ART LIVE ONLINE! Kandinsky's Compositions Online Art Workshop For Children

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A LIVE, interactive online workshop based around the artist Wassily Kandinsky and his Compositions series, especially designed for children!

Delivered and created by the Dot Kids Founder, Julie Bevan.

In this workshop, togetherwe will discover & discussKandinsky's Compositions and then we will Paint or Draw Music!

I will guide your child through the process of creating their own unique painting or drawing inspired by Kandinsky's Compositions.

THIS IS A LIVE ONLINE WORKSHOP.
TIME:
3:00pm GMT

The session length will be approx 60 minutes but as the session is live it may last a little longer.

Please note I will open the zoom waiting room 30 minutes before the session to allow plenty of time for logging in.

AGE 
Suggested age 5-11 years. There is flexibility around the age ranges.

PRICE
This price is per household, not per child, so siblings can watch together for £6.97.


DELIVERED ONLINE VIA ZOOM
The session will be delivered online via Zoom, a video conference website and App used for distance learning & meetings. 
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FEEDBACK & FURTHER DEVELOPMENT
If they wish, at the end of the session there will be an opportunity for each child to show their completed art piece and I will give feedback and suggestions for further development.

EQUIPMENT NEEDED: 
I'm sure you will have everything you need at home, all that is required are;
  • some sheets of plain paper. (larger paper is best for this workshop, but not essential)
  • a pencil.
  • a small selection of colouring pencils or pens.

ADDITIONAL EQUIPMENT THAT IS USEFUL, BUT NOT ESSENTIAL:

  • you may also use paints if you have them.

Please contact me if you have any questions.

*Image 2 is from a Dot Kids online workshops and tuition sessions, copyright Dot Kids Ltd.

*Image 3 Composition IV, Kandinsky (1911)

*Image 4 Composition VI, Kandinsky (1913)

*Image 5 Composition VIII, Kandinsky (1923)