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Good Photography Skills to Learn With a Tutor

September 15th, 2020 by Cassie Steele

Every year, more than A TRILLION PHOTOS ARE TAKEN worldwide. We document everything from the meals that we eat for dinner to the holidays we take with family. 85% of these photos taken are on a smartphone. There is more to LEARN ABOUT SUCCESSFUL PHOTOGRAPHY though than simply pointing and clicking. There is a real art, not just to good composition, but also in learning analogue photography skills, such as being able to develop the photos that you take and transform them into amazing pri... Read More »

How Art Classes Can Be Successfully Taught OnlineĀ 

April 27th, 2020 by Sarah Adams

WITH NEARLY 30,000 CONFIRMED CASES in the UK in total, the coronavirus pandemic is rapidly unfolding across the country. As a result, schools are closing and the majority of classes are now being taught online. While this may be a relatively smooth transition for certain subjects, you may be wondering how art tutors can teach such a practical and hands-on subject online. It's important art tutors take the correct steps to HELP THEIR STUDENTS THRIVE, even from afar.

Becoming an online art tutor

THERE'S A MULTITUDE OF WAYS TO TEACH art online... Read More »

It is Never Too Late to Become an Artist

August 27th, 2019 by Cassie Steele

It is Never Too Late to Become an Artist

If you have always wanted to hone artistic techniques like perspective, light, and colour, then know that it is never too late to start. Whether you are aged 19 or 90, art can enhance your health and wellbeing in so many ways, with an AMERICAN ACADEMY OF NEUROLOGY STUDY showing that people who PARTICIPATE IN ARTS AND CRAFTS ACTIVITIES can help stave off cognitive and memory problems. Scientists note that "engaging the mind may protect neurons, or the building blocks of the brain, from dying, stimulate growth of new neurons, or may help recruit new neurons to maintain cognitive activities in old age." It is fascinating to think that art can enhance human health in this way, but of... Read More »

7 ways to encourage creativity in your children

August 24th, 2016 by Anna Michaelidou

Many of us tend to think that a child is naturally creative but creativity is a skill that all children can learn if shown the right way. From a very young age children have the opportunity to develop the skills they need and creativity is a major part of everything we do in life. Exposing children to art in early life will encourage many skills such as logical-thinking, imagination building, exploration and building their self-confidence.

Here are 7 ways to encourage creativity in your child and see them develop those all-important skills that they will need throughout their lives.

1. Take away technology

Technology does not inspire children to use their imaginations or develop their creativity. Instead of watching a television programme, playin... Read More »

Elocution lessons can benefit your child

April 6th, 2016 by Anna Michaelidou

How many times has your child said something with such bad use of the English Language it has made you want to scream? There is actually something rather appealing about listening to a child speak eloquently and with a fine tune to their voice.

More and more parents are seeking elocution lessons for their children for a number of different reasons. These reasons could be anything from:

wanting your child to speak eloquently avoid them picking up an accent from somebody that is with them a lot of the time to help them get rid of some of the slang they have picked up to secure a place in... Read More »

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