2017 May / June Half Term Art Camp
Session 1: Animals of Pablo Picasso!
Wednesday 31st May: Animals of Pablo Picasso – Learn about Picasso and create an animal Picasso style – Picasso was one of the greatest artists of the 20th century, and although his enigmatic paintings can be hard to interpret (and he famously refused to explain), he often used animals as symbols.
Session 2A: Planets, Galaxies and astronauts!
Thursday 1st June (morning): Learn how to paint Planets, Galaxies and astronauts! (With photos from Hubble and current space missions!)
Session 2B: Ancient Egyptian Art
Thursday 1st June (afternoon): Ancient Egyptian Art – instantly recognisable and fascinating for so many reasons – unlike Western art it changed little for 3000 years, colours had meanings quite apart from what was shown in the picture, and the glorious painted works that have come down to us have inspired generations. Learn about Egyptian art and create an Egyptian style painting.
Session 3: Vincent van Gogh
Friday 2nd June: Vincent van Gogh – van Gogh was one of the greatest painters of all time – we will look at his paintings, learn about his style, and create our own van Gogh inspired artwork.
Age: Suitable for children aged 5-13
Time and Place: 10.00 am -1.00 pm save for Egyptian Art Session 2B which is 2.00-5.00 pm. Children may stay from 10.00 am – 5.00 pm on 1st June, if they are signed up for the morning and afternoon sessions but should bring a packed lunch. All sessions at the KidsArt! Studio
Cost: £35 per session per child payable on booking
What’s included: Art tuition, materials and snacks
Consent: Booking implies consent to use of your child’s photo and art work on the KidsArt! website and facebook page unless (in the case of your child’s photo) you stipulate otherwise when booking
Cancellation policy: We are unable to refund but you may send another child not already booked in your child’s place
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