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Flowerfield CorridorIF YOU have a creative skill and enough teaching experience to pass it on, Flowerfield would like to hear from you. The arts centre hosts a variety of creative arts classes in all kinds of subjects – everything from digital photography to creative writing, ceramics, oils & acrylics and much more.

From time to time, opportunities arise for new tutors at the centre – either to replace tutors for existing classes, or to present classes or workshops in new subjects. If you’d be interested, why not send us your details and we’ll keep them on file?

We’re keen to hear from people with proven experience of teaching creative arts subjects. On this page you’ll find a downloadable tutor proposal form. Please fill in the details – your own personal details, and the details of the class or subject you’d like to teach, and send them to us at info@flowerfield.org.

Please bear in mind that your subject doesn’t have to be a lengthy one – you don’t have to be able to teach for ten weeks. If you think you could teach a shorter class or a one-day workshop on a particular subject, that’s fine. Feel free to attach any additional information you think might be relevant – your CV, qualifications etc.

You can also use the above e-mail address for any queries you may have on the matter. If you prefer to print the form (pdf) and post or hand deliver it, please send it to:

Creative Classes Co-ordinator,
Flowerfield Arts Centre,
185 Coleraine Road,
BT55 7HU.

Opening hours: 9am to 5pm, Monday to Friday, and 10am to 1pm, Saturday. Flowerfield is also often open on
weekday evenings when creative classes are running in the centre please call us for details.
Flowerfield Arts Centre, 185 Coleraine Road, Portstewart, BT55 7HU
028 7083 1400, info@flowerfield.org