The Child to Be an Artist
We set out with the intention of revealing all the artists of the world 5 years ago, we started to present our ‘The Child to Be an Artist‘ program to you in order to enable children to experience their art journey individually, to produce, question and express by discussing with their peers in a group.
Within this unique program, which we have prepared with our experienced instructors in the field of art education; There is a curriculum that covers all the themes and topics that the child reveals through their environment and perception of the world, from ancient times to modern art, from creativity that exists in nature to conceptual art.
In this program, which we have prepared for 4-5/ 5-6/ 7-9 age groups, taking into account their readiness, we establish online art groups with the participation of a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 6 children. We can present our ‘Child that is going to Be an Artist’ program, which takes place for 1 hour per week, in Turkish and English language options.
Describe, analyze, and interpret artwork of students’ own creation. Analyze, interpret, and evaluate the form and content of works of art.
OCTOBER 1. WEEK
Students will discover the famous Norwegian artist Edward Munch and his famous artwork The Scream. They will talk about perspective and create an artwork using basic perspective rules.
- Sketchbook, markers, pencil, coloring pencils.
OCTOBER 2. WEEK
Students will learn about the famous Belgian artist Rene Magritte. They will talk about “What makes art, Art?” And examine Magritte’s famous artwork “This is not a pipe” They will next make an artwork inspired by Magritte and their own interests.
OCTOBER 3. WEEK
Students will discover the famous Dutch artist Johannes Vermeer and learn about Barock style. They will learn about portrait and discuss light and shadow. Next they’ll create an artwork inspired by Vermeer’s style.
OCTOBER 4. WEEK
Students will remember famous artworks such as Mona Lisa from Leonardo Da Vinci, The Scream from Edward Munch and The Starry Night from Van Gogh and they’ll find an answer to the question: How would they look Halloween themed?