|Event||Culture Vultures: Islamic art & Design|
|Type||Kids Camp: Islamic art & Design|
|Venue||NYLA, 39 Thurloe St, South Kensington, SW7 2LQ London|
|Date||July 24th - July 28th 2017|
|Time||10am - 4pm, daily|
Immerse yourself in the vibrant art and culture scene of London and inspire the kids during school holidays!
Ages: 5 - 9yrs and 10 -14 yrs
July 24th-28th: Islamic art & design
This one week camp will take children out every morning to fun and interesting visits to the world renown museums such as the V&A and Design Museum, art galleries, iconic creative sites and parks in London with workshop co-ordinators. Children will learn about the key elements of Islamic art and design such as geometry and nature, Arabesque, ceramics, tile making and calligraphy and interpret these in a contemporary context.
Afternoons will be jam packed with arts & crafts activities, experimental play, clay crafts, calligraphy, elements of design technology. For older children there will be sessions on Photoshop and Indesign to design their own art and design, for which laptops will be required but may be loaned if necessary.
Tickets: £50 per day
Barakat Members: £40 per day
The children will be supervised by members of staff and volunteers during visits and activities.
Drop-in and collection at: NYLA, 39 Thurloe St, South Kensington, SW7 2LQ London (unless otherwise stated)
Reminder: Please remember to pack lunch for your children, Under 5 years old must be accompanied by and adult or guardian.
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