Be inspired by David Hockney and Cannon Hill Park as you use a range of materials and methods such as mono-printing and photo-collage.
Who is this course for?
This course is suitable for children aged 6-11 years to enjoy learning with a parent or guardian. It is open to all levels. You don’t need any previous experience as full instruction and guidance is given.
The course is accessible for people of all abilities as families will be working together and can provide support. The room is wheelchair accessible.
Please note part of this workshop will involve going into Cannon Hill Park.
What will you learn on this course?
This one-day workshop is a chance for families to enjoy learning about visual art techniques together. Using the work of David Hockney as inspiration, the tutor will introduce a range of different art materials and methods, such as mono-printing and photo-collage. You will learn how to find inspiration for project themes and get help developing ideas to encourage the budding artist - whatever their age!
Using Cannon Hill Park as a starting point, you will learn methods for beginning a project and how to source inspiration from the surroundings. You will record images and collect material to create a collaborative family artwork at the end of the session. The tutor will demonstrate different techniques to the group and each family will be shown how they can adapt them to their own work.
Every family will leave with a large scale collaborative family artwork to proudly display in their home.
Do you need to bring anything?
A camera or phone with a good sized screen would be useful but not essential.
Please dress appropriately for the weather as some of the day will be spent outside in Cannon Hill Park.
Are there any additional costs?
The course fee covers one child and one adult. There is a charge for each additional person (adult or child). There must be one adult for every three children.
Who teaches this course?