KidsArtRoom in a nutshell..
(Ms M-C, London)
KidsArtRoom in a nutshell
One to one Adult & Children lessons on request. Email us for more information - email@example.com
Bronze Arts Award Intensive Course - Five Day Only (UCAS points -Trinity College London)
Bronce Arts Award - Weekly lessons (UCAS points & qualification by Trinity College London)
Silver Arts Award - Weekly lessons ( UCAS points & qualification by Trinity College London)
Weekdays Lessons & Weekend Lessons
Holiday Workshops On Demand - when more than FIVE children enrol
Scheduled Holiday Workshops
All students encouraged to enter International Art Competitions.
One hour and fifteen minutes lessons
All materials are included
Sketching takes priority in order to build other artistic techniques
Beginner and Advance groups available
Nature and Colour Awareness
Creative Thinking & Design Thinking mindset embedded in long term time learning
Attention to Detail learnt over lessons
And much, much more....!
What day works best for you?
CHRISTMAS WORKSHOP - 18th to 20th December (incl.)
Email us to book your place! - firstname.lastname@example.org
TERM TIME LESSONS:
Monday - 4pm 11 plus Group BRONZE & SILVER ARTS AWARD Lesson
Tuesday - 4 pm Children only Group ART Lesson
Tuesday - 5.15 pm Children only Group ART Lesson
Wednesday - 10.30am Adults only Art Group - Adults Morning
Wednesday - 4.45pm Children only Group ART Lesson
Friday - 4 pm Children only Group ART Lesson
Friday - 5.30pm Children only Group ART Lesson
Saturday - 9am Children only Group ART Lesson
Saturday - 10.20 am Children only Group ART Lesson
Saturday - 11.40 am Children only Group ART Lesson
"The knowledge that my daughter gained at KidsArtRoom proved invaluable to prepare her for her new school! Thanks to the KidsArtRoom classes my daughter is really enjoying her art lessons in her new secondary school and has been awarded several merits for good work - What's more this has helped inspire her young sister which is great!"
K. O. (Surrey)
Having a good Creative Portfolio is not only paramount for those wishing to apply to Architecture, Fine Arts or similar creative Universities, but also to all children aiming to achieve an Art Scholarship. Most UK Universities, including Cambridge, Oxford and UCL ask all applicants to provide an Art Portfolio with as many techniques as possible, as well as own projects. This will show whether your son or daughter is able to have a wide range of cultural interests which ideally they'll bring into their degree.
UCAS points can also be gained by achieving one of the Arts Awards the Trinity College of London offers to children and young adults. At KidsArtRoom TM we want to capture your children's abilities and help them find the best way to access their desired Creative Studies. Students will be able to apply to one of the different Awards - Bronze, Silver or Gold in the coming weeks, as we'll be offering this from November 2017.
At KidsArtRoom we are also helping several students build their Art Portfolios, both of primary and secondary school age. Please call us to discuss your child's artistic interests so we can tailor their lessons to achieve a secure success and ensure a scholarship award, or an Art school place.
With regards to younger children, when applying for an Art Scholarship always remember that if your child is taking lessons in school and they still don't feel confident, it's probably time for a fresh start with a different teacher. Getting a scholarship is not about putting together a 'convincing' portfolio, but to build an attitude of self-belief and confidence towards Art, being able to draw showing the correct shape.
Scholarships get reviewed on a yearly basis therefore the level must be maintained. It's important the student develops a real love for Art as well as discipline to work on their Artwork in order to fully benefit from that scholarship.
What will be covered in the lessons?
In our art lessons we'll explore the following techniques:
Pastel - oil and chalk
Idea generation through sketching
We will cover subjects related to art and design such as:
History of Art
Design thinking process
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