Pure Art Studio
Pure Art Studio offers a place where people with a learning disability and an interest in art can develop their skills & thrive.
With the assistance of supporting artists you can attend skill sharing workshops, develop talents for sketching, painting, collage, printing techniques, ceramics & more.
Art offers freedom of expression and creativity to people who may otherwise struggle or not be given a chance to express themselves.
Explore your creative side in one of our three dedicated arts studios, located at Broadstone Mill in Reddish, The Grey Horse in Heaton Norris, and Vernon House, set within Stockport’s beautiful Vernon Park.
Our studios provide skill sharing workshops and exciting projects designed to develop your talents and confidence within an encouraging and supportive environment.
Thanks to a generous grant from the Manchester Airport Community Trust Fund we now have a kiln and can fire your ceramics so they will stand the test of time. You can see some of the beautiful works that have already been created below.
You could even have the chance to see your art work exhibited at a Manchester gallery.
Our “They Said, We Said” collection was held at The John Rylands in Manchester.
In Spring 2018, all 50 artists had work displayed at The People’s History Museum.
Another popular activity is animation. Learn to make your own stop-motion films and get involved with set-building, storyboarding, clay modelling and more.
Pure Studio has its own dedicated website, PureStudio.org.uk, where you can see more of its amazing work, learn about the artists themselves, and find out more of what’s been going on.
Or to get regular updates follow them on Twitter @PureArtStudio1
If you are interested in becoming a member of Pure Studio, or have any queries about available spaces at our other art and craft projects, please click the contact link below and we’ll get in touch.