Maternal Journal uses creative techniques to explore the huge changes, joys and challenges we go through in pregnancy, birth and parenthood. No previous experience is required, and activities include a range of techniques.
Sessions are currently running during term-time at The Art House and Tieve Tara in Airedale. They are for anyone who identifies as a mother and has recently given birth or has a pre-school child, as well as those currently pregnant, and believes the sessions will be of benefit to them.Enquire about Maternal Journal
Creative Age is a group for people living with dementia and their carers. People can attend either alone, as a carer or person with dementia, or together. No previous experience is necessary and the sessions are free to attend.
We run two-hour courses in four-week blocks and provide an opportunity to take some time out of the daily routine, to be creative, maybe try something new, or possibly rekindle an interest from the past.Enquire about Creative Age
Arts for Health & Wellbeing
Free, creative short courses designed to improve confidence, health and wellbeing. There is a wide variety of possible artforms including printmaking, collage, painting, drawing, textiles, photography and ceramics, all of which are taught be expert teaching artists.
We are currently working with parents with school-age children as well as refugees and asylum seekers, alongside the Creative Age and Maternal Journal participants.Enquire about Arts for Health & Wellbeing
Get in touch!
If our Arts & Health programme sounds like something that you, or someone you know, may benefit from, you can get in touch by filling in a contact form.
Our team are available to discuss a person’s individual needs and how to best accommodate them, and are more than happy to help.
*Please be sure to mention Re-emerge in your form