Cambridge Art Makers is a not for profit organisation in Linton, Cambridgeshire. We offer a range of weekly and short courses for adults and children in textiles & mixed media, drawing and painting, jewellery & silversmithing, glass, woodwork and patchwork and quilting, with new courses being added frequently. If you can’t find a course you’re looking for sign up to our newsletter and email us in case it’s something we are already planning, or can set up.
We run all our classes from 6 Lintech Court, in the charming village of Linton and we are delighted to be sharing the premises with Cambridge Woodwind Makers. We have a two storey building with wood, metal and glass workshop space in the downstairs area; primarily used by Cambridge Woodwind Makers but also used by Cambridge Art Makers. Upstairs comprises the main art studio, and our lovely kitchen for tea, coffee, biscuits and lunch for all-day classes.
The trustees are pleased to have Susannah and her sister Rosemary Bangham to undertake the day to day running of these courses and the charity.
In our creative and inspiring space custom kitted for art and craft courses, you can let your imagination and creativity run free under the expert eye of our highly accomplished artisan tutors.
The tutors and we look forward to welcoming you to Lintech court soon.
Testimonials from courses at Cambridge Art Makers
“I am so glad that Sheila provided my introduction to Enamelling. There was a great atmosphere and Sheila was so professional in sharing her knowledge and skills with us and your workshop an ideal venue. I do so hope that there might be a followup “Revisited Course” as I am keen to do more now that the seed is sown.”
“The course was everything you could ask for. I love coming here!”
“I have looked for a pattern making course for many years and was delighted to find this one. The venue, teacher and facilities were all excellent.”
“I learnt skills I have wanted to learn for years. Jacqui was brilliant and it was a lovely, friendly atmosphere in a well equipped space.”
Were you happy with the facilities and equipment provided for the course? “Yes, we had everything we might need, and more!”
Are you confident that you have achieved the intended outcomes of the course? “Yes – I have an adaptable pattern block and the ability to make variations to it.”
Were you happy with the quality of the teaching you received? “Yes, the tutor was very experienced and confidently assisted each individual with their varied requests.
Were you happy with the facilities and equipment provided for the course? “Yes, the materials required were all provided and all the necessary tools were provided and of good quality.”
“This course was really useful in developing my dressmakers ability and giving me the confidence to adapt patterns as well as create my own. I had a lot of fun and met some very interesting people.”
“A really enjoyable and productive day, using a technique that was completely new to me”
“Amazing and encouraging. Enough tuition and plenty of time for practice.”
“I had my window fitted into my bathroom door! I’m so excited and absolutely love it. I’m hugely proud of myself as when I started Jill’s classes I ouldn’t even cut a piece of glass straight. The fact that I managed to make a whole window is testament to Jill’s expertise and patience. Please can you thank her profusely as I’m chuffed to pieces that I’ve achieved my little dream. Thank you so much for making me feel so welcome.”
“Elia is one of the most talented jewllers that I have had the pleasure of being tutored by.”
“Lovely relaxed and friendly environment. Thank you x”
“The company was great. I learnt a lot and I will be back for this class!”
“I took a break from my workbench to spend an idylic day @cambridgeartmakers in a drawing and watercolour class. Such a creative environment, it’s left me feeling happy, inspired and invigorated!”
“It was such an enjoyable day! Thank you SO much for showing me that a piece can be completed in less than a week (or more!) A totally different approach for me and I’m grateful for Janet Edwards’ patience, encouragement and skill.”