Second term starting Wednesday 7th November to 19th December and Saturday class beginning 3rd November finishing 15th December 2012Posted by Carmel Doherty on Tuesday Dec 14, 2010 Under Uncategorized
2013 Class Times
Saturday class 12th January – 23rd February 2013
Morning children’s class 10 am to 12 mid-day, 1 pm to 3pm teenage class 3pm to 5pm Children’s class
Wednesday class 9th January – 20th February
Morning Adult Class 10am to 12 mid-day, 4pm to 6pm Children’s Class, 6:30 to 8:30pm Adult Class
There will be two Art Camps next Easter 2013 – March 25th – 29th, and 4 day camp April 2nd-5th
To register for this classes I can be contacted at: Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
10:00 – 12:00 – Saturday Childrens Class
01:00- 03:00 -Teenage Class
4:00 – 6:00 – Wednesday Childrens Class
To learn more about childrens classes and see examples of work click here
To see some examples of children’s animation films click the following links, to view more go to animation in the side bar.
Cian Moloney’s Dino Animation
Pierce Griffin’s Christmas Celebration’s Animation
Jack Mulqueens “Amy & the Footbridge Animation”
Cian Cusack, “Humpty Dumpty” Animation.
10:00 – 12:00 – Wednedsay Morning Adult Class
7:00 – 9:00 – Wednesday Night Adult Class
To learn more about adult classes and see examples of work click here.
1:00 – 3:00 - Saturday Teenage Class
To learn more about the teenage class and see examples of work click here.
The Importance of Arts In Education
The arts are essential to the overall growth of the individual. An education in the arts challenges people to look at the world in a different way by creating their own work and responding to works of art and the ideas they impart.
In addition to studying the arts for their own sake, experiencing and making works of art benefits students in their intellectual, personal and social development. Research studies point to strong relationships between learning in the arts and fundamental cognitive skills and capacities used to master other core subjects, including reading, writing and mathematics.
Why is Art Education Important
It is proven that early exposure to visual art promotes activity in the brain.
Art helps children understand other subjects more clearly form maths and science to languages and geography.
Art nutures inventiveness as it engages children in a process that aids in the development of self-esteem, self-discipline, cooperation and self-motivation.
Participating in art activities help to gain the tools necessary to understand human experience, adapting to and respecting others’ way of working and thinking, developing creative problem-solving skills and communicating thoughts and ideas in a variety of ways.