May Half Term Programme 2018 – 3 morning and 1 afternoon session (each session can be booked individually)

Session 1: van Gogh with Clay!

Tuesday 29th May (morning):  van Gogh with clay! – Learn about the art and life of Vincent van Gogh and create an artwork from clay in his style – Van Gogh was one of the greatest artists of the 19th century, tragically misunderstood and neglected in his time, he created some of the most iconic images in the history of art.

Session 2A: Pop Art Wolves!

Wednesday 30th May (morning):  Learn about the American Pop Art Movement which dominated the art world in the 1960s and also about wolves, and create a pop art style neon wolf!


Session 2B: Graffiti Art!

Wednesday 30th May (afternoon):  Graffiti  has been a means of self-expression from early civilization to present day – come and have fun creating graffiti and learn about famous graffiti artists of today.

Session 3: David Hockney inspired art

Thursday 31st May (morning):  Hockney is the foremost British painter today, and one of the greatest living painters in the world  with clay or paint – kids’ choice.

Age:  suitable for children aged 5-13 – Time: 10.00 am – 1.00 pm save for Session 2B which is 2.00 – 5.00 pm.   Children may stay from 10.00 am – 5.00 pm on 30th May, if they are signed up for the morning and afternoon sessions but should bring a packed lunch – Place:  all sessions at the KidsArtStudio

Cost:  £35 per session per child (payable on booking, please)

What’s included:  Art tuition, materials and snacks. 

Consent:  Booking implies consent to use of your child’s art work on the KidsArt!  website and facebook page

Cancellation policy:  We are unable to refund but you may send another child not already booked in your child’s place

Full booking terms here!

For all other enquiries call/text 07827 275821 / contact us

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