Our workshop leaders are all qualified teachers and have
experience in teaching young children. They have helped to
develop a range of workshops which explore the role of art,
craft and design in the children's environments. Our aims
are to encourage the children to investigate the roles of
colour, shape, space, pattern and texture.
These workshops are created especially for children to promote
artistic skills and help children develop perceptual, creative
problem-solving and critical thinking. Classes are cross-disciplinary
and complement educational content standards for each age
level. While delving into a particular medium or theme, such
as Painting, Drawing, Clay, or Printmaking, we emphasize
the personal discovery and self-confidence that grow out
of the creative process. Children are invited to explore
a wide range of materials, from homemade play dough to printmaking
Our Key Initiatives are to...
Create artworks that have meaningful ideas.
Encourage team-work, co-operation and communication.
Enhance awareness of art forms, other cultures and use of
Provide a worthwhile and memorable experience.
Enrich curriculum learning.
Develop self expression, confidence and self-esteem.
In the workshop, children explore meaningful ideas and processes
that lead toward authentic work in a variety of media. Class
size is limited, offering each child plenty of individual
The children’s classes are offered in spacious rooms with
plenty of light and excellent facilities where students can
These short courses will help you take the next step towards
improving your practical skills, increasing your understanding
and appreciation of art or simply a way for you to enjoy
the creative experience in a lively and creative studio.