative Visual Art workshop
This workshop took place on the 26th July 2014 at Dreel Halls, High Street West, Anstruther  KY10 2DJ.

Participants came and unleashed their creative selves.  They explored spontaneous sculpture making with objects and unusual materials, image making with lighting effects/ backdrops and created a final digital art print.
Participants were encouraged to bring a few materials or random objects if they wished. They did not need any previous experience – “as we are all artists really."
 
Artist and Facilitator: Gail McLintock (BA Hons), works across art forms and specialises in 'group production of art' and creative training for empowerment.

 
 

Unique Dyslexic Get Creative Trash to Treasure Workshop
The Trash to Treasure Workshop took place on 2nd August 2014 at Furniture Plus, Castle Business Park, Queensferry Road, Dunfermline in Fife.

The “Trash to Treasure” workshop was an introduction to upcycling, teaching painting and simple upholstery techniques that enabled participants to revamp a small of piece of furniture and turn it into a thing of beauty. The workshop, furniture and all resources were provided free of charge. This workshop was run by Clarabella Christie and Furniture Plus, and organised as part of Unique Dyslexic Get Creative.

 
Another  Trash to Treasure Workshop was run on September 13th.


Unique Dyslexic Get Creative Music Workshop
This music workshop took place on Monday 18th August at the Cupar Youth Cafe

This workshop was an introduction into basic music creation, recording and editing techniques. Participants were welcome to bring along any musical instruments they played, but did not need to have musical instrument or experience of playing a musical instrument to take part and have fun in this workshop. Participants had access to two recording set ups as well as microphones and synthesizers. Music tracks could also be composed and recorded using music sampling software that enabled participants to write a track in a style and genre of their choosing.


 

See the full Galleries for the Workshops here:

Trash to Treasure Workshop
Visual Art Workshop
Music Workshop
First Unique Dyslexic Get Creatice workshop
Fifth Unique Dyslexic Workshop 13/09/14


You are invited to join the Unique Dyslexic Facebook page here

© Copyright 2017 Dyslexia PathwaysWeb Design by Toolkit Websites