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Creative Directions

A friendly group where you can develop friendships & ignite new passions

A group of people making art around a table. One of them is drawing and another is examining a small object.

Are you looking to explore new passions or make social connections?

Embracing creativity can be a great way to add joy to life and boost your mental wellbeing. Regardless of your background, life stage or experiences, Creative Directions offers a welcoming, safe space for all.

Join our creative community in Doncaster and discover talents you didn’t know you had. Take part in activities to build confidence, foster self-expression and grow friendships. There’s plenty to have a go at, from music to creative writing, visual arts and more. No experience is necessary and we’ll provide all the materials.

Creative Directions is open to any Doncaster resident aged 18 or over. All abilities and mobilities are welcome – our artists can adapt any activity to ensure everyone can take part in a way that suits their needs. We understand that taking the first step towards something new can be challenging, especially if you’re struggling right now, but our friendly professional artists are there to guide, support and gently challenge you along the way. 

When and where?

The Point
Thursdays, 10-12pm & 1.30-3.30pm
From 10-12pm bring your own project or make use of our materials. From 1.30-3pm, join our artists to try new activities and develop your skills. No booking required – free to attend. Contact amy@wearedarts.org.uk or 01302 493991 if you have any questions at all.

Edlington Helping Hands Centre (Hilltop), DN12 1PL
Mondays, 1.30-3.30pm (not Bank Holidays)
No booking required – free to attend. Contact amy@wearedarts.org.uk or 01302 493991 if you have any questions at all.

You leave real life behind when you walk in here and we all just laugh for two hours.


Creative Directions is designed to be flexible, so just come along when you can. Just because you’re working with professional artists it doesn’t mean you need any experience with the arts. Everyone is creative and capable of expressing themselves in their own way, and help and support will always be available when you want it. Before you know it you’ll unlock creative skills and become more confident in using them in your everyday life in positive ways.

To find out more about The Point, our facilities and how to get here, please follow this link.

Creative Directions is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund.

 

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