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Arts & Crafts Lessonsacross Scotland

We can help you find the right Arts & Crafts teacher in Scotland to help you develop your skills. One-to-one lessons are a great way to improve your confidence, be it in cooking, drama or elocution to name but a few. Please use our service to search for Arts & Crafts teachers / Arts & Crafts lessons near you (anywhere in Scotland) and select the teacher you feel is right for you so that you can start benefiting from Arts & Crafts lessons!

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Sheila

Sheila

Prestwick
: Masters in Education (Lifelong Learning, BA Social Sciences, Dip Comm, Teaching Qualification in Business Studies (Further Education (0)
back to college and learn silversmithing. I have completed projects in dressmaking, sewing, cross stitching, soft toy making, quilting to name a few. I began making jewellery as well as beaded projects and realised that I was able to sell my work. Then began - Sheila Jewellery. My business is just over 2 years old and I design and make bespoke tiaras and jewellery. I also run beginner's and intermediate beading/jewellery making classes - this...

Sharon

Shotts
Elocution, Creative Writing
Bachelors: Applied Computing (2005)
a qualified TEFL (Teach English as a Foreign Language) Teacher, I have a PDA in Adult Dyslexia, a Certificate in Teaching Pronunciation qualification and a BSc in Applied Computing. I have provided tuition in English and Maths at Primary and Secondary levels for the past 10 years. I previously worked for 5 years as a Class Teacher running innovative technology-led sessions to children aged 3 to 16 years. I am patient, understanding, methodical and organised...
Augustus

Augustus

Edinburgh
Drawing
Masters: Sculpture (2011)
makers. The classes for beginners included: drawing for sculpture, relief and stereo-metrical modeling, whilst the advanced workshop introduced students to representational and abstracted sculpture. Students were introduced to contemporary art practices such us: installation and performance art and to traditional material and techniques (clay and plaster work, polystyrene, cardboard and modeling), whilst they were involved in Waste mould, silicon rubber casting and Bronze casting. I have been working as a community worker and Art facilitator...

Sandra

Masters: Knowledge Management (2006)
crafts for over 25 years. I teach classes from a workroom from home. I have lived abroad for many years. I have taught patchwork, embroider, hardanger embroidery, knitting and crochet as well as many other crafts for over 25 years. I have taught in Singapore, Dubai and Moscow most recently. I am patient and supportive of students. I take them through the basics before starting a new project to gauge which level of skill the...
Eadaoin

Eadaoin

Creative Writing
Masters: MLitt Modern and Contemporary Literature (2014)
to publish my play about Dylan Thomas, "The Boathouse." Since the second year of my BA I have led workshops and classes in creative writing for the TCD Literary Society, the St Andrews Inklight Group, and the StAnza festival. In creative writing I place great emphasis on reading as much as writing. For each creative writing class, whether it be prose, poems or plays, I would ask the tutee to read a text and identify...
Marisa

Marisa

Stirling
Bachelors: International Studies (2006)
islands and get much inspiration from the beautiful Scottish scenery. i am an avid reader and particularly enjoy novels by John Grisham, Francine Rivers and anne Cleeves. I am a qualified adult literacy tutor and volunteer at my local adult learning centre to help those with difficulties in literacy. I co-lead a creative writing group. I lead creative writing workshops at creative retreats for artisans. I also offer proofreading services to aspiring writers. I would...
Alex

Alex

Glasgow
Creative Writing
Masters: Professional Writing (2013)
Writing. For the past 2 years I have worked as a professional copywriter and blogger. I have run workshops and created manuals for my colleagues to improve their writing style and develop their understanding of how to produce great writing. While on my Masters I created and delivered several classes on a variety of topics for my peers. I aim to make my sessions as informative as possible, with a focus on the individual that...
Nadia

Nadia

Edinburgh
Painting, Drawing
Masters: Fine Arts (2015)
and finally, video art and filmmaking. I am an artist and coordinator of the ArtRipples Collective and Time to Change Art Project. I have participated in several exhibitions around Scotland, Spain, Italy and Greece and for the past few years I work as an experimental filmmaker and video artist with entries in Short Film Festivals around the world. I love art and thus, I cover a wide range of artistic expression as I believe that...
Julie

Julie

Dalkeith
Drawing, Painting, Photography, Sculpture
PGCE: P.G.C.E. for Further and Higher Education (1999)
Julie (BA Hons, PGCE) has worked for 17 years in further education and art college. She has exhibited her own artwork extensively, both nationally and internationally. Julie is the founder of Portfolio Oomph – getting you into art college. Portfolio Oomph has been developed to help with art college applications and has successfully guided many students onto some of the country's most competitive colleges and courses. Julie's passion and mission is assisting students in creating...
Chao-Yi

Chao-Yi

Edinburgh
Painting, Drawing
Doctorate: Art and Design (2019)
in Edinburgh College of Art. I am involving in interdisciplinary art and design fields, such as acrylic drawing, illustration, comic drawing, Chinese calligraphy and sketch. I believe that creative impulse and inspiration can be evoked naturally during the process of drawing. Learning how to draw should be joyful, free and stressless. I have worked for a couple of years in elementary school. Teaching children, between 9 to 12 years old, to experience various artistic techniques...

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