The Young Person’s Drawing Club is a set of weekly, after school classes run by Fusion Arts, where children can be taught various techniques and exercises to build up their drawing skills. Primarily, these will be observation based, but drawing from memory and from the imagination will also be covered in future classes. Tone, measurement, mark making and the use of different drawing materials will be explored in the first block of classes.
An opportunity has arisen to be involved in a pioneering creative arts project for children aged 7-11 with speech, language and communication needs.
This project, run by Fusion Arts, takes the form of weekly after school art sessions from January - March 2019. Sessions will be held in schools and at the University of Oxford Botanic Garden. Participating children are given the chance to share their creativity, discover and explore their experiences using art materials and imagination.
Oxford University's Museum of the History of Science and School of Geography are seeking artistic input (any medium) for our diversifying sculpture project funded by The Diversity Fund of the University of Oxford. At the focus of this call are the Head sculptures that ring the Sheldonian Theatre and front the Museum of the History of Science on Broad Street, Oxford.
We are looking for an artist specialising in public art who brings the community together and creates special and bespoke features for the public realm. Our desire is to create 5 distinctive entrance features gateway features throughout the village. We are also keen to develop artistic focal features in central locations in the two main village public open spaces/ parks. These also could reflect on themes such as
• Ancient landscape
• Farming and agriculture
• Local archaeological finds
• And local history
CDAN are calling for applications from arts practitioners, activities organisers, and others interested in learning how to work effectively with older people with dementia using the arts in COVENTRY
FLOURISH, our unique training programme offers
• 2 days teaching about dementia and arts programming
• A comprehensive FLOURISH training manual with huge resource list
• An opportunity to link theory to practice during 6 once weekly 3 hour arts sessions with residents with a dementia living in a care home
Continuing weekly sessions.
MONDAY 14th January 2019 - 1st April 2019 10 sessions cost £180
Cutteslowe Pavilion, Cutteslowe Park, Oxford, OX2 8ES
to enrol: www.janestrother.co.uk 07505 214 795
An in depth course to enable beginners to abstraction to find 'ways in' - to develop their practice. You will need to provide your own basic equipment.
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