Meet our talented local artist teachers, the professional tutors leading our extensive programme of creative art classes and courses set in inspiring locations across Liverpool city centre.
Evening courses run for 10 weeks and start in Autumn, Winter and Spring, so keep checking back for new listings. If you would like further information, or to suggest a subject for future class, please get in touch.
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Professional artist and muralist Emily Bartlett has led our popular Abstract Painting course for many seasons. At only 18, Emily achieved a triple distinction in her BTEC National Diploma in Art and Design. The same year saw her relocate to the vibrant city of Genoa, Italy, where she taught English and art for 6 years before returning to Liverpool to join arts collective The Royal Standard.
Roy Munday is a professional artist and painter based here in Liverpool. Roy has led our successful Life Drawing courses and Watercolour classes for almost 9 years, graduating from Liverpool John Moores university in 2004 with a BA (Hons) in Fine Art. One of his paintings won the Swiss Life prize, and now hangs in their Liverpool headquarters. In 2004 he was awarded the Norman Moores painting and drawing fellowship.
Rachel is a professional photographer and founder of Little Vintage Photography in Liverpool. She has expert knowledge in both analogue and digital photography and has taught a multitude of photography courses and workshops. Rachel currently runs our Analogue Weekend, Introduction to the Darkroom workshops, as well as Darkroom tuition by appointment.
Catherine is a Liverpool based artist currently working across painting and textile art. She completed a Textile Art degree at Huddersfield University before spending 6 months at The Arts and Crafts Academy of Kuopio, Finland where she had the opportunity to learn ancient Scandinavian skills such as bookbinding, weaving, and feltmaking. Catherine regularly leads dot-art’s Lino Cut and Festive Feltmaking workshops.