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ART LESSONS FOR
KIDS IN ENFIELD
Our Junior art classes every Saturday in Enfield is for children aged 10-14 who enjoy and have an invested interest in art. Providing them with the opportunity and tools to develop their artistic skillset in an educational, social and creative environment. Our Saturday school classes are half the size of those found in state schools meaning we can give extra attention to our students development. Each term we have a new creative curriculum that keeps things fresh and at the end of each term we celebrate our students work with an exhibition where family & friends are invited.
THE CREATIVE CURRICULUM FOR
Taught by art teachers and professionals, our popular children's weekend classes.
TECHNIQUES & SKILLS THAT WILL TAKE YOUR CHILDS ART TO THE NEXT LEVEL
Become proficient in drawing, painting, sculpture and other art, craft and design techniques
Produce creative work, exploring their ideas and recording their experiences
Analyse and evaluate their own work, and that of others, in order to strengthen the visual impact or applications of their work
Learn about the history of art, craft, design and architecture, including periods, styles and major movements from ancient times up to the present day.
Children will be taught the fundamentals of art, focusing on line shape, tone, texture, detail, pattern, form and shape. Exploring natural forms, still life and portraiture, which will be drawn from the eye using a variety of materials such aspencil, graphite, oil pastels, chalks and felt tips
Children will be taught in depth the colour wheel and colour mixing theory. Exploring a variety of themes, painting techniques and brushstrokes varying from watercolor, ink, acrylic and fine liner. The style and approach of multiple famous artists will also taught to develop and inspire our students painting abilities.
Looking at form, shape, and experimentation through the use of recycled materials such as cardboard, mud rock, chicken wire and paper mache. Children will have the opportunity to have fun, make and create sculptures such as vase's, Greek pots and aboriginal masks.
Our printmaking processes will teach and give the opportunity to children to create print images through fun and experimental techniques such as etching, stencil, graffiti and much more.
Children will be given an introduction as to what is felt making, the history of felt, the felt making landscape, how to draw with felt and creating 3D felt.
Exploring the historical context behind what your making can inspire children to connect art with the people who made it, the part of the world they lived in and the period of time in which they were alive.
We proudly host monthly resident guest artist sessions, featuring talented and accomplished artists from various disciplines. These artists come to our school to share their experiences, show their work, and lead activities in their specialism to the class. They engage with our students, inspiring them to think creatively and explore new ideas.
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