Summer Camp for budding artists

This four-day art masterclass led by artist and art tutor Joanne Bryan is designed to encourage your mini artist to unleash their creative powers and develop their artistic skills.

Inspired by the current KAPOW exhibition - which explores the art of making comics and film, children will learn about the history of comic book style art (graphic storytelling), explore design, colour and text , and experiment with drawing using different techniques and materials.

Over the four days, these drawings will form the beginnings of sketchbooks which will evolve to create a painting in acrylics that will be displayed as part of an art exhibition in the foyer of the Art Gallery and Museum.

Tuesday 22 to Friday 25 August
4 day course £150
8-12 years

 Due to limited spaces, tickets are non-refundable

About Jo Bryan Artist and Art Tutor

Jo has a positive and friendly approach to teaching which encourages confidence in children and helps them to develop their creativity. Beginners particularly appreciate Jo's simplified step-by-step demonstrations and one on one assistance.  

Jo took a foundation course in Art and Design before completing a Fine Art degree. She later furthered her studies at BCU where Jo obtained a Fine Art MA. She also has a NOCN certificate in Community Development Practice and Principles.

Having worked as a community artist Jo has developed a diverse art practice from commissioned public mural painting to developing and delivering art workshops to both mini artists and adult learners.

After teaching at De Montford University, Jo now teaches locally at the Percival Guildhouse and at Rugby Art Gallery and Museum.