SALISBURY Art Centre is giving visitors the chance to get creative and boost their imaginations on Saturday.

There will be three workshops and an exhibition on Saturday.

Celebrate: Gathered and Gifted 2017 exhibition opens from 11am-2pm. Discover a hand-picked collection of work by contemporary artists and makers to give and enjoy this Christmas. Enjoy choosing from an array of work in ceramics, glass, textiles, paint, print, jewellery and wood.

Celebrate: Gathered and Gifted will run until December 23. The arts centre is open Tuesday-Saturday, 10am - 3pm.

From 1.30pm there will be a one-off workshop for adults, lino printing with Charlotte Moreton. It costs £30 and materials are provided.

Another one-off creative workshop for adults with Charlotte Moreton on that day (10am-1pm) is Christmas printing. Participants can create their own unique cards and wrapping paper for friends and family this year. It costs £30, materials are provided.

Porcelain Christmas making with Mirka Golden-Hann runs from 2-4pm. The cost is £18, materials provided.

Tickets for all workshops are available online at or from the box office on 01722 321744. Entry to the exhibition and the opening event is free.

Other offerings at Salisbury Arts Centre include a music-driven documentary about a special girl falling in love with Bollywood.

The Queen of Silence is being shown on Wednesday, 7.30pm. Doors open at 6.45pm.

Ten-year-old Denisa is an outcast in many ways. She is an illegal citizen of a gypsy camp in Poland, a woman in a patriarchal gypsy community and most of all – she does not speak.

No one has ever diagnosed her with severe hearing disabilities. She lives in a world of her own, full of rhythm and dance, imitating the glamorous women from the Bollywood DVDs she found in a nearby garbage can. Dancing she can be anyone she wants, even a queen, and express what she cannot say – joy, sadness and fear.

Tickets are available online or from the box office.