current free opportunities

workshops at The Remakery

 

At little living room, we recognise the importance of accessing the creative industries regardless of your income. We partner with organisations and look for funds to subsidise spaces for unemployed people and/or people on low income salaries. You can apply via the link at the bottom of this page. There is limited availability.

This month we partnered with The Remakery in Leith Ocean terminal to bring you 4 workshops: 

July

Friday 29th (9-11am) - Needle Punch Art with Amy

 

All materials provided

 

August

Friday 19 (2-4pm )  - Jewellery Repair and repurpose with Rhiannon

Friday 26 (2-4pm) - Jewellery Repair and repurpose with Rhiannon

 

For both Jewellery workshops, we advise people to bring clothes or shoes they'd like to bejewel, broken bits of jewellery that they could up-cycle, or jewellery to repair/modify.

 

The remakery will provide spare bits and all tools and guidance.

 

Monday 29  (9-11am)- Paper Flower Making with Isabell

 

The Remakery will provide all materials, but feel free to bring any special paper bits you'd like to up-cycle.

if you are unemployed, on universal credit, a single person earning under the income tax threshold (£12,570) and/or a person with dependents earning under (£21000) then you are eligible to register to take part in the above workshops as a little living room member.

this opportunity is discrete and your personal circumstances will not be shared with staff or other participants

what you will receive:

- exclusive access to free workshops

- exclusive access to employment opportunities 

- discounts on products

- discounted and/or free tickets to llr events

to register follow this link.

the remakery workshops
the remakery workshops

Filmhouse - free community spaces to movie screenings! 

 

How it works: 

 

1. Choose a movie screening for your community - programme is here https://www.filmhousecinema.com/whats-on and updated 2 weeks in advance 

 

2. Make a list of how many people would like to go, with names and surnames

 

3. Contact Allan Irvine here Allan.Irvine@cmi-scotland.co.uk to book the spots!

 

4. Enjoy the movie ( cuppa is included) !

 

Please note the spots have to be booked by the community organiser to make sure we use the free spaces for your beneficiaries and not general public. 

 

Any questions you have regarding this please contact Allan mentioning this email, as we are just supporting their project by reaching out to local communities that could benefit from it!