With expert guidance from our experienced tutors, students will learn how to make exciting and inventive works of art using paint, drawing and building with a variety of art materials and themes to encourage resourceful artistic skills.
Come and join our friendly and imaginative classes designed for 5-8 year olds where we create exciting and inventive artworks. Using a range of materials, there will be something different every week and something for everyone to enjoy. Here we will build the stepping stones to an interest in visual arts.
Each tutor designs their own programme for the term and this changes term by term with many students returning to these classes.
|Monday, 3.30-5pm||Catherine Guevara||3 Feb 2020||10 weeks||$130.00|
|Tuesday, 3.30-5pm||Catherine Guevara||4 Feb 2020||10 weeks||$130.00|
|Wednesday, 3.30-5pm||Olive Breach||5 Feb 2020||10 weeks||$130.00|
|Thursday, 3.30-5pm||Sarah Walker-Holt||13 Feb 2020||9 weeks||$117.00|
|Saturday, 1pm-2.30pm||Chloe Lam||8 Feb 2020||10 weeks||$130.00|
Please note: As our Children's Art Classes are incredibly popular, enrolments will open to new students on 14 January 2020. Spaces will also be opened here, so please check back on this date.
However, if you wish to register your interest in a class please email firstname.lastname@example.org. If spaces are available you will be contacted on 14 January 2020.
ABOUT THE TUTORS:
Catherine is a visual artist with an interest in education, ceramics and exploring materiality to create something new. She was born in Bogota, Colombia and has been working in early childhood education in New Zealand for over two years. In addition to her experience as an art tutor and artist-curator, Catherine holds a Diploma in Business & Management.
Chloe Lam is an artist recently moved to Auckland. Alongside her Bachelor of Visual Communication (Graphic Design), she is also holds a Masters of Art and Education from Birmingham City University. She enjoys using multidisciplinary and innovative art activities to elicit student’s talent and express feeling, emotion and ideas.
Olive is a local artist who loves the special qualities clay provides as an artistic medium in her art practice. For the past two years Olive has enjoyed teaching children in the after school art programme (clay making, print making, drawing and painting) at a local intermediate school.
Sarah is a full time visual artist with a BVA from Auckland University. She is well renowned for her complex 3-dimensional compositions as an art jeweller and is represented by Fingers Gallery. Sarah exhibits nationally and internationally and is an experienced art tutor and mentor that is passionate about helping students find their own visual voice.
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