This part of the course will explore the rise of the human artistic consciousness. Students will be encouraged to think about why a particular development took place and the impact that it had going forward. The last session of term will be a family session, including a mini review of the discoveries made by the children.
The Renaissance period from its origins, and its lasting influence on Western society. Your child will learn about the rise of humanism, the birth of long distance travel, and the numerous changing social and political landscapes during this era - all of which are chronicled in the artworks.
Here we will be studying modern art, with all its limitless possibilities, influences and controversies. Students will learn that artistic energy is a constant flow between times, cultures and ideas. Art cannot exist in isolation: it requires both a creator and an observer. Your child will step into the role of the observer and, whilst learning about the circumstances surrounding the artwork, they will also come to learn a lot about themselves.
These sessions are designed to demonstrate the course methodology and to provide parents with the opportunity to assess if it provides the right learning experience for their child.
The course is for children aged 7-13 years old at the commencement of the course. Applies to both trial and full courses.
NUMBER OF AVAILABLE SPACES
Please note that each session is strictly limited to 8 children. If initially unsuccessful, parents can request that their child be placed on a waiting list in the event of any cancellations.
Trial lessons can be refunded up to three weeks prior to the run date. Beyond this time, refunds will only be issued if another student fills the vacancy.
Term bookings are covered by 100% Satisfaction Guaranteed scheme. If after first lesson, a child does not want to proceed with the rest of the term, a refund for all the remaining classes will be issued. Please note that an administration/learning pack fee may apply.
TERM TIME COURSES
Weekly courses begin in October 2020, and run parallel to school term times. There will be no classes during school holidays.