Learning is at the heart of all we do, and here at Keighley Creative we believe in building a sense of wonder to help you achieve your artistic goals and ambitions.

Our workshops and educational programmes listen to what you need and let you try out new skills, at your own pace, in a friendly environment, whether it is in our building or out in the town.

Everyone is welcome to learn with us, and we are always learning too!


Working with Schools

If you are interested in how we could work with your school or college, do get in touch.

Naseem Darbey and Gemma Hobbs have worked in schools and colleges across the district, delivering projects and standalone workshops so you and your students can experience life in a working studio. Currently developing our Arts Award offer, you could even get accreditation for your work with us.

To find out more about visits or outreach work email


Community Workshop

Our warm and welcoming public workshop space, fully equipped for arts activities and ideal for small to medium sized groups.

Great for local art, craft or wellbeing groups looking for a place to meet, it is a self-contained room next to the Kitchen, with easy access to a mobility friendly toilet. Featuring a projector and small art library it is great fun for art enthusiasts to teach and learn in. 

The Community Workshop is home to our Arts for Brain Health Programme, including Monday Creative (dementia-friendly art sessions), and Wednesday Creative (daytime drop in sessions for people experiencing social isolation, anxiety, and loneliness).

The Community Workshop is available to hire. Any enquiries please email:

The Orange Room at Keighley Creative
Papier mache hygs created by Monday Creative group - art for people affected by dementia
Monday Creative - art for people affected by dementia