Days and timings
Theme: Variety is the Spice of Life
In this module, students aged 7 to 11 will explore a variety of uncommon materials to create pieces that challenge self-expression and artistic knowledge. Students are introduced to new artists, styles, materials, and techniques to create their own unique pieces.
Full Module : AED 1764
Single Session : AED 297.68
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Week 1 & 2
Sept 29 & Oct 1st
Roy Lichtenstein POP! Art
Name in lights
Artists will be creating a famous POP! art painting with 3D letters and elements popping out of the canvas. Artists will create colourful collage based graphic backgrounds and pay special attention to lettering to capture the Lichtenstein POP! art inspired pieces.
Paper Mache Hot Air Balloon
Oh The Places You'll Go
Artists will use a balloon and paper mache materials, as well as paint to create hot air balloons with their own brightly coloured designs as well as a hand build basket for the balloon to carry.
Week 1 & 2
Oct 6th & Oct 8th
Oct 13th & Oct 15th
Feed Your Creativity
Artists will learn about what foods and materials make natural dyes, make some themselves, and tie dye a t-shirt/ socks/ canvas bags. Artists will have the chance to use wax to write a word or image on their surface to create a relief before dying.
Oct 20th & Oct 22nd
Dragon Eye Book Making
Fiction & Fantasy
Artists will be creating Dragon Eye book covers using cardboard, paper, clay/ model magic/ polymer for the dragon scales. Artists will then add their realistic dragon eye and paint the surface to mimic scales. Realistic dragon eyes will be added as a final touch and artists will be able to write their own fiction in their final artwork.
Oct 27th & Oct 29th
Crystal Cities by Ron Dunlavey
Artists will be creating colorful, dimensional paper cities using various drawing techniques inspired by the artist Ron Dunlavey. Cities will be designed using a variety of tools like colored pencils, markers, pastels, and watercolor paints.
Nov 3rd & Nov 5th
Keith Haring v. Jackson Pollock
Artists will help each other trace Keith Haring style outlines of themselves dancing. Figures will be covered and artists will splatter paint their backgrounds in the style of Jackson Pollock. Paint will be transferred to canvas in various ways including squirt guns, water balloons, sqeeze bottles, cup pouring, etc.