Networking: Wessex Creative Cluster – A new space to share Artistic Ideas and Concepts

Wessex Creative Cluster – A new space to share Artistic Ideas and Concepts

Announcing the Creative Cluster – a new space for artists to meet and share ideas. Up to now Wiltshire creatives have had limited access to places in which to show, share and develop their art. Whether you’re a painter, photographer, graphic designer, or work with textiles and materials this is an opportunity to come together, forge new friendships and professional contacts, and collaborate!

The cluster will provide a space and above all a fresh new way to gain inspiration. The space will offer an opportunity to do something as simple as coming for a chat about your art or medium, through to an ability to come away with a finished piece!

Come and both share knowledge and learn from others in the Wiltshire arts scene in this fresh new way to work and think about art.
While the Cluster is more about the growth of the arts community through sharing experiences and knowledge, there will be workshops available specifically around areas such as community arts projects, and how to get one off the ground.

The Cluster will also provide the opportunity to learn more about community arts projects, further artistic support and local involvement and the ability to achieve Arts Awards (those between the ages of 7 and 25.)

The first Creative Cluster meet will take place on the 21st October at 12 noon at the Altered Cloth studio, for more information on membership and to book a place at the first Creative Cluster meet
up, please contact Kim Fulton on:
Tel: 01747 820832
Email: or
Unit 14 Berwick Courtyard, Berwick St Leonard, SP3 5UA

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