Stained glass angels
Who is this course for?
Have you ever looked at a piece of stained glass and wondered how it was made? If so, this is the perfect opportunity for you to find out and have a go at making a beautiful stained glass angel of your own.
A unique handmade Christmas keepsake or gift for someone special.
You will be taught in a small, friendly and supportive group, where you will have the opportunity to gain confidence and make new friends.
You will be learning new skills, principles and techniques that are needed to work with stained glass to produce your individual stained glass angel using the copper foil method.
Support and feedback
You will get continual support and feedback from your tutor throughout the sessions and have opportunities to discuss and review your progress.
Additional costs and requirements
All resources will be provided.
You will need to bring a bag to take you angel home in.
You will be using associated chemicals and tools and so will need to follow Health and Safety guidelines and use personal protective equipment.
There are no entry requirements.
You may be eligible for a learner bursary if you can demonstrate that attending a course will improve your wellbeing. Eligibility is determined after a short interview with a member of our learning support team. You must be aged over 19 on 31st August 2019 and your household income below £16.009.50 to access this fund. Contact your local centre for more details.
Will I have to do anything outside of the session?
There is no requirement to undertake any additional work in your own time
About the tutor
Colette Olah works as a tutor for Learn Devon and delivers a variety of Art and Craft courses. She also teaches Computer and Employability Skills to jobseekers in Barnstaple. She is a qualified Art and Design teacher who has worked in both mainstream and SEN education. She has also delivered Independent Life Skills to adults with learning difficulties and taught art and drawing skills in Adult Education classes in Worcestershire.
Prior to gaining her PGCE, Colette worked In Arts Development for Wolverhampton C.C, devising Arts initiatives across the city that were accessible to all sections of the community. She believes that art is for everyone and aims to create a relaxed and enjoyable environment for all participants.