Autism & Digital Creativity

Access Space is starting on its fourth year of providing active learning workshops for people on the Autism Spectrum.

In a small supportive group we explore drawing, making and shaping your ideas and imagination. Next we use Access Space’s digital manufacturing tools to take your designs from the computer screen and into the real world, using wood, plastic, paper or card. The focus is on making, doing and fun.

Here are some things people have made on our workshops.

When you can draw it you can make it

Our current series of workshops run on Fridays 11.00am to 1.00pm
8th March 2019
15th March 2019
29th March 2019
5th April 2019
12th April 2019

Please note that it will be necessary for participants to have some experience with computers. This does not have to be high level, but at least basic familiarity with keyboard/mouse.

To apply for a place, please send by email the following details:
– Name
– Email / Telephone – of participant (and carer/parent/friend)
– Will carer/parent/friend be accompanying?
– Brief details of participant’s abilities and any sensory issues

If you prefer to discuss this, or even visit our centre before deciding on the course, please do get in touch:

John Moseley
john@access-space.org
Tel 0114 2495522

This series of workshops has been funded by:
National Lottery Awards For All

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