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Reach Out – Experimental Digital Photography Workshop at Making Space

Next Tuesday we’ll be holding an Experimental Digital Photography workshop at Making Space for young people. The workshop is part of Making Space’s Reach Out programme, a series of workshops for Children with additional needs who cannot access mainstream activities. On Tuesday 3oth May from 10am to 3pm we’ll be out and about on a special location shoot (or in a photography studio if it rains) working on our photos using different techniques. After lunch we’ll be creatively editing them & experimenting with different filters, layers and styles. Feel free to bring along cameras, tablets and laptops!

The session costs £16 and there are only 10 spaces. We’ve taught Reach Out workshops lots of times before, always really fun!

To book online click HERE alternatively please call / email Making Space on 023 9247 2491 / [email protected].

Requirements

Please note, as Making Space is a charity they require a minimum number of participants to make a course viable to run. In the run up to the workshop, Making Space will be in touch if numbers are too low to go ahead. So far the course is getting booked up quickly.

As spaces are limited, Making Space do require advance bookings. Once payment has been made, you are guaranteed a place. To book your place today, book online or email at [email protected] / phone 02392 472491.

If not booking online Making Space accept cheques (made payable to Making Space), cash (if booking in person) or card payments over the phone.

About Reach Out

Working with Face it Resources, a local autism support network, Making Space programmes an exciting and rewarding series of workshops and events, specifically designed for children and young people with additional needs (including autism, ADHD and Asperger’s). As with all of Making Space’s workshops, the Reach Out sessions are of the same high standard – they simply allow for additional support and resources during these activities so that participants can have the best possible time, in line with their requirements. Parents, carers and buddies are all welcome to attend if the child would like them to.

The relaxed and friendly atmosphere of these sessions has proven hugely successful, with some young people having coming back time and time again over the course of three years! If you’d like to find out more, please email Making Space at [email protected]

The Reach Out programme is kindly funded by Hampshire County Council’s Short Breaks grant scheme, Inspiring You.

 

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