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Art Camp: Summertime Adventures

$685.00

16-20 January 2023

9.30am – 4pm each day

9-12 years old

Join us at NAS these holidays to get creative and explore underwater worlds, futuristic cities and much more! Each day brings a new and exciting opportunity to explore art.

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Tutors: Amber Oswald, Tina Wheatley, Aimee Gardyne, Amelia Skelton, Zella Casey-Brown

Start Date: Monday 16 January 2023

End Date: Friday 20 January 2023

Time: 9.30am – 4pm

Number of classes: 5

Age: Art Adventurers (9-12 years old)

Level: All levels

Full fee: $685 Redeem your Creative Kids Voucher with us!

Location: National Art School, Cnr Forbes and Burton Streets, Darlinghurst 2010

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COURSE OVERVIEW

Join us at NAS these holidays to get creative and explore underwater worlds, futuristic cities and much more! Each day brings a new and exciting opportunity to explore art.

Program includes:

  • Oceanic Watercolours
    • Create your own watercolour aquarium these School Holidays. You will explore different watercolour techniques through drawing and painting your favourite underwater animals. You could explore the colour reefs or the depths Mariana Trench. The possibilities are endless!
  • Natural Wonders
    • Take inspiration from the coastal world to create your own natural wonder. You might make our own coral reef, a rock pool, crustaceans and more! Using hand building techniques including pinch. Slab and coil, watch your coastal creation come to life in the studio.
  • Portraits and Personalities
    • What would your portrait say about you? Using a variety of drawing techniques, you will explore anatomy, tone, proportion and more. You will investigate different styles of portraiture throughout history from the realistic to the abstract and gain an understanding of what contemporary portraiture can be.
  • Futuristic Cities
    • Who can build the tallest or wackiest skyscraper? Try this challenge and more as you work together with your fellow architects and engineers to build a futuristic city. Use simple materials like paper, cardboard, wire, glue, paint, and tape to build shapes and forms from the ground up – making sure your sculpture is strong enough to stand on its own!
  • Painterly Prints
    • Create your own unique prints with monotypes! Using a variety of painterly techniques, you will create your own unique images. Layer and experiment with a range of shapes, colours, textures, and patterns to create a series of interesting artworks.

 

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