Art history for children aged 7-12

Art history for children aged 7-12

Art history for children aged 7-12Art history for children aged 7-12

About US

course description


Our mission is to provide young people (7-12 years old) with the opportunity to learn about art history in depth via hands-on experiences that bring subjects to life in a fun and engaging manner. 


Whether your child loves painting and drawing, has a fascination with puzzles and riddles, or has recently started to develop strong views about the world, Vincent and Frida will help to cultivate in them a lifelong curiosity about the art they see around them.  

Our courses will teach students a number of valuable skills including the ability to closely and carefully study artworks, analyse visual information, draw connections with other sociopolitical topics, question historical beliefs and form their own opinions on a broad range of subjects. 

 The immersive and fun courses  will run during school term time, with 9 sessions per term.



Our classes can be booked as a trial lesson (subject to availability). Trial lessons demonstrate our course structure and allow students and parents alike to experience what makes our teaching methods so compelling and unique.


Each taster session will focus on a different topic. Schedule for Spring Term:

11th January - Ancient Greece (pottery)

18th January - Ancient Egypt (mummies and afterlife)

25th January - Ancient Rome (Trajan's column)

8th February - Ancient Egypt (Fayum portraits)

29th February - Byzantium (mosaics)

7th March - Ancient China (guóhuà)

14th March - Medieval Art (bestiaries)

21st March - Gothic Art (stained glass)

All sessions will be held in The Observatory, 64 Marchmont St, London, WC1N 1AB.

This beautiful photography gallery is located a short walk away from Russell Square station, and offers a wonderful, bright space for adults to wait whilst their children are exploring the world of art and houses a welcoming cafe .