Another fabulous youth art class for children of secondary school age. Judging by the photos taken during the class the students had a brilliant time. Unfortunately we forgot to ask them for their feedback – so it’s just images for this blog!
Youth-Teenage art class
“Its a great way to learn art” EBD Tracy taught another well attended youth art class all about drawing shadows and learning to understand the link between the shape of the object and the shapes of the shadows that are created as light moves around an object from different positions. The students ranging in age […]
I would recommend this class because it’s: “proper art, not like school” Emily G Another wonderful art class led by our fantastic tutor Tracy. She did a fab job of inspiring our 8 students ranging in age from year 7 to year 11. Tracy always finds a way of engaging all students in the projects […]
The Youth class had a new teacher from today and judging from the student comments when I met them after the lesson, and the work they produced – she went down a treat! So well done to Tracy for making such a good impression. I’m sure the students will be back again to learn from […]
Another well attended art class for young people and teenagers. They got up to loads of fun experimental drawing exercises – mainly using ink and creative tools for mark-making this sessions. Each sessions is fun, engaging with time to learn and enjoy making art. Emily thought the class was “Fun, educating and happy”. Read further […]
3 word summary: Unique, Fun, Relaxing Eishita We enjoyed the 2nd of our Youth-teenage art classes this weekend. After the snow last month that kept many away, the studio was quietly buzzing with anticipation from 6 eager students. Ages ranged from year 7 to year 10 students looking to learn something new and improve their […]
3 word summary: “Experience, interesting, improving” Leonie I was happy to see the very first Sunday art class for children and teenagers begin on 18 March 2018. We had been working really hard to get all the foundations prepared in time, so were a little taken aback when Greater Manchester found itself amidst one of […]