10 Feb

New Bournemouth Venue

Our New Classroom

Our Clifftop Venue

We have recently agreed to hold our Bournemouth art classes in a beautiful new clifftop venue that is absolutely ideal for what we need…

From now on, we will be using the arched glazed orangery which adjoins The Suncliff Hotel, East Overcliff Drive, Bournemouth, Dorset, BH1 3AG, a truly unique room in every respect.

This light-filled glass pavilion is perfect for workshops and painting lessons and is located less than 1 mile to the east of the town centre. It’s an inspirational space that encourages students to be creative, while providing a cosy, contemporary environment at the same time.

A regular bus service stops outside and connects with much of the general conurbation, extending out as far as Christchurch and Hengistbury Head in one direction, and running right into the centre of town to the other.

Free parking is available for students to use, and additional metered on-street parking is located right outside for a nominal extra charge if preferred. The orangery offers plenty of space for pupils to spread out and practice their various projects without getting in each others way, and will now become the regular classroom in which we will hold our weekly town centre drawing and painting courses for both beginners and returning pupils.

Adrian Kay from The Seasons Art Class commented: “This is a fantastic room that really couldn’t be any better for our purposes. It’s light and bright, enjoys a beautiful view around the bay, and is nice and cool in the summer and warm in the winter. And with plenty of free car parking on site and a bus service that runs outside, it’s easy to get to as well, no matter what part of the conurbation you live in.”

To find out more about our curriculum, course start dates, or any other aspect of how we can help you learn to paint and draw, please telephone 01202-580909 or Contact Us By Email if you prefer, and we will do all we can to help.

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