The weather outside is frighful, but FCE is so delightful - it's time to embark on a new learning adventure. We've got lots of fresh offerings this term and many of last term's classes will welcome new students. For the artists, we now have an evening class in Life Drawing. Hannah Carding who lives in Frome, currently teaches life drawing at The Wallace Collection in London. She will be offering a friendly, practical class on Thursday evenings for all abilities. Steven Jenkins' Linocuts is back for a Saturday workshop and Mary Cross will be running a Basketry course for more experienced basketmakers. Debbie Powell is running a daytime Textiles class for those people who were disappointed last time.
If you are looking to be creative on a larger scale, local architect Graham Burgess is running a weekend workshop in February called Bypassing the Housing Crisis; Community and DIY Solutions looking at unconventional solutions to the current housing situation. We still have lots of classes to improve your wellbeing, an additional Yoga class with Marilyn Wiltshire, a morning Meditation class and Communicate with Confidence to help with your personal and work relationships.
If culture is your thing then we have Woody Rivers' latest course on European and American Modernism, more Greek Myths or Latin and Roman culture with Philip Powell, Art History Down Under with Paul Chapman. And Local History is back! Writer David Lassman will help you to explore the town's fascinating past through a process of personal research and group interaction. This is a great class for the budding researcher and for those new to Frome.
Why not try one of our classes as a special gift to yourself or give someone the gift of learning something different and perhaps finding a new enthusiasm in the new year?