Courses for schools
Art educational projects for primary schools
Artistic techniques taught: acrylic, watercolor, dripping, charcoal, monotype printing, embossing, pastel, collage, graffiti, creative techniques with experimental recycled materials.
The artistic education projects take place in the primary school and have as their matter the teaching of different techniques. The universal language of art allows students to experiment with new forms of creative communication, to hone their sensory abilities, to educate them to beauty, to encourage collaborative learning, dialogue and reflection on what they do. It allows to develop creative and authentic personal productions, to express feelings and emotions, to represent and communicate the perceived reality.
For such artistical projects, the teacher uses an appropriate methodology for the application of artistic techniques and the use of appropriate tools and fun, allowing children to create original creations. These projects are proposed by the teacher in two different ways.
The art teacher will teach the basics about the different artistic techniques relating to the project to be submitted and approved by the Institute. Later in the classroom, teachers and students will build together the artworks under the supervision of the expert who will provide further details on the techniques used.
-Workshop in class
The art expert offers itself as a teacher. The students will be taught in the classroom to the basics of the various artistic techniques. During this experience the expert is flanked by the teacher of the primary school and works with him to the lesson to the pupils. The latter will reach the capacity of express themselves through art in an independent and original way, having acquired the methods of application of the techniques taught to the realization of their artworks.
The courses take place at primary schools.