• This course explores unique methods of paint application. Our younger students innovatively use common everyday materials like fork, wooden blocks, sponges, cardboard and more to create vibrant outcomes. They are introduced to artists such as Heather Hansen who paints using her limbs…Antoni Gaudi who uses ceramic tiles to create mosaics. The course explores themes ranging from animals, trees, still life etc.
        • Every Tuesdays |Timing 4.15 to 5: 30 pm IST | 10 classes OR
        • Every Fridays |Timing 4.15 to 5: 30 pm IST | 10 classes
        • All materials included
  • From submarines to sail boats, from sharks to turtles and so much more… This wonderful course is a great mix of having fun with art while learning about ecology and ocean life. We will watch clips from movies like Finding Nemo and documentary series like “Our Planet” to inspire our art-making. Simple geometric shapes come together to form a submarine while organic shapes and a little symmetry can create a coral.
    • Every Mondays |Timing 4.15 to 5: 30 pm IST | 10 classes
    • Materials included
  • Students will work with a variety of mediums such as tempera paints, oil pastels, soft pastels and collage to create artworks that are fun and exploratory. Unlike our older students, this very young batch will create art that is more about free painting. Students will be encouraged to make big sweeping gestures with thick paintbrushes and oil pastels to get satisfying colour results. This course is truly about the journey and not the destination
      • Every Mondays |Timing 3.30 to 4: 45 pm IST | 10 classes OR
      • Every Tuesdays |Timing 3.30 to 4: 45 pm IST | 10 classes
      • Materials included
  • “It took 2 and a half years to do book 1 – working 7 days a week, at least 12 hours a day.” Says Jim Kay, the illustrator of the Harry Potter books. The Museum, the British Library and Google arts and culture bring you an extensive exploration of his illustrations online. RainbowFish was inspired by this exhibition to design a course around the theme. As always your young artist will learn art techniques and fundamentals like proportion, shape and shading while working with themes they love from the much loved book series.
      • Every Thursdays |Timing 4.15 to 5: 30 pm IST | 10 classes
      • All materials included
  • This course explores unique methods of paint application. Our younger students innovatively use common everyday materials like fork, wooden blocks, sponges, cardboard and more to create vibrant outcomes. They are introduced to artists such as Heather Hansen who paints using her limbs…Antoni Gaudi who uses ceramic tiles to create mosaics. The course explores themes ranging from animals, trees, still life etc.
        • Every Tuesdays |Timing 4.15 to 5: 30 pm IST | 10 classes OR
        • Every Fridays |Timing 4.15 to 5: 30 pm IST | 10 classes
        • All materials included
  • From submarines to sail boats, from sharks to turtles and so much more… This wonderful course is a great mix of having fun with art while learning about ecology and ocean life. We will watch clips from movies like Finding Nemo and documentary series like “Our Planet” to inspire our art-making. Simple geometric shapes come together to form a submarine while organic shapes and a little symmetry can create a coral.
    • Every Mondays |Timing 4.15 to 5: 30 pm IST | 10 classes
    • Materials included
  • Students will work with a variety of mediums such as tempera paints, oil pastels, soft pastels and collage to create artworks that are fun and exploratory. Unlike our older students, this very young batch will create art that is more about free painting. Students will be encouraged to make big sweeping gestures with thick paintbrushes and oil pastels to get satisfying colour results. This course is truly about the journey and not the destination
      • Every Mondays |Timing 3.30 to 4: 45 pm IST | 10 classes OR
      • Every Tuesdays |Timing 3.30 to 4: 45 pm IST | 10 classes
      • Materials included
  • “It took 2 and a half years to do book 1 – working 7 days a week, at least 12 hours a day.” Says Jim Kay, the illustrator of the Harry Potter books. The Museum, the British Library and Google arts and culture bring you an extensive exploration of his illustrations online. RainbowFish was inspired by this exhibition to design a course around the theme. As always your young artist will learn art techniques and fundamentals like proportion, shape and shading while working with themes they love from the much loved book series.
      • Every Thursdays |Timing 4.15 to 5: 30 pm IST | 10 classes
      • All materials included