There is always so much going on at Mustard Tree. Come along and get creative!
Classes are fun and a great way to do something meaningful with the day, to improve your confidence and skills, or to make new friends. Come on down – we’d love to meet you!
To join a class, find out what’s on below in our Manchester hub, or our hub in Little Hulton, and download your own timetables. All classes are free and open to drop-in (find us here) or ring us on 0161 850 2282 for more information.
Calling all creatives! A message from our Creative Programmes Manager Graham. Want to be part of our online creative collaboration? We’d love to hear your thoughts on how we can connect – please email email@example.com with any ideas or to register your interest, and see how you can get involved in different projects with the below step by step guides.
Painting Angels with Graham: Working with acrylics, time, gravity and colour. Creating explosive, nebulous, angelic abstracts. Step by step video.
Mustard Tree sketch tutorial – ‘The Face’ – As part of Mental Health Awareness Week 2020, our Creative Programmes Manager Graham guides us through the process of sketching the face. To follow the tutorial step by step, please click here.
If you have never tried doing any art before or feel you are a confident artist, then this group is for you. There is plenty of space to do your own thing and try new mediums
Compose your own tracks in our music studio. Learn skills in recording and production alongside others, with the help of our facilitators.
Create your own songs, starting from a poem or melody. Collaborate with others and work alongside our facilitators to bring your ideas to life. No musical background or experience necessary.
£12.50 could pay for one person’s materials and resources when accessing over creative programmes over 12 months – click here to donate.
Focusing on singing together in a group to well known songs and working on acoustic covers together as a choir.
Learn new skills in sewing, printmaking and repairing/creating your own clothing. Create pieces of art using textile methods.
Learn the basics of guitar playing (electric or acoustic) in a one-to-one session with one of our facilitators.