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Creatorspace
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Creatorspace

Be inspired to learn a new skill, start a new hobby or try something different in these crafty fun-filled workshops.

Digital Art
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Digital Sketch

Create works of art without the mess of watercolours, acrylics or oil paints.

Digital Sketch

This single session course will teach you how you can draw digitally using a stylus and a tablet. Create works of art without the mess of watercolours, acrylics or oil paints. This session will use the Windows Ink sketching tools that are available on Windows 10.

This is a single program that runs for 2 hours with a short break in between.

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Digital Audio

Discover the first steps in creating your musical masterpiece.

Digital Audio

Discover the first steps in creating your musical masterpiece. The session will use the open source software LMMS to mix your music with pianos, guitar solos and drum beats. Create and showcase your music at the end of the session.

This is a single program that runs for 2 hours with a short break in between.

Digital 360

Learn how to capture 360 degree panoramic photographs using special cameras. Create interactive virtual tours using Story Spheres.

Digital 360

Learn how to capture 360 degree panoramic photographs using special cameras. Create interactive virtual tours using Story Spheres.

Basic computer skills recommended.

Adults and Teens (13+ years)

Technology
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Coders Challenge – Arcade Revival

Vintage gaming. Recreate old arcade classics using Scratch and Makey Makey.

Coders Challenge – Arcade Revival

Vintage gaming. Recreate old arcade classics using Scratch and Makey Makey.

Computer and coding experienced recommended.

Adults and Teens (13+ years)

Local History
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Chasing Our Past

Delve into the rich heritage of the historic city of Ipswich and discover the mysteries of the past.

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