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Get Creative For Christmas At The Nathan Homestead

18 October 2005

Get Creative For Christmas At The Nathan Homestead

The Nathan Homestead (Manurewa Community Arts Centre) have the perfect answer to Christmas gifts this year. Develop your creative side at one of their classes this term and make your own original Christmas presents at the same time.

Hand-crafted gifts are always appreciated; whether it’s a photographic image you’ve captured, hand-crafted pottery or thrown from the potter's wheel, a stunning mosaic, a colourful painting or an interesting sculpture - classes are available at the Nathan Homestead to get you going.

These include: Principles of Photography, Digital Photography, Pottery for adults, Hooked on Pottery for children, Adventures in Abstract Painting, and Mosaics (short course).

Or why not give the unique gift of a course at the Nathan Homestead next year to that special creative someone!


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