Holiday camps for children in 2020
All camps will take place in Hofmark Atelier in Bahnhofstr.42, 82152 Planegg (Entrance Hofmarkstr.)
"Drawing room" is happy to welcome your kids in Art Camps for kids 7-12.y.o! And in Art Camp for Teens (13-16 y.o). We will draw, paint, go for walks (assuming I've arranged nice weather), learn the basics of realistic drawing, learn new painting techniques, observe and sketch nature in Maria Eich Wald, and do crafts. Please read more details below and contact me to register. The amount of spaces is limited to 10 kids.
The course is designed for primary school kids of cirtain age. But as you know, in art the desire is more important then the age group.
Here is the general schedule of the holiday camp:
8.45 - 9.00 - Drop off
9.00 - 10.30 - Lessons
10.45 - 11.00 - Snack. Please provide your child with sufficient snack. Drinks (water, Apfelschorle and fruit tee) are included in the price.
11.00 - 11.45 - Walk, scketching outside (weather permitting)
11.45 - 13.00 - return to the studio. Lesson.
13.00 - Pick up.
Payment: We are asking to pay in advance 20 € non-refundable registration fee (this money will allow us to purchase all necessary art supplies). The rest of the payment 160 € can be tranferred into account any time before the course, or payed cash on the first day of the course.
Cancellation policy: If you cancel the participation in the course more than 2 weeks before the course, you receive the full price of the course (160 €) and we still can try to find another participant. If you cancel any time during the last 2 weeks before the course, please understand, that we will be able to return only 50% of the price. Once the course has started refunds are not possible. Single missed days are also not a subject to money refund.
Languages: Often I'm being asked if kids with no knowledge of English language can attend my courses. Of course they can! I teach in English, I can support kids in German and in Russian languages. Kids translate for each other. I've noticed that for some kids my lessons turn into mild introduction to English language. Languages never have been a problem. After all, it's a universal language of art we speak during our lessons:)