Children's Art Week

9th – 17th June

A celebration of creativity for children and young people

Workshops

Children's Art Week

9th – 17th June

African Mask Making & Dance

Children learn about Western African art and discover that most African masks are thought to portray the faces of spirits and gods. Many African societies have no extensive written culture so masked dances serve to teach people right from wrong. When a dancer wears a Dan mask he becomes the...

Plate Painting

This workshop allows every child to create their own unique plate decoration. Our experienced facilitator sets up a mobile studio. We supply all of the materials including non-toxic paints, brushes, aprons, ceramics and sponges. Children use their artistic skills to create their own...

Diya Painting

This workshop is the perfect way to celebrate Diwali or can be enjoyed as a learning experience for classes studying Indian culture.  Diwali is a Hindu festival, also known as the Festival of Lights. Synonymous to the festival are diya oil lamps, usually made from clay. The lighting of...

Egyptian Cartouche Painting

This workshop is a unique way to study Ancient Egypt.  In Ancient Egypt, Kings and royalty encircled their name, written in hieroglyphics, with a design called a cartouche. These cartouche were meant to protect against evil spirits both in this life and the...

Snap Mosaic

The overall effect is spectacular and looking closer you can identify every individual photo that forms the image. For instance, a school emblem can be made up of photos of individual pupils taking part in a special day. The perfect Snap Mosaic is achieved by providing a suitable Master Picture...

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