Teaching the fundamentals of Art and Art History in a fun way
82 Kessel Street, Fairland, Gauteng
Ages 13 – 18
Mon: 16:00 – 18:00
Tues: 16:00 – 18:00
Wed: 16:00 – 18:00
Thurs: 16:00 – 18:00
Fri: 15:30 – 17:30
R1200 per month
Enrolment is per term; payments made monthly. Due on the 25th of each month.
Oil Painting, Charcoal, Clay Sculpture, Printmaking, Visual Diaries
In class materials & tools (Clay Tools, Easels, Brushes, Acrylic Paint)
Oil Painting Kit
A2 Flip File
Guiding a young artist
Sadly the school art curriculum is not what it use to be. We are now stuck with hybrid subjects where one period needs to include, music, dance and art. This doesn’t leave enough airtime for any of these subjects. Teenagers tend to get stuck and leave High School with a diluted art education. Maybe the school that your child attends does not even offer art as a full-time subject! Other schools, might expect your child to keep up with their rigorous art curriculum and your child is simply lost on where to start a sculpture or why they are failing drawing.
At Lillian Gray Art School, we meet your child where they are at. Whether if they are absolute creative geniuses or just trying to meet a deadline.
We take great pleasure in seeing our students realise their creative potential and grow as artists. For prospective art students, we offer assistance in completing a portfolio, especially if you want to further your studies at an institute or University in Johannesburg or Cape Town.
It’s hard work be selected to join Red & Yellow, Stellenbosch Academy of Design & Photography, or Vega or any other University to Visual Arts or Design. Let us guide you and refine your portfolio to up your chances considerably.
Teaching art appreciation and Art History
We have an absolute passion for art history and art appreciation! That being said, we don’t do boring. We are known as visual storytellers. We engage our audience with cartoons, and various multimedia such as videos, and images. Our engaging art history classes will make you remember what you need to know to Ace your Art History exams. We believe that we do not study history to understand the past. We study history to predict the future, to gain an in-depth understanding of human behaviour and to learn from the key messages to transform our current world.
FAQ – FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
How do I sign up my child?
- Book Online or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
- Select an appropriate time slot for your child
- Sign the indemnity form
- Make payment
- Drop them off for their first class
What do we need for our first lesson?
- Oil Painting Kit – can be bought from us here on our online store and collected at our studio when they attend our first class.
What is the structure of our teenage art classes?
We believe each individual is at their own artistic level. What makes our classes unique is that each child is allowed to progress through the curriculum at their own speed. We do not do one activity for all students in a class. This also allows the children to explore different mediums to their own liking. If your child has a keen interest in clay, they can venture into statues or ceramics, if your child has a keen interest in painting, they could progress to oil painting.