Dyslexia Health and Wellbeing Through Art
The pottery evening is an opportunity to explore your creativity and relax while creating something beautiful! Get ready to socialise with the community and develop your pottery skills in a supportive environment.
Thu, 23rd Feb
6:30pm – 8:30pm
1A Rosebery Ave
Due to a limited number of places we are requesting participants to pay a £5 deposit to guarantee their spot. The £5 deposit can either be refunded or donated towards the charity to help with future events.
If you can’t afford the deposit please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
The Dyslexia Association of London is excited to announce our upcoming community event as part of our health and wellbeing series through art!
Explore 3D Visualisation
An experienced potter will be there to share tips, techniques and provide expert guidance, as you get creative with hand building styles. This is a great chance for you to gain new skills, meet new people and raise awareness for dyslexia. Plus, you get to take home something unique that you can be proud of!
Join us on our Health & Wellbeing Through Art event and discover the joys of pottery!
Join us for our health and wellbeing series through art, where we'll be exploring how creativity can benefit you. Get inspired and unleash your inner artist with us!
About Holborn Community Center
Holborn Community Center works strategically as a community anchor organisation – bringing together people and partner organisations to realise a wider benefit for the community. That work involves hosting community-led groups and working with TRA’s to develop support and activities that residents need the most. It means working with other local community organisations, local businesses and providers across the arts, care, movement and play sectors.
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