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New Creative Programme for 16-19 Year Olds in Edinburgh!

Love Your Room!


Love Your Room is an exciting 12 week creative makeover programme. Throughout the course of 12 Monday afternoon workshops participants will work with an interior designer to learn how to design the room of their dreams through:


• Creating collage artwork

• Revamping second hand furniture

• Making soft furnishings like cushions


Workshop materials will be provided and each participant will also receive a shopping budget of £25 to transform their room from drab to fab! The course will also include shopping and research trips around the city centre.


Love Your Room is an access course for Creative Pathways, an 18 week creative youth employability programme starting in March. Participants who show commitment to the Love Your Room course will be offered a fast track interview for the programme.


We will be accepting referrals throughout the 12 week period.

The programme starts on Monday 21st of January. Workshops run every Monday for 12 weeks from 1-5pm.



Please contact Lisa at or call 0131 661 9102 07969 551 987 for more information.



The workshops will take place at:

Impact Arts,

66 Albion Road,




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