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Great EXPO at Halloween ViVAsPro 2016

Great EXPO at Halloween ViVAsPro 2016



ViVAsPro would like to thank all for attending ViVAsPro Halloween Expo party on 21st October 2016, where the creative projects of students who'd undertaken various arts and crafts courses were displayed. A truly impressive display of work!




The art and craft courses with VivasPro proved a great success. Courses included flower arranging, jewellery making, sewing, leatherwork and painting, ranging from 2-10 weeks. The groups are small, enabling more time with the tutor. Feedback from students was positive. The course content was enjoyed and the schedule worked well for parents on the courses. The courses were a mix of beginners and experienced creatives, some having physical and learning disabilities. All students successfully completed their courses. A huge congratulations to all.


During the courses, the students were set a challenge to create with a Halloween twist. Their ghoulish gifts and spooky inspirations included flower arrangements resembling witches, haunting paintings and pumpkin handbags. All work was displayed at the Halloween Expo party where students were awarded certificates and appreciation shown for their efforts. Their work went down a Treat!


More courses are planned, which we will announce soon.


Visit ViVAsPro at the 6th Deaf Christmas Business Show on 10th December 2016, 5-10pm at St Luke Centre, 90 Central St, London, EC1V 8AJ. Entertainment includes a Laurel and Hardy Deaf Drama, a Deaf DJ, Santa's Grotto.


At the Christmas show you will see ViVAsPro and their annual exhibition of all students handiwork. This is last chance to see students' work before we release it to auction. The money raised will be used to fund future courses. Any donations would be greatly appreciated. Unsold handiwork will go home with the students. To book tickets for the event text 07545 257916 or email

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