Courses, Classes & Workshops
 


Courses, Classes & Workshops

Please note that many of the events listed require booking in advance.

Arimathean Retreat - The Essence of Consciousness

Committed to providing unique and progressive courses relevant to the needs of the rapidly changing society of today and a vision of a peaceful tomorrow.

We present 3 full length Professional Diploma Courses:

• HEALING & SPIRITUAL MENTORING
• BRIDGING MINDS
• SPIRITUAL PSYCHOLOGY & COUNSELLING


The foundation and spiritual perspective of all our Courses lies in the contemporary channelled Arimathean Teachings of the Way and the universal principle of unconditional love. The Courses consist of weekend modules which can be enjoyed as One-Offs or can be collated and financed in easy stages and there are considerable savings by committing to a full cluster of three modules or the full Diploma Course of your choice. Studying at the Arimathean retreat provides you with a safe and nurturing environment, working in small groups for optimum benefit. Accommodation is available at Arimathean Retreat at special student rates. We also offer Individual Counselling and Therapy & Bespoke Retreats. Please see our 2016 Diary
www.arimatheanretreat.com 01458 830230 / 07721 191950 arimatheanretreat@gmail.com

Fashion Studio - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 11-15

Tuesday 25th July 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: £10
Studio, Red Brick Building
website

Introduction to Fashion Design.
Students:
create a mood board
learn to sketch their designs on a fashion figure
assemble a portfolio with swatches, concept board, and sketches
Students will have the chance to display their work at 2.30p.m.

Ready, Set, Runway - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 11-14

Wednesday 26th July 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: £10
Studio, Red Brick Building
website

Behind the scenes in the making of a fashion show. Students will learn:
how to “style” looks
accessorise
establish a theme for the show
draw inspiration from studying fashion shows from New York, Milan and Paris fashion weeks
students will use garments to design fresh, new original looks of their own.

Build a Robot Day - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 8-16

Thursday 27 July 10:00 am - 4:00 pm
Cost: £25
Studio, Red Brick Building
website

Build a two-wheeled robot in this exciting computing and electronics workshop. With expert guidance on construction and programming, and a kit of motors, wheels and electronics, you’ll be a robotics pro in no time.
Once built, learn the steps to program your creation to move forwards and backwards in a straight line. Add a distance sensor then write the code to stop your robot bumping into things.
Please note that, unfortunately, the robots will not be able to be taken away from the workshop, however customers will be provided with a bespoke ‘ingredients’ list to grab your own kit and show off your robot building skills at home.

Calligraphy Workshop

29 July 10.00 am - 1.00 pm
Rural Life Museum
website
£46 Booking required

2 day Performance Workshop - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 5-10

Monday 31 July & Tuesday 1st August 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: £20
The Event Space - Red Brick Building
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Two days of performance workshop on 31st July and 1st August including:

improvisation
devised work
scripted plays
musical theatre

Students need to participate on both days and will be invited to perform their work on the second day.

Children’s Expressive Charcoal Workshops with Kate Lynch

2 August - 10.00 am - noon and 2.00 pm - 4.00 pm
Rural Life Museum
Age range 9-12 years
£10. Booking required
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Spoon Carving Course

5 August 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Rural Life Museum
website
Over 18s only
£60 Booking required

Detective Project - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 7-11

Tuesday 8 August - 10:00am-12:00pm and 1pm-3pm
Cost: £10
Morland Room, Red Brick Building
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Choose from one of two sessions either 10am-12pm and 1pm-3pm
If you love watching crime scene dramas, or have an interest in forensic investigation, this will be perfect for you. This unique CSI experience will see you transformed into Crime Scene Investigators, carrying out real techniques used by real CSIs, solving crimes using forensic evidence.

Fashion Studio - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 11-15

Wednesday 9th August 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: £10
Studio, Red Brick Building
website

Introduction to Fashion Design.
Students:
create a mood board
learn to sketch their designs on a fashion figure
assemble a portfolio with swatches, concept board, and sketches
Students will have the chance to display their work at 2.30p.m.

Ready, Set, Runway - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 11-14

Thursday 10th August 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: £10
Studio, Red Brick Building
website

Behind the scenes in the making of a fashion show. Students will learn:
how to “style” looks
accessorise
establish a theme for the show
draw inspiration from studying fashion shows from New York, Milan and Paris fashion weeks
students will use garments to design fresh, new original looks of their own.

Illumination Workshop

12 August 10.00 am - 1.00 pm
Rural Life Museum
website
£46 Booking required

The Bigger Picture - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 16-19

Tuesday 15th August 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Morland Room, Red Brick Building
Cost: £5
website

Informal art history tutorials with a difference for aspiring arts and science students.
Discover how learning to look at art can be exciting, challenging and broaden your horizons as well as improve your opportunities at A level and university entrance – whatever your subject. Not tests, exam or homework – just a fascinating two hours looking at what paintings can reveal about society, politics, culture, economy and scientific developments.

Paper People Project

Wednesday 16th August
Two sessions: 10am-1pm and 1.30pm-4pm. No need to book – just drop in!
Red Brick Building
website

A fun, family activity for all ages and abilities.
A major new artwork is being created and you are invited to take part!
By painting and cutting a full size outline of yourself from brown paper your work will become one of the 1,500 Paper People that will eventually form an artwork that will hang in Stoke in 2018.

Storybook Adventures - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 5+

Tuesday 22 August 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Red Brick Building
Cost: £18
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We will be creating sounds to follow the audio book of the adventurous children’s story ‘Grumpy the Pink Polar Bear’.

The day will involve:

investigation, and exciting quests exploring the garden and surroundings
there we will record crunching, walking, rustling, water and noise making
we will create interesting voices and noises of the characters to add to the story
all children can record some key small narration parts if they choose to

Please bring packed lunch.

Radio Training - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 7+

Wednesday 23 August 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: £18
Studio, Red Brick Building
website

An exciting day where your child gets to take on a role as part of the sound production team. Whether they want to be a presenter, producer, sound recordist or gain experience in audio interview production there will be something interesting to get involved in.

Indigo Dyeing Workshop

26 August 10.00 am - 1.00 pm
Rural Life Museum
website
£46 Booking required

Sound Production Workshop - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 10+

Tuesday 29 August -10:00 am - 3:00 pm
Cost: £25
Studio, Red Brick Building
website

Creating your own audio samples to add to your music productions will give you the advantage to help make them unique. Enabling you also to play with a more interesting palette of sound.

The Bigger Picture - A summer holiday activity suitable for ages 16-19

Wednesday 30 August 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Morland Room, Red Brick Building
Cost: £5
website

Informal art history tutorials with a difference for aspiring arts and science students.
Discover how learning to look at art can be exciting, challenging and broaden your horizons as well as improve your opportunities at A level and university entrance – whatever your subject. Not tests, exam or homework – just a fascinating two hours looking at what paintings can reveal about society, politics, culture, economy and scientific developments.

Foraging Course

24 September 9.00 am - 1.00 pm
Rural Life Museum
website
£60 Booking required

Adults’ Expressive Charcoal Workshop with Kate Lynch

14 October 10.00 am - 4.00 pm
Rural Life Museum
website
£30. Booking required

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