Time for Art offers art workshops delivered by a skilled and qualified art tutor.
Through this the participants will gain:
1. Pleasure and enjoyment,
Gaining personal confidence and interaction with others, gaining their own voice,
3. Increased self esteem,
Gaining personal confidence and interaction with others,
4. Life skills,
Workshops are participatory and therefore participants will gain experience of working as a team. In addition they will acquire artistic and craft skills they can utilise in the future.
5. Processing trauma
Undertaking art projects can act as a vehicle to release and process emotions.
Time for art is a secular charity but tutors are sensitive to the needs of the group both socially and culturally.
The tutor will enable the participants to engage fully and tailor each workshop to the needs of the participants.
Tutors complete a "groups needs assessment and desired outcomes” before each workshop to ensure outcomes are met.
The art activities take place in the institution in which the above groups of persons live or in a venue appropriate for the activities and close to or within the community of the persons it is to benefit.
Workshops for street children will take place in the institution in the country in which they reside.