"Trained in eye, mind and hand"

- Mary Watts on the aims of the Compton Potters' Guild, 1902

Art for All Community Learning Programme

Our Art for All Community Learning Programme follows the ethos of our artist-founders, who believed that art had the power to change society and should be available for everyone to experience and enjoy.

Just as Mary Watts supported the local community to learn creative skills, we work in partnership with charities, organisations and prisons to offer artist-led workshops to young people and adults. Through engaging creatively with art and ideas, participants develop skills, gain qualifications, employment and rehabilitation.

For more information about the Art for All Community Learning Programme, please contact the Community Programme Curator, Stephanie O'Neill-Winbow at

A child in a blue smock draws flowers at a table covered in other drawings and art supplies like watercolour sets
Two members of a sensory tour feel an example of Gesso Grosso

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