Flameworks Creative Arts Facility was founded in 2000 by former staff and students at Plymouth College of Art.
As one of the largest managed workspaces in the South West, Flameworks house artists and makers and occupy a former industrial unit over a waterfront location in Devonport.
The Creative Arts Facility is run by volunteers and provides and gives artists and makers’ the chance to showcase and sell their work to the public. The artists can also make contacts in the industry while doing this.
Flameworks currently house 22 artists that work in many different media occupations, metalworkers, jewellers, painters and glassworks are to name a few.
The artists also offer a wide variety of educational opportunities for example; community education, outreach work, public Art project with community engagement, tailored courses to the national curriculum and a range of artists with teaching qualifications & full DBS checks.
There are also a range of courses that artists run themselves that include; metalwork - contemporary and historical, jewellery, hot glass/flameworking, ceramics, woodwork, printmaking and mosaics.
If you need any more information on these courses please contact Flameworks on firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01752 559326.