"It quickly became the highlight of my son's week"
Yasmine H. Solal’s Mum 8yo
"For all the creative people amongst you, this is the course for your kids"
Sylvie Mummy of 6 yo
"I am so impressed with everything Sophie's done at Bozart Club that I could go on and on with praises"
Frederique, Max’s Mum 8yo
Dear Sofy, Thank you for being such an amazing art teacher and guiding us through the world of Art!
The children of l’Ecole Bilingue
- Introducing your children to the history of art and plastic art
- Developing their observation
- Widening their artistic sensibility
- Improving their creativity
From Prehistoric times to the New Realists, your children will familiarise with the works of great artists whilst travelling throughout several eras and different civilisations. Painting, sculpture, modelling, drawing, collage, all the plastic techniques will be used to develop their taste for experimentation and the awakening of their artistic curiosity.
An artistic movement is introduced through the work of a painter or a sculptor. After a short discussion, the children are invited to create their own work using the appropriate techniques.
SOfy Casado has a Masters in Visual Arts and History of Arts from the Sorbonne University, Paris (Centre St Charles).
Bozart Camps from monday 21 Feb to friday 25 Feb 2022
10am to 4pm at L’école Jacques Prévert (Hammersmith/Olympia)
THE CARNIVAL IN ARTS
See french homepage for more details
#lartenseigneauxenfants #becreative #artislife
* Initiation classes of history of arts and plastic arts, from 4-5 years old, in french and english, in accordance with the official curriculum of the french “Education Nationale” (BO N32 of August 28th 2008)
Lycee Francais Charles de Gaulle Ecole Andre Malraux
44 Laurie Rd, London W7 1BL
La Petite Ecole Francaise
73 St Charles Square, London W10 6EJ
St David’s Welsh Church, St Mary’s Terrace, London W2 1SJ
L’Ecole Francaise Jacques Prevert
59 Brook Green, Hammersmith, London W6 7BE
Wednesdays 12.45-14.30 (GS/CP)
Wednesdays 13.00-15.00 (CE/CM)
Thursdays 15.30-17.00 (CP/CE/CM)