|13th Jan 2021 to 24th Mar 2021|
|4pm - 5pm|
|Online Event Edinburgh|
YOUNG ARTISTS CLUB
Online Art Club for P5-P7 Children
Young Artists Club is an opportunity for your child in P5-P7 to build their skills in a wide range of media including drawing, painting, 3d modelling and collage. Each lesson will explore artists that will inspire their artwork. The classes aim to be fun, creative and small to ensure the children are well supported. Classes are taught by professional artist and teacher Payam Beint.
“Thanks for continuing to provide this oasis for my daughter and others”
“My son loved the art classes, he especially enjoyed making abstract portraits”
Date: Wednesday 13th January – 24th March 2021
Time: 4.00-5.00pm on ZOOM
Cost: 10 sessions for £65
Age: P5-P7 or budding P4 artists
Lockdown special 3 classes 13th 20th 27th January 2.30-3.30pm £19.50
Places are limited, book now by contacting Payam Beint firstname.lastname@example.org
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