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New Visual Grammar Course in Liverpool

Venue: A Small Cinema, 57 Victoria St, Liverpool

When: Beginner - Monday 14th September at 12:00 am (for 10 weeks)

When: Intermediate - Monday 14th September at 6:00 pm (for 10 weeks)

Cost:  FREE (or if you are NOT on a means tested benefit its only £35.70)

 So what is visual grammar exactly?

Well, literally it means communication without words, a concept everpresent in the world of film.  Words alone will not always convey the filmamker's message.

WEA Garden Wins Bronze at Tatton RHS Show!

Field to Fabric the exciting project from Lancashire Museums and WEA was funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF). WEA students from across Lancashire have been researching Lancashire’s textile industry charting the social and industrial background and the journey of cloth production from plant, through the carding, spinning, weaving and dyeing processes into fabric.

WEA Student Art Exhibition In Cheshire

We'd like to invite you to an exhibition of student work from three WEA classes held at Hoole Community Centre, Chester. The classes are taught by Judy Gough and include Starting with Abstract Art, Continuing Abstract Art and Life Drawing. All are very welcome - come and see the range of excellent work the students have created over the last year. The event is totally FREE to attend.

Wednesday 22nd July 1-6 pm, Hoole Community Centre, WESTMINSTER ROAD, HOOLE, CH2 3AU

Rotunda Writers publish a book

Ramble through original confectionaries, light and dark, morsels that will tease every palate. Will the devil ride out? Will love conquer all? What horrors lie in store for the unwary? Will brave adventurers seize the day? Will good triumph over evil? Are you adventurous enough to pick me up and sample my delights? If you are and you enjoy me, don't keep me a secret? Tell the world. You can betray our secrets... this time.

WEA students create a Cathedral for Liverpool Transatlantic Cakefest and win prize for 2nd best cake!

As part of the Transatlantic 175 celebrations and the Eat the Atlantic food festival, on 4 and 5 July, WEA Tutor Julie Taylor and students from sugarcraft and cake decorating courses at St Pauls Church Kirkdale helped create a giant edible map of Liverpool and Manhattan.