MAKING ART HISTORY
7 week term
Students will learn about art history in a fun, hands-on manner. They will be introduced to a significant artist each week and be guided to create an artwork inspired by the artist's style. From the self-portraitures of Frida Khalo to bright abstraction of Yayoi Kusama, students will be introduced to a variety of genres in art to encourage self-expression. The classes will incorporate a variety of medium including painting, collage, and sculpture while encouraging the use of non-conventional materials such as old fabrics and paper at home.
Paint (Can be watercolour or acrylics)
Paper for Painting/Drawing (A4 or A3, would recommend a sketchbook)
Glue or Tape
Recycled materials at home (any pieces of cardboard and paper, fabrics, plastics)*
*Further details available once enrolled.
ONLINE CHILDRENS Making Art History, 5-12 YRS Saturdays 10:30am-12pm
Natalie Tso recently completed a double degree of Fine Arts and Commerce at UNSW and is currently pursuing her honours year qualifications. She specialises in painting, performance art and installations. As a regular finalist at Mosman Youth Art Prize and shortlisted for the Young Archie Competition, her work has grown to exhibit across multiple platforms such as PACT, Sydney Children's Hospital, 107 Projects and Brooklyn Art Library. With a strong background in contemporary dance, she is striving to create more mixed media interactive installations. The central theme in her work is to turn fear, confusion and pain into comfort and catharsis, whether these emotions stemmed from personal conflicts or social issues.