Star Wars & Pop Art – February Holidays

Star Wars & Pop Art – February Holidays (18-22 Feb)

From Mon 18 to Fri 22 February and 14h00 to 17h00. During this week of creative fun, children enjoy experimenting with Pop Art, as they transform the famous characters of...

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Magritte – 2 February 2019

Magritte for kids – Saturday 2 February

Let’s jump into Surrealism as we discover the imaginary world of Belgian painter René Magritte. Children will have a lot of fun learning about his main works of art. They...

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Modern Art – Every Saturday at 10 am

Art Modern for Kids – Tous les samedis – 10h

This is a fun way to learn to draw and paint and fine art technique. This weekly course teaches  fine art through the works of the great masters of the...

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Wednesday Kids Club

Wednesday Kids Club

The Wednesday Kids Club offers a full immersion in the English language every Wednesday. With our fun educational and cultural program, which includes cooking and art classes, self-expression using movement...

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Miró & Surrealism – Saturday 26 January

Miró & Surrealism – Saturday 26 January

Workshop for grown-ups. Initiation to Surrealism via the highly symbolic and poetic works of Spanish painter Juan Miró. After a bit of history of art, you’ll seek inspiration in his visual...

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Roy Lichtenstein – 2 March

Roy Lichtenstein for Kids – Saturday 2 March

An afternoon to immerse oneself in pop art according to Roy Lichtenstein. Children will use his colour code to explore the visual style of comics and in the process they...

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Art-Therapy

Art Therapy for kids and adults

Sometimes words are not enough to express oneself Art therapists help children and adults visually express and record experiences, perceptions, feelings and imagination. They capitalize on their vast knowledge of...

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Paul Klee – Saturday 16 February

Paul Klee – Saturday 16 February

Initiation to abstract painting via the original and poetic works of Paul Klee. A friend of Kandinsky, an admirer of Robert Delaunay, Paul Klee produce a work of consequential size....

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