Creative students on a range of adult education art courses have seen their work go on display today (Monday, January 07 2013).
An exhibition celebrating the artwork created by learners taking part in Creative Studies classes organised by Wolverhampton City Council’s Adult Education Service has been launched.
The exhibition will be open to the general public from today onwards and will be on show in the Foyer Building on St Georges Parade.
Councillor Phil PageCabinet Member for Schools, Skills and Learning, said: “The exhibition showcases the variety of creative classes offered by the Service and celebrates the achievement of our talented learners.
“Learners picked up technical and creative skills in drawing, painting, pottery, printmaking and silver jewellery making and it is great to see their hard work go on show for everyone to see.”
Wolverhampton’s Adult Education Service is enrolling learners on all courses during January and February 2013. Classes are available at all levels from beginner to the more advanced.
If you would like more information about what is available in the new year or about the exhibition itself contact Learning Services on 01902 551658 or email email@example.com
The exhibition is on show until Friday, February 01 2013.