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Future Creatives - Online - 7 to 11 year olds

Future Creatives - Online - 7 to 11 year olds

College
Central Saint Martins
Taught by
Lydia Brockless, Tutor to be confirmed

Description


Our online art and design classes give students the opportunity to develop their creativity at home. Through live classes they will explore various art and design projects that bring together new creative skills, techniques and concepts.

All our live online classes are led by expertly qualified teachers, who students can interact with and get personal feedback on their work

Classes last for one hour and include practical fun activities. Only basic art materials will be necessary for these courses, such as brushes, paints, felt tips, crayons, glue, scissors, paper and tape. In addition we will be recycling scrap materials and making use of household items. Details for each course will be provided prior to the start.

Each class is different, they feature a range of artistic disciplines and always have new and exciting activities from our range of expert teachers. Before each class starts you will receive instructions about the content, required materials and how to join.

Class outcomes:

  • Develop new creative skills and techniques
  • Build friendships and communities
  • Promote well-being and confidence
  • Explore creative projects
  • Broaden experience of art and design

To book a place for a child aged 10 or below please call 0207 514 7015. 


Please note that Online courses are closed to all new bookings 48 hours prior to the course starting.

Tutor Description


A multidisciplinary artist and educator, Lydia graduated with a BA in Fine Art from Leeds College of Art in 2014. Working across sculpture, textiles and digital art she has exhibited her work across the UK.

Over the past 2 years, she has worked with organisations including Turner Contemporary, The Huguenot Museum, Whitstable Biennale and Ebbsfleet Development Corporation; delivering exciting bespoke arts workshops and classes on a diverse range of themes.

Her artistic and educational practice centres on experimentation with materials and exploring personal responses in the act of making.

You can view Lydia’s work on her website and Instagram.

Available dates