Kaleidoscope – Summer Art Classes for Teenagers & Young Adults

ka·lei·do·scope; noun, a toy consisting of a tube containing mirrors and pieces of coloured glass or paper, whose reflections produce changing patterns that are visible through an eyehole when the tube is rotated, constantly changing pattern or sequence of objects or elements. – Wikipedia
This season I am offering for the first time a summer art class for teenagers and young adults that love art and would like to be encouraged to think and work off the beaten track.
We will be experimenting with known and new creative techniques and trying to push boundaries that we encounter. We will be discussing the meaning of art and also exploring works of contemporary artists. Learning to express what matters to us and how to transmit that through works of art.

 

The summer art class will provide a fun, daily 2h atelier environment in which the students are encouraged to work, think and discuss about a given subject, that ideally they also will work on at home. The participants will be encouraged to work with a sketchbook and how to use it for their idea development and will be drawing, painting & building. The idea is to provide the participants with an intensive creative experience that widens their perspective in a safe & pressure free environment, with feedback and encouragement to test and experiment with a choice of artistic materials and techniques. The course will also be an ideal starting point for all students thinking about a possible creative career and that need to prepare a portfolio in the long run.

 

These classes are taking place in Weimershof daily from the 4th July to the 8th July from 12.30 – 14.30 and from the 18th July to the 22nd July at the same times. The course fee is 170 Euros per week and includes all materials. As the places will be limited please do book early in order to avoid disappointment.

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