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May half term | 25 - 31 May (excluding Sundays)

This May half term, children can experience the wonders of process art. They will create tape resist splatter paintings, tin foil line relief pictures and tissue paper transfer scenes.

Get inspired by nature and explore the Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition before it leaves on 2 June!

 

Playful Process Art

25 - 31 May (excluding Sundays)
10.30am - 3.30pm 
£2.50, under 2's are free | Drop-In 
Designed for age 3+, but all are welcome

Join us this half term to experiment all week with the wonders of making through process art. Process art is about creating an opportunity for children to discover the joys of making and having freedom to explore and experiment with the materials provided for them.

We will be getting hands on as we create tape resist splatter paintings, tin foil line relief pictures and tissue paper transfer scenes. With a variety of activities throughout the week you can be sure to keep the kids entertained!

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Art Masterclass Clay Sculptures

30 May
Two sessions at 10.30am – 12.30pm | 2.00pm – 4.00pm
£8 per child | Book online in advance 
Designed for age 8 – 14 years

Continuing with our programme of exciting art classes for children, we will be focusing on the medium of clay this half term, learning the techniques involved with building a strong and successful clay sculpture to take home. You will explore sculptures from our collection with our learning team who will then guide your children through the making process, offering direct advice and guidance throughout and helping them learn ways to enhance the details on their art work. Techniques they will learn on the day include pinching, coiling and decoration.

Please note, children must be accompanied by an adult at all times

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Email info@culturecoventry.com or call us on 024 7623 7521.

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