Stockland Bull Creek Shopping Centre start workshop series

Stockland Bull Creek Shopping Centre manager Erica Campbell, marketing manager Kate Stagg and Mandurah artist Ashleigh Vincent. Picture: Jon Hewson
Stockland Bull Creek Shopping Centre manager Erica Campbell, marketing manager Kate Stagg and Mandurah artist Ashleigh Vincent. Picture: Jon Hewson

STOCKLAND Bull Creek Shopping Centre is playing host to a series of workshops in February and March.

The workshops will run on weekdays and cover topics such as art, job searching, tracing people’s family heritage and more.

Centre manager Erica Campbell said the workshops would take place in a previously vacant shop.

“The idea was to work with the community and work out ways they could utilise the space,” she said.

“The first aid workshops and resume workshops will be free, the idea was to give people a mix of activities to do.

“We are focusing on seniors with the workshops because there is an older demographic in Bull Creek, but it will be open to everyone.”

Mandurah artist Ashleigh Vincent will be running workshops covering topics such as watercolours, mixed collage and pen and ink drawings.

“A big part of the workshops will be about mental health and self-care because while you are being creative, you give our brain a rest,” she said.

“It’s also a nice way to socialise and have fun.”

Visit the centre’s Facebook page to book into the sessions.