28 - 31 August 2018
Tuesday 28 – Friday 31 August
10am – 3.30pm
This four-day course offers children the opportunity to work with two artists across the Galleries and Studios at Camden Arts Centre, using a wide range of materials and techniques to playfully consider and create their own kinetic artworks.
In the Ceramics Studio, participants will experiment with clay to consider colour, movement and kinetic sculpture, working across a variety of ceramic techniques including feathering, marbling and stippling to create hanging mobiles. Final works will be glazed and fired in our on-site kilns.
In the Drawing Studio, participants will continue to develop their ideas, working with sound, photography and drawing to create large scale immersive installation works. All materials are provided and there will be an open studio exhibition of artworks on the last day for friends and family to attend.
Free lunchtime care is provided between 12.30 – 1pm, in addition to a morning and afternoon break. Please note that lunch is not provided, therefore all children attending will need to bring a packed lunch with them. Squash and biscuits will be provided for break times.
Courses for 5-7s and 8-11s will be run concurrently throughout the day. We operate strict age restrictions on our children’s courses; please ensure you are booking onto the correct age range for your child.
Joe Rogers (AKA Colourbox Studio) is a visual artist working across a wide range of practices, including ceramics, print making, jewellery, textiles, illustration, and graphic design. Since gaining his BA in 2002 and MA from Chelsea College in 2011 Joe has worked on a range of fine art and sound art projects as well as collaborating with other artists. He was a founding member of Puck Collective and the Clay Collective. His work is bold, colourful and is influenced by form and shape. Read more
Natalie Zervou is an artist and educator with an interest in inclusive practice-based research linking play, sculpture and in between states. Within her practice material hierarchies cease to exist and the environmental frames which her sculptures inhabit become part of a wider invite for corporeal participation. As part of her practice-led MA she examined the potential of both psychoanalysis and phenomenology to support our understanding of how inner and outer experiences shape our interactions with different materials and the different worlds in which we live. Read more
Concessionary fees are available to attendees who are in receipt of housing and council tax benefits, income support, job seekers allowance or a state pension; full time students with NUS cards or those who are registered disabled.
Please bring evidence of your concessionary status and show it to the Bookshop staff on the first day of your course.
Please note that bookings are non-transferable and non-refundable unless the course is cancelled by the Centre.