Milton Keynes Art Centre
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Schools Art Menu provides contemporary art and craft workshops for all Key Stages led by our Artist Associates, held in specialist art rooms, ceramic, woodshop and silversmith studios.

Workshops and experiences can be tailored to compliment topics already being taught, including Tudor-era inspired ceramic ware, 20th Century designs and pre-historic mod-roc sculptures.

Milton Keynes Arts Centre is a multidisciplinary arts centre set in the grounds of Great Linford Manor Park. We present a programme of exhibitions, live events and educational activities inspired by our historic setting, offering unique and meaningful collaborations between artists, children, young people and our diverse, often marginalised communities. We provide artists with access to specialist resources and the space to explore new ideas, developed in tandem with our communities.

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Fee Structure:

Half Day, (2 hours) 10am - 12pm, or 12-2pm (includes 15 minutes break), £175

Full Day, (4 hours) 10am - 2pm (includes 30 minute break), £250

Bookings need to be made 30 days in advance of workshop.

Staff Training:

Picture Perfect Location, Professional Artist-leaders, Specialist Studios and Workshops; Milton Keynes Arts Centre offers unique and inspiring Creative Training designed to your Team's specific requirements.

Set in the beautiful grounds of Great Linford Manor Park, Milton Keynes Arts Centre feels like a country escape despite being only a few minutes drive from central Milton Keynes. Our specialist studios are set amongst green parkland and historic buildings, so no matter how local your business, your away day will feel like a genuine breakout from city life.

Collaborating with artists, your team will join together for an enjoyable and unique experience in the Arts Centre's idyllic setting of Great Linford Manor Park.

Benefits:

  • Professional and personal development

  • Creative thinking and strategising

  • Partnership and communication

  • Shared vision

  • Strengthening team bonds


Available Activities:

  • Life Drawing

  • Pot Throwing and Ceramics

  • Working with natural materials

  • Drawing and Painting


References:

Tom Molloy, Giffard Park Primary School, tmolloy@giffardpark.milton-keynes.sch.uk

Nina Chauhan-Banks, Stantonbury Campus, nina.chauhan-banks@stantonbury.org

Other Information:

Parking: Available on site

Public Liability Insurance: Held

Safeguarding: All Staff are DBS Checked

Accessibility: Milton Keynes Arts Centre gallery and ground floor ceramics studio is accessible to wheelchair users. Our art room and silversmith studio are located on the first floor.

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Contact Name
Thomas Eke
Address
Parklands, Great Linford, MK14 5DZ
Phone
01908 608108