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Kids school and holiday art clubs

The Art of Change – What, How and Should We? – Day 2


During day 2 of our Half Term Course – The Art of Change, our game based on decisions and consequences really started to take shape. Artist Sarah Carne took the children on a 2-day adventure into conceptual art with a political twist. Click the link to Day 1 to see how the course began. After designing […]

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Thinking in Three Dimensions – Day 2


During the second day of our 2 day course for the Easter Holidays, Thinking in Three Dimensions,we continued experimenting with building, joining, wrapping, painting, gold leafing and the children’s favourite ‘free making’ sessions. Take a look at DAY 1′s activities by clicking the link HERE We started the morning with painting the block and pebble […]

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Thinking in Three Dimensions – Day 1


This Easter holiday we have been Thinking in Three Dimensions with artist Abigail Hunt. Our 2-day sculpture course warmed up with a round of  ’Kims’ Game’ Children had to memorise and draw selected three dimensional objects after they were covered over. Abigail showed the children a wide variety of sculptures and installations to give them […]

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Animation Station – Animations are ready

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We are happy to announce that all the films made at the Animation Station during February half term are available online to watch. You can read about what happened during the course by clicking the links below Animation Station Day One and Day Two We have compiled all the children’s works into 3 short showreels.   […]

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Animation Station- day 1


We kicked off to a great start with day one of the Animation Station, led by artist and Illustrator Amy Pennington, supported by artist Veena Scialo,  a recent animation graduate and another student of illustration and animation. Our very well qualified team began this chilly day with a warm up in the gym! Amy then talked […]

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Festive Focus – day 2


Things got a little more festive in the second day of our ‘Festive Focus’ Photography course. Click here to see Festive Focus day one We began the day by looking at some images of Christmases past and present, sourced from photographic archives. Using print outs and photocopies of the photos we made yesterday, we altered […]

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Festive Focus – day 1


To kick off day one of Festive Focus, our Christmas holiday art course for 2016, Marysa Dowling introduced the children to her own photographic practice. They looked at how different parts of our body can express emotion – i.e. the hands. They looked at Marysa’s ongoing project, The Movement of an Object, in which Marysa […]

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‘Zine’ in a weekend – day 2


Artist Ania Bas led the second day of our literary inspired course in collaboration with Wimbledon Bookfest. On Day One (click for more details) we concentrated on what makes a charismatic character and on Day two we looked at what makes a sensational storyline. Our findings are to be compiled into a ‘Zine’ aimed at […]

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Fleeting Images: Action and Animation – course 2, day 2


In day 2 of our second summer course we continued to think about the extraordinary acton of the human body. To see day one or course 1  click the blue links. We began with a reflection on the previous day’s work, then Viyki explained how to translate yesterdays experiments into a flick book. We then […]

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Fleeting Images: Life drawing, action and animation – day 2


Day 2 of our Life drawing and animation course saw Viyki Turnbull working further with the children on how to capture movement in drawing and sculpture. Today we concentrated on skills for animation To view Day 1 click here. We began the morning by looking at some flick book animations created by children – sourced from […]

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