Brewery Tots: Mini Mess Makers

Art & Crafts |
20th September 2023 – 6th December 2023

Brewery Tots: Mini Mess Makers | Wed 20 Sep – Wed 6 Dec | 11.30am-12.30pm |£60 (10 wks) | £7 PAYG | Under 4 yrs & Parents/Carers | Tutor Helena McGregor | Studio 3

Brewery Tots: Mini Mess Makers is a fun and relaxed session which invites children under 4 years old and their grown-ups to get messy, creative, and expressive in a safe environment. The sessions will cover colour, shape, texture and art through relaxed and informal teaching.

Important information

A parent, carer or guardian must accompany and supervise their child during Brewery Tots: Mini Mess Makers and all adults are encouraged to get involved.

The cost of the session includes a warm drink for adults and juice for children.

There are no sessions during the weeks beginning 23 October and 13 November.

What do I need to bring?

The session is very messy, please bring your own apron or wear old clothes.

About the tutor

Helena McGregor

Helena is a visual artist, specialising in printmaking, and a qualified Secondary Art and Design Practitioner with over 10 years of experience in UK and International Schools, teaching 11-18-year-olds in a range of creative subjects. She also has experience in teaching Primary Art, running art CPD sessions and adult art workshops.

See all Creative Learning courses here.

DATES & TIMES

20th September 2023 – 6th December 2023

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