Children's Art Classes
We inspire children aged 6-16 to develop artistically by immersing them in a creative programme that integrates core visual skills.
Creative minds shape the future.
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We believe that art brings together communities because art is its own language, accessible to everyone.
With over 30 clubs across England and over 2000 students being tutored weekly, we’re creating a community of creatively-minded individuals who share your child’s passion and curiosity for art.
We go beyond the classroom by inviting students to take part in yearly exhibitions, offer opportunities to participate in national art-K events and share local art-related news. Our aim is to connect our students to the art world and show them the wonders it beholds!
Creativity is a fundamental aspect of humanity and we truly believe that creative minds shape the future.
Countless research has shown how creative activities can boost self-confidence and self-esteem. Through our art programme, students will learn to think independently, learn to problem solve and start to draw from images in their mind.
Every programme a child finishes, we celebrate with an ‘Arts Award Certificate’.
We are here to listen to your child’s ideas and integrate them into our unique programme and class structure.
Teaching art to 2000+ students per week
Since 2000, art-K has been developing immersive art programmes; we teach through artist studies, experimentation, imagination and fun! Each project focuses on developing specific techniques as well as incorporating 4 core visual skills: visual memory, fine motor control, spatial awareness and visual perception.
By understanding these skills, how children develop, what they’re interested in and what they’re able to achieve, we are able to give children the building blocks for developing their own artistic style.
Preparing for GCSEs can be a little overwhelming, which is why we offer classes with tailored guidance specific to helping your child with their coursework.
If they have only just begun their course, we will work on projects that develop specific skills that students are expected to demonstrate, such as portraiture & perspective.
If they are further down the line, we work alongside their coursework, teaching them techniques and skills where necessary.
These include badges, programme certificates, access to competitions and events through art-K’s network, participation in art-K’s national events, regular exhibitions of your artwork and much more!