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Art Factory: Adult Art Group

Tuesdays → 12pm - 1.30pm & 2.30pm - 4pm
16 yrs +

Art Factory is a studio style art session for those age 16yrs+. The group is relaxed and informal - no previous experience is required and everyone is made very welcome.

Each week, as a group, we look and learn about an artist and their work - exploring themes and techniques alongside an insight into the period of time and social context.

We welcome members of the group to suggest artists to look at, past sessions have focused on the artwork of Frida Kahlo, Pablo Picasso, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Lee Mingwei and David Shrigley – to name a few!  We also studied the Scottish Colourists, the Glasgow boys and girls as well as the new Glasgow boys and girls. 

During this block we are running two Art Factory classes on a Tuesday afternoon - a class at 12pm and a second class at 2.30pm.

For more information email info@platform-online.co.uk or phone/text 0745 810 5322 to speak to a member of the Platform team.

You must pre book your space before joining/attending. Please do not attend until you have booking confirmation. 

Please do not travel to Platform if you feel unwell or have any of the symptoms associated with Covid-19. 

You are welcome to continue mask wearing in indoor public spaces in line with government and public health advice, though this is no longer a legal requirement. 

Hand washing facilities and sanitiser will be easily accessible before, during and after the workshop.

Dates and times
Tue 19 Apr - Tue 21 Jun 2022
12pm - 1.30pm & 2.30pm - 4pm
Additional info


These classes are offered on a Pay-What-You-Like basis, where you decide what to pay. You can pay online or at the class itself in cash or by card. Click the ‘book tickets’ link for more information and/or to pay.

Art Factory member Gillian said: “Art Factory gives me a chance to explore myself in a safe space. I’ve made new friends and I have had many opportunities to gain new experiences and confidence. One word to describe my experience is INSPIRING”.


Image credit: Coulson & Tennant

Gillian (Image: Coulson & Tennant)

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