Join Artist Antonija Gros as she introduces our emerging artists to the Master Artist Series for Tweens.
A term based after school weekly class that is targeted at ages 9-14 years led by local Artist and facilitator Antonija Gros. Each week students will learn fine art techniques of drawing, painting, mono printing and the principles of design used by Artists for centuries.
In our second series, we will look at the first paintings ever made, ancient coins, Michel Angelo’s painting on the ceiling, Munch’s things that make you Scream, Kahlo’s life in the bath, Rousseau’s rainforest dream and Monet’s waterlilies.
We will learn how to emboss, draw, paint, collage, imagine and create whilst traveling through art history learning Fine Art techniques.
Week 1 | 20 July: Prehistoric Cave Art - The first painting, EVER!
Try the methods of our ancestors.
Week 2 | 27 July: Horses in Art
Week 3 | 3 August: Greek and Roman - Owls and Emperors
Emboss your own coin!
Week 4 | 10 August: Michael Angelo - Paint on the Ceiling
Week 5 | 17 August: Edvard Munch - Things That Make you Scream!
Painting and Parody.
Week 6 | 24 August: Frida Kahlo - What I Saw in the Water!
Pen & ink techniques.
Week 7 | 31 August: Henri Rousseau - The Rainforest Dream
Collage, paint and draw a tropical rainforest
Week 8 | 7 September: Claude Monet - Waterlilies
Painting and Chalk Pastels
Entry and Contact Tracing
Enter the venue via Clarence Street Customer Service Stairs. There may be a queue on arrival, as you will need to register for contact tracing, including your dependant, before entering the venue. When here you can register at our Contact Tracing Stations, on your mobile device by using the displayed QR codes, or by speaking with one of our COVID Marshalls. We are using the Services NSW QR App, so please consider downloading this to your smart phone prior to your visit.
All materials and equipment will be provided.
Food and Beverages
Please bring a water bottle and a light snack.
After Hours Contact
If you require to contact your child after 4.30pm, once the building is closed, please contact 0427 341 563.
The class will finish at 6pm. Children will wait as a group inside the Glasshouse where you dropped off, until a parent or caregiver arrives for collection.