For general questions regarding any workshops or to go on the waiting list for workshops which are fully booked please email Alan Horgan on firstname.lastname@example.org
When you make your booking please print out your PayPal receipt which will be emailed to you after the transaction. This acts as your booking confirmation.
The usual fee for workshops is £34 for members, £40 for non-members and there may be a small additional cost for some workshops for materials. Junior members pay £17, non-members pay £20.
Life drawing sessions with George Spear are £16 for members and £22 for non-members.
For some workshops we can take fewer students (e.g. where each person requires a much larger workspace) or the instructor fee is significantly higher so in these cases the price may be higher. This will often apply to our ‘Extra’ workshops which are added in during the course of the year.
Young people under 21 who are not members will receive their first year of membership FREE when they book a workshop and complete a member application form. They will also be entitled to reduced price workshops (select Junior from the drop-down menu when booking).
Adult non-members who book a workshop will be offered a refund of the extra £6 they paid for the session if they join PACS (providing they fulfil the criterion of living within 10 miles of Petersfield).
To book please select a workshop from the drop-down list in the menu and pay by credit or debit card using the PayPal button. You will receive an email with your PayPal receipt. Alan will send you details about materials and additional information closer to the date of the workshop. PACS is also able to offer gift vouchers for workshops and more information can be obtained from Alan Horgan email@example.com
In the unlikely event that the Workshop you have booked is already full, we will contact you asap to suggest possible alternative courses or to arrange a full and immediate refund of the fees paid.
For more information about each artist please follow the links to their websites which you will find when you click on their name on the programme page.
Our audience is a mixture of amateurs and professionals, all ages and with a broad spectrum of art and craft interests. We have painters and potters, silversmiths, textile artists and more.
We are always on the lookout for artists and makers who are experienced in presenting to a group or teaching a whole day workshop. You might be offering to speak about your career as an artist, potter, sculptor or artisan crafter. You might have specialist knowledge of an aspect of creative work in which you are able to give an evening lecture. Maybe you are involved with working in a heritage craft and could tell us about its history and give a demonstration.
A whole day workshop usually involves teaching up to around 16 people although this number depends on what is being taught and how much room each person requires.
We are open to ideas! If you would like to get in touch please contact our demonstrations coordinator Louise Turpin (firstname.lastname@example.org) with more details and contact information. We will keep your details safe and will consider you for future events.