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Cambridge Community Arts

Get Creative!

Welcome!

We are delighted to present our 2016-17 programme of courses. Our adult learners tell us that since joining CCA they are more confident, have made friends with shared interests and are better musicians, artists, photographers and actors.

After finishing courses they have set up their own clubs, started volunteering, taken up further learning and most importantly have improved well-being.

If you are interested in developing or refreshing your creative skills or taking up something new, come join

us.

Friendly

We are a small friendly team who are happy to talk though course details or any particular challenges you may have, so please get in touch.

Qualification

All courses are run in partnership with Cambridge Regional College and lead to a Level 2 Certifi cate in Skills for the Creative Industries.  Weekly workshops are based in community centres and are run by experienced tutors who are all talented and inspiring artists and performers in their own right. Most courses are suitable for beginners. We work in small groups with the aim of building skills and confidence.

We particularly welcome people who have experience of mental ill-health or other challenges that put them at risk of social isolation. Research proves that participating in creative activities can improve mental well-being.

Commitment

CCA learners need to be interested, committed to attend each week, willing to join in and complete all required assignments. There are no examinations, learning is evidenced by what you demonstrate in class. Some writing will be required and literacy support can be provided if necessary

Further Details:

email: info@camcommarts.org.uk      Telephone: 07763 280029

website: camcommarts.org.uk

Please also see link to our NEW film ‘Creating Positive Change’ with learners from last year’s courses talking about their experience of their course - https://vimeo.com/177392968

 



 
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