Leading disability charity Enham Trust is offering a series of art classes & short course for beginners, students, and art enthusiasts in Andover, starting this April.
The classes, offered as part of the popular Art Project on the Trust’s Home Estate in Enham Alamein, aim to give participants the skills and confidence they need – either individually or as part of a small group – to embrace their artistic abilities, and realise the long term therapeutic benefits of drawing and painting.
Dorethea Nowack, Art Programme Project Manager, writes of the benefits of art:
“Emotionally, it can boost your confidence, make you feel pride in what you are achieving; give you a wonderful start to developing yourself creatively; totally stress-busting, so relaxing and a fun environment to be in.
“It may change the way you see everything around you as you start to see shapes, colour and texture in a clearer and more exciting way.”
A portfolio advisory service is also available to art students and those wishing to refine their existing portfolios.
Enham Trust supports over 8,500 disabled people across the country to gain choice, control, and independence over their daily lives.
For more information about Enham Trust, please visit: www.enhamtrust.org.uk