The formal art curriculum ART FOR KIDS takes place throughout the 2017-2018 school year. These classes teach a module-based fine art curriculum which adapts to each child’s capacities and builds on...Read on
The Wednesday Kids Club activities take place at the Montessori Aquilae School in the Cologny / Chêne-Bourg Area. We offer a fun and interesting educational programme which includes art and...Read on
During this 3 hour workshop, we will focus on Leonardo da Vinci’s work as Painter and Inventor. After an introduction to one of the greatest erudite’s of all times, children...Read on
During this week of artistic fun, children will discover or rediscover the radical art of Cubist painters, such as Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Ferdinand Léger and Robert Delaunay to name...Read on
In art-therapy, we help children and adults to reconnect and bring forth their inner resources, so that they may heal and move beyond personal difficulties, life’s challenges and how they cope
Artistic and manual activities are beneficial to children, who find positive stimulation in expressing their creativity, as well as their imagination. Moreover, such activities allow them to develop fine motor movement,
Expressive & Creative Arts
The artistic workshops of Arts & Expression give full priority the creative emergence common to all human beings. We create a non-judgemental, welcoming and kind-spirited environment where everybody feels at ease to express himself freely.
We’re not here to teach participants the technicalities behind the production of works of art. Our work is all about expressive and creative arts. Thus, we accompany adults, adolescents and children in bringing forth their ideas, imagination and creativity. However, we do offer technical support on request.
By stimulating their imagination and their right analog brain, we invite participants to connect to their inner world. Thereafter, they enter a creative phase using artistic media, such as drawing, painting, 2D and 3D collage, clay modeling, mixed crafts, writing and creative movement.
We don’t judge the aesthetics of the work of art produced. Indeed, what truly matters in our approach are the expressive modalities that support individual and group creativity as well as the creative process.