Innocence and Expression 2020

PAST SESSIONS Innocence and Expression Saturdays 18th July, 25th July, 1st August, 8th August, 15th August and 22nd August 2pm-3.30pm Story Mashup – What happens when all your favourite characters become part of the same story? Join Magdalena Aron over six weeks on ZOOM video for interactive art sessions. Learn how to create story boards,

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Innocence and Expression  with painter Georgia Peskett is in it’s final two sessions! The children are working in collaboration on some exciting large scale canvases to be shown in the community.

Innocence and Expression will be returning with our second group of sessions of exciting art and craft activities for children and young people to explore! Throughout this six week course you will learn three brand new art techniques before coming together as a group to create a public installation. We can’t wait for you to

Innocence and Expression will be returning this year with exciting art and craft activities for children and young people to explore! Throughout this six week course you will learn three brand new art techniques before coming together as a group to create a public installation. We can’t wait for you to get involved! These sessions

In these sessions, we will be creating giant letters and using different objects to create different spray painting designs. On 6th July the children will be creating giant letters which they can then spray paint in any colours they choose. On 20th July, the children will spray paint different designs onto ordinary or old objects,

(8th) This session will explore the technique of stencil creation using pre-prepared stencils and ones created by the young people on the day. These stencils can then be used in the next session when spraying. (22nd) The young people will learn freehand spray painting techniques on practice boards. I will demonstrate to the group and

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These free creative sessions are designed to assist participants in building confidence, developing new skills, and learning new artforms. The sessions are free and open to children and young people aged 6-18. FREE, booking essential due to limited spaces Please email coordinator@artcoreuk.com or call 01332 384561 to book a place

Innocence and Expression 2017

A BBC Children in Need funded programme especially designed for young people Upto 18 years old.In this free programme participants learn to work in various artistic mediums such as painting, clay modelling, sandcasting, making mosaics and more.

Innocence and Expression 05/11/16

In this week’s Innocence and Expression, participants were encouraged to work in groups to experiment with mixing colours using acrylic paints. After that, they then explored the wonders of nature by drawing things that you would normally find in the garden on a large piece of paper.

Innocence and Expression 15/10/16

In the first session of the second programme, the children were encouraged to explore the different types of colours, creatures and objects found in a garden. They then took it to paper to design their perfect garden using different art mediums such as crayons, felt tips and collage materials.

The theme for this session of Innocence and Expression was famous artists.  Participants learned about a variety of famous artists including Salvador Dali, Andy Warhol and Vincent Van Gogh and their different styles of work. Inspired by the style of their chosen artist, the children created their own piece of art using acrylic paints.

In this session, children took part in making clay slabs. On those clay slabs were pictures of the children’s best memories. They were given the example of a day at the seaside and, from there, they created their own happy memory in the clay.

In this session, participants started working on their mosaics. They drew a sketch onto a wooden board and began sticking coloured tiles to form their finished pieces.

In the first 2016 session, the children made their favourite animals out of clay. They also made clay bowls and slabs based on leaves. They traced around the shape of the leaf and repeated to create nature inspired clay work.