Are your kids bored while waiting for school to start up again?
Join one of Beijing Color Studio’s late summer courses.
Age range: 8-15 years old (8/9 year old kids must have previous experience). Minimum of 5 kids and max of 10 per class. Light refreshments included.
Course Week 1: Introduction to Realistic Drawing and Image Rendering
August 16-20: Mon-Fri, 9.30am-12.30pm
Taught by Von Eric Ng, a talented artist and art instructor from the Philippines. Taught in English (instructor also speaks Mandarin). Students are guided step-by-step through such foundational concepts and techniques as shapes, lines, tonal value, light and shadow, color mixing, color application, simulating materials, basic perspective, etc. This course presents the basics of drawing and rendering, and provides the necessary foundation for 3-D painting and rendering.
Course Week 2: 3-D Rendering and Painting
August 23-27: Mon-Fri, 9.30am-12.30pm
Taught by Von Eric Ng, a talented artist and art instructor from the Philippines. Taught in English (instructor also speaks Mandarin). Building on the basic principles in the previous course, students learn professional preparation and painting techniques for 3-D objects. Lessons are progressive, allowing students to build on a single painting model through several different lessons. Students are expected to produce a final, fully rendered model or selection of models at the end of the course
Week 1: RMB 1,800 per child, per week (includes materials)
Week 2: RMB 2,200 per child, per week (including materials)
Both weeks: RMB 3,700 per child for two weeks (includes materials), must be booked in advance
*Discounts for siblings also available.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and/or register your child in this exciting late camp program at Beijing Color Studio.
Missed the class?
Young artists who are unable to attend Beijing Color Studio classes can paint at home. Make a day of it: head to the National Art Museum of China in Wangfujing and check out the art stores across the road for good quality materials. With just some paint, a brush and blank canvas, your little ones can express their inner Picasso at home. Just remember to wear old clothes and lay down some newspaper before things get messy.