“Drop” your kids off and let us take the stress out of your Christmas “Shop”
On Saturday 12th & 19th December, City Arts will be providing two specialist Children’s Workshops.
Morning: 10am – 12.30pm
Afternoon: 1.30pm – 4pm
Your child will be taught by two local artists: Donna Lewis & Rachel Cheer.
During the workshop the children will learn how to:
- Plan and Design
- Create and Construct
- Decorate and Wrap…
…a beautiful, handmade, artisan gift for a loved one.
Some of the art skills the children will learn, are:
- Image Transfer
- Painting and Drawing
- Template Design and Construction
Session Price: £10 per child (all Materials and a snack included)
Recommended Age: 6+ Years
Please book your child’s place to avoid disappointment
For further information, and to book a place, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Come and take part in something unique! We have organised CHALKFEST – a pavement chalk drawing competition taking place in Newbury’s Market Place on the 12th July 2015.
It is Free to Enter and open to people of all ages. All materials to use on the day will be supplied by City Arts; so all you need to do is turn up, pick a spot and create a unique chalk drawing on the market square paving.
The competition prize is sponsored by Craftsman Newbury Ltd
All the drawings we did in the two sessions of the Big Draw were exhibited last Sunday at City Arts. A few photos below if you could not make it. The participants enjoyed seeing the display, organised following the street “elevation” but grouping the same buildings drawn by different people together.
We also had mini make and take activities which included printing cards, making a model of the chapel, making a mini book and doing photograms. A group silk painting project lead by artist Helen Mortimer (based on her drawing of City Arts) took the fancy of young and old alike and we can see them here through the process and with the final piece.Thanks Helen and all your helpers!!
Where to go in Newbury for children’s Art Club sessions? – we were inspired by a recent session I attended in Exeter – we would like children to explore creativity and experiment with materials, colour and different techniques.