Come and enjoy the atmosphere of painting in a small group. In each class you will produce your finished painting on your own, guided step by step by the Artist Agayev, so that you can take home your masterpiece to impress your family and friends. Discover how landscape painting can be loads of fun and good for your soul. Painting is a skill that can be mastered by anyone. It is not dependent on talent. Any skill can be learned and practiced, and painting is no exception.
Anyone welcome to join us. We are supporting elderly & disabled people and our art classes is free for asylum seekers. We're here to help you and we will do our best service to provide you the joyful day. Registration is required, please click HERE to download the form (read our GDPR for your information on how we protect your data). Save on your Desktop, then open from your desktop to fill it and then save it with your name. After than please email to us, if you struggled then pop in one of our class and we will help you.
Transport for elderly and disabled people
Our wheelchair accessible mini bus is perfect for care, residential and nursing homes. We can arrange to collect passengers from your front door or reception and transport them to Drop-Inn Art Classes on every Thursday. This service cost £11 including art materials and refreshments. Click here to book
Monday Art Classes
Learn Drawing and Painting a Portrait & Landscape with Acrylic Colours. Read more
Wednesday Art Class
Learn Drawing a Portrait with Graphite Pencil, Charcoal Stick, Crayon and Pastel Colours. Read more
Thursday ART Drop-In
Visit LAZ Gallery to see recent exhibition.Non-members are welcome to paint. Read more
Friday Art Class
Learn Drawing and Painting a Portrait & Landscape with Oil Colours. Read more
"United Leicester" project supported by the Comic Relife Fund. Art Class runs on Monday afternoon for asylum seekers, refugees and local people.
"Art Light" project supported by the Awards For All, Lottery Fund. Art Class runs on Thursday afternoon for asylum seekers, refugees and local people.