12th May 2022,
In this module, students aged 7 to 10 will explore ideas around physical and mental transformation – Students will create a series of interpretations of different artist styles and techniques based around a subject of their choice while experimenting with various materials and techniques.
YAP can now be booked per class for 283.50 AED
Date & Time options:
- Every Thursday / 12th May - 16th June / 4:30pm - 6:30pm
- Every Saturday / 14th May - 18th June / 10:00am - 12:00pm
For inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org
Week 1 & 2
Week 1 & 2
Psychology of color
A tessellation is created when a shape is repeated over and over again covering a plane without any gaps or overlaps. Students will explore the transformation of patterns by selecting an image of their choice as well as developing an understanding of the pyschology of colors. Combining the two together. Students will creat a large canvas as their outcome.
Street art Incentive
Inspired by the street art incentive by Porch Light and artist Mr. Doodle, students will learn about the art of Graffiti creating a large mural of their own. Students will be introduced to various techniques , spray paints and textures transforming both themselves and their art into another dimension.
Looking at the art of found objects and transforming them into a sculptural form, manipulating ideas and images while exploring the works of artist Calixte Dakpogan. Students will learn to redirect a narrative, or image while using artistic techniques as well as found objects.
Observation and introspection is crucial for exploring oneself. Students will be invited to reimagine themselves, either reflecting on what they hope to become or on what they wish others would see more about themselves. This class will focus on the art of textiles and printmaking combined. Students can reflect on our previous artists and techniques and interpret them into a graphic image or symbol on a t-shirt.
Drawing and collage
Juxtaposition means placing two or more things side-by-side, often with the intention of comparing or contrasting the elements. It is commonly used in the visual arts to emphasize a concept, form unique compositions, and add intrigue to paintings, drawings, sculptures, or any other type of artwork. Using liquid inks to draw against collage techniques, students will develop their own surrealist world. Exploring the Surrealist movement combined with juxtaposition, a whole new world will be created using urban, rural and outerspace concepts and ideas.