Art & Design Boot Camp – Raneem Qubatrus, Shireen Mufti, Alia Talhouni, Nada Jaffal, Sandra Dajani, Dana AlGhoul, Nisreen Pharaon
An intensive skill-based course designed for kids & teenagers wishing to develop and strengthen a wide range of creative areas through experimentation and practical assignments realising the difference between art & design.
This course provides students the opportunity to work in a dynamic and creative art school environment and to expand and develop personal ideas while exploring a range of techniques in art & design.
During the 5 days students will explore the following areas:
Ages 8 – 13: Product design, Drawing/ Painting, Sculpture, Origami, Accessories design
Ages 14 – 18: Packaging, Origami, Drawing/Painting, Cartooning, Sculpture
• To help students develop a range of technical skills and develop their creative thinking
• To develop and refine ideas and learn how to evaluate progress
• To develop core skills that have a wide range of creative applications
Students will undertake observational research and exploration of ideas and materials through Drawing, Printmaking, Sculpture, Digital Design and Mixed Media Painting.
This course will be based and delivered in specialist art and design studios and will typically include a range of practical exercises, introductions to techniques, processes and artists’ work, and set projects which lead to personal exploration. Each day, students’ progress will be monitored and supported by the tutor who will suggest follow up reading, research and practice to support their studies. Teaching will include practical demonstrations, one on one tutoring, group discussions and critiques.
By the end of this course students will be able to:
• Develop a creative practice and thought
• Enhance knowledge of materials, techniques and processes through exploration of various specialist art and design disciplines
In order to secure a spot in this course, a non-refundable 50% of the total amount as a down payment is required. Please note, since space is limited, we follow a “first come, first serve policy”. Early registration is advised.
We may cancel a course no later than one week before it starts if there is low demand for the course. We will notify you by email. You can either transfer onto another available course, or wait for the next term.