Developing Art Skills: 8-12 years
Developing Art Skills: 8-12 years

These classes are conducted in a fun-filled environment where students will learn a variety of creative processes. This class will encourage students to engage with different materials that will then broaden their understanding of art-making. 

Developing Art Skills is also for children who love and are serious about drawing and painting.  They will learn different art techniques and use various types of drawing paper and canvas. 

Each tutor designs their own programme for the term catered specifically for the 8-12 age range and the activities change each term with many students returning to these classes term after term.

Class Tutor Starts Runs Cost
Monday, 3.30-5pm Olive Breach 3 Feb 2020 10 weeks $130.00
Tuesday, 3.30-5pm Olive Breach 4 Feb 2020 10 weeks $130.00
Wednesday, 4-5.30pm Emily Xu 5 Feb 2020 10 weeks $130.00
Thursday, 3.30-5pm - NEW! Emily Xu 13 Feb 2020 9 weeks $117.00
Saturday, 10.30am-12pm 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 for all classes (excluding Thursday with Emily Xu which is open now). 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 info@tetuhi.org.nz. If spaces are available you will be contacted on 14 January 2020. 

 

ABOUT THE TUTORS:

Chloe Lam
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.

Emily Xu
Emily is a practising illustrator and comics artist interested in historical narratives. She has a Master degree in Fine Arts from China and Bachelor of Creative Arts from Manukau Institute of Technology. Emily has taught drawing and painting both in New Zealand and China for over thirteen years. She is focused on helping students build visual fundamental skills and find their own visual voice.

Olive Breach
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. 

 

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