CHILDREN’S WORKSHOPS

NEW!!

Regular Sessions:

Art and Rhythm for babies, toddlers and young children aged up to 5

Let your little ones explore their creativity in a professional art studio with two experienced professional artists. A welcoming safe place to explore textures, paints, crayons and printmaking and learn about rhythm and movement with songs and percussion. This relaxed family activity is perfect way to spend your morning bonding with your pre-school kids. Sessions tailored to babies, toddlers and young children.

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Inky Cuttlefish Studios

MONDAY MORNINGS: 10-10.45am

Session Fee: £3/child

All materials included

Parents and tots. Tea/Coffee will be provided on arrival
Delivered by professional,experienced and DBS checked artists from Inky Cuttlefish and Mbilla Arts.




INKY CUTTLEFISH KID’S ART CLUB

-PLEASE NOTE THAT THERE ARE NO SESSIONS ON 6 August-

Kids art workshops exploring a range of techniques with a primary focus on printmaking including linocut, woodcut, intaglio and screenprinting. Held in an airy light professional printmaking studio. We keep sketchbooks and go on trips – these sessions are a great way to build a strong art portfolio. The children are really friendly and gain huge amounts of confidence through the art of making and exploring their own creativity.

We run regular projects and exhibit the children’s artwork in showcase exhibitions, which parents are invited to.

Sessions run by professional artists with enhanced CRB checks.

There are two groups:

AGE RANGE: 5-8 years old 9.30-11am

AGE RANGE: 9-16 years old 11am-1pm

Drop in: £5 per session

Series of sessions: £40 for ten sessions

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Sessions will be delivered by highly experienced professional practicing artists.

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Inky Cuttlefish Studios is an artist led printmaking studio with a  commitment to working with a wide range of community groups with a specific interest in sharing their love of printmaking.