Coming up: Art Club exhibition

Art Club Exhibition

Hi, I'm Isobel. I am currently taking part in my Silver Arts Award at Rural Arts. I decided to take part in Silver Arts Award because I had enjoyed doing my Bronze Arts Award in the Art Club. It allowed me to develop new skills and learn more about different parts of the arts world. I joined the Art Club at Rural Arts because I enjoy art and wanted to learn more and develop my skills. I think that Arts Award is a good way to do this because it allows you to explore lots of different art forms.

Art Club exhibition on Saturday 13th - Saturday 20th October from 10am - 4pm is a display of the work made by those that attend the weekly Art Club for ages 5-18 at Rural Arts. On a Thursday or Saturday, we take part in the different arts activities which allow us to try new things and develop new and existing skills. The exhibition will include things from paintings to ceramics that we have made in Art Club this term and is curated by those taking part in the Arts Award.

      

Autumnal cupcakes 


Origami cranes
Planning and delivering the exhibition is part of our work experience in our Silver Arts Award where we have to plan an event - this gives us an understanding of the arts world. On Saturday 13th, Laura and Gabby are running an Autumnal cupcake decorating workshop which they have planned, to help people develop skills in cupcake decorating from 11.20am- 1.00pm. On Monday 15th, Sophie is running an Animals origami for beginners workshop from 4.30pm- 5.30 pm where you can learn how to make various small, detailed origami animals. The workshops are free and are also part of our work experience for our Silver Arts Award. Silver Arts Award is a qualification that we are working towards by taking part in an art form of our choice to develop our skills and gain a wider understanding of different arts.


Come and visit our Art club exhibition!

www.ruralarts.org/art-club-exhibition

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