Holiday Workshops

Making Clay Creatures with the children, Photo Credit : Rubin Hashim

March is here and the children need a break. You’ve been asking for them, so here they are… open-studio workshops are back!

My studio will be open for easy, drop-in sessions. Just choose which day you’d like to come and come and join a small group of like-minded 5-12 year olds. The projects listed below are starting points – who knows what you’ll end up inventing! All the material is provided. Just bring an open mind.

On offer for the week of 14th to 18th of March 2011:

Monday is Printmaking. Using recycled material, learn the age-old technique of “etching”, and use a real printing-press to produce a small edition of your drawing.
Tuesday is Design your T-shirt. Bring your own T-shirt or buy one here, and use paints and silk-screen techniques to personalise your T-shirt.

Wednesday is Make a Book. Learn the basics of book-making, design a few books from an A4 page, and come home with a colourful notebook.

Thursday is Polymer Clay. Learn how to make colourful patterns using polymer clay. Invent your own! Make marbles, beads or small creatures.

Friday is Clay Creatures … and their house. Make a polymer clay creature and then make them a house / flying saucer / jungle… to sleep in!

Time:  2-4pm 

Fee:

$40 per child per session.

Book 2 (children or sessions) and get %10 off

Book 3 (children or session) and get 20% off!

Interested? Call 92734991 to book or send me a message, using the contact from below.

 




About Isabelle Desjeux

Scientist since 1991, Mother since 1996, Full Time Artist since 2000, Part-Time Art Inspirer since 2002.

Posted on March 8, 2011, in Art, Children, color, Craft, Creativity, paper, Paper Decorating, polymer clay, Printmaking, Sculpture, T-shirt, Teaching, Workshop. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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