Make new clothes from old
Designing a good travel publication, creating a new outfit from old clothes and making a sex toy - these are just some of the things participants can learn at workshops, as part of Substation's A Home For The Arts programme.
It is the first time the arts centre is holding the programme.
The programme is divided into three components - School, Recreation and Therapy.
In its Therapy component, called Armenian Clinic, participants are prescribed "healing films" by film-makers for issues that range from "persistent cynicism" to a "declining quality of life".
The Recreation component allows participants to engage in different forms of play.
All the workshops under the School component - called School Of Uncommon Knowledge - run on barter or an exchange of services.
Ms Ailin Chin, The Substation's programme manager for education and outreach, told The New Paper: "There is the whole debate about how teachers are service providers and students are customers. That transactional model of education is problematic so we wanted to shake things up.
"This is more relational, allows for relationships to be built and is the first step towards building a community."
The activities and workshops will run until the end of this month.
Go to www.ahomeforthearts.org for more information.