Arts workshops this summer break

The Arts workshops are by far the most popular workshops we've got at 3 House Club. And that's because kids have the chance to try some of the most famous painting techniques, but they also learn about art movements (Impressionism, Expressionism, Cubism etc..) in the context of history. Ema Marcu, our talented Arts teacher, believes children gain a better understanding of art when it is presented alongside important historic events and trends of the specific period. And we couldn’t agree more!

We’re happy to announce you that we’ve planned 3 amazing art workshops for this summer break. All workshops are designed for 3-8 years old kids. Have a look, pick your favourite and start preparing your paint brushes!

 

Art of Ancient Egypt

The ancient Egyptians were not specialised only in pyramids and mummies, but in exquisite art too! Their legacy has inspired many artists throughout the centuries and it has fascinated historians and scientists for as long as we can remember. Let’s find out together some of ancient Egypt’s secrets and its beautiful, everlasting art!

This workshop will take place on 29th July, from 11:15-13:15.

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Expressionist Art

Expressionist art flourished at the end of the 19th and beginning of the 20th century and it was about depicting reality from a subjective point of view, presenting moods, emotions and ideas. The most famous representative artists of the Expressionist movement were: Kandinsky, Schiele, Chagall, Modigliani, Giacometti.

During this workshop, kids will learn specific painting techniques, will get to know the most representative artists of Expressionism and will be introduced into the historic period.

This workshop will take place on 8th August, from 14:00-16:00.

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Cubist Art

The Cubist art movement began in Paris around 1907 and it was led by Pablo Picasso. It was the first time artists broke all the rules of traditional painting and started to present their subjects by fragmenting them and then rearranging the parts. In this way, the painting could still be viewed as a whole from different points of view simultaneously.

The most famous cubist artists were Picasso and Braque. 

These artists dared greatly when they shifted from traditional art to Cubism, so we’d like to explore their legacy and learn from it: the painting techniques, the philosophy behind the art and the influence of the development of technology at that time.

This workshop will take place on 12th August, from 12:30-14:30.

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If you’d like to have a look at our impressive collection of paintings, drawings and clay sculptures made by the little ones, visit our Facebook page.

 

See you at the club!