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Songkran Art Camp for Budding Young Artists
Come join a three day summer holiday camp at Paron School of Art!
Paron School of Art, led by an acclaimed Central Saint Martins scholar, is now offering two different sessions of its “Songkran Art Camp”, on 16-18 April from 10 am – 4 pm for artists ages 11-14, and 20-22 April from 10 am-4 pm for artists ages 7-10, at PARON School of Art’s beautiful, naturally lit studio, situated between Ekamai Soi 11 and 13 on the second floor above the Happiness Café. Each camp’s fee covers lunch and all art materials, and is priced at 4,500 Baht per three day camp session. Reserve the space for your children now as each class has a capacity for only six students.
Led by Paron Mead, and set in a nurturing environment structured for success and with enough freedom for creativity, PARON School of Art’s Songkran Art Camp offers relaxed and fun access to the visual arts. All students will have beautiful works to take home at the end of the camp!
About each Songkran Art Camp
Artists age 7-10 (20-22 April 2015, 10am-4pm. THB 4,500)
Young artists will draw inspiration from the great wildlife, working with natural materials and recycled items to create one’s own paper. Discover artists like Georgia O’Keeffe, Monet and Andy Goldsworthy and make artworks inspired by exotic flowers, insects and seashells.
Artists age 11-14 (16-18 April 2015, 10am-4pm. THB 4,500)
Make art that’s all about YOU. Discover how the works of Picasso, Chuck Close and Kathe Kollwitz can inspire self-portraits. Artists will learn how to take studio quality photographs, and how to develop their drawings through new processes such as monoprint and linoprint.
For more information on Paron School of Art, for this or any of future courses, or to arrange a visit, please contact or write to [email protected], call +66 (0) 89-795-8765 or visit Paron School of Art’s Facebook page at a href=”https://ww.facebook.com/ParonSchoolofArt/”>https://ww.facebook.com/ParonSchoolofArt
“Remember what Jean-Luc Godard said: It’s not where you take things from – it’s where you take them to.”
Paron Mead is a qualified art educator and an Art teacher at Harrow International School, whose students have gone on to receive ‘Best in the world’ and ‘Best in Thailand’ examination achievements in recent Cambridge awards.