In the online watercolour course for children from the age of 8, they are introduced to the various techniques, including wet in wet, textures, transparency. Sign up now!

Online watercolour course for children

WHEN: 16 + 23 + 30 January + 6 February 2021

Whale motif painting

What do we do in the workshop?

The aquarelle class for children begins with an introduction to the materials and the achievable effects. In addition, we will see a specific technique in each class, which we will then apply to a specific topic.
Some of the effects we will be working on are: wet in wet, textures, gradients, transparency, etc. and we will work on animals, plants, landscapes and characters. Also the last class will be aquarelle and collage, where many of our beautiful papers will be recycled!
The classes should familiarize the children with the technology and learn all their possibilities.

How does the online watercolour course work?

  • Before the course, we will send you a list of all the materials you need for the course in good time.
  • You will also receive an online access link.
  • Please create enough space in front of the computer to work creatively.
  • The courses are live conducted by our artists in small groups.
  • Material: The children need a watercolor set + watercolor paper (this is very important!) + brush.

Who does the workshop?

Urban Art Kids Artists Lujan Cordaro

Luján Cordaro has lived in Berlin for five years and is originally from Buenos Aires. There she studied fashion design at the University of Buenos Aires. In addition, Luján attended additional courses on comics & caricature and art history. In recent years, she has focused on illustrating children’s books. She regularly gives art courses for children and adults and writes for the art magazine Samizdat Online.

More about the artist

DATE: 16 + 23 + 30 January + 7 February 2021
TIME: 15:00 – 16:00
NUMBER OF PARTICIPANTS: max. 8 participants
AGE: from 8 years
PRICE: 15 Euro trial date, 50 Euro complete course (4 dates)

In the Kids Club #5 Luján Cordaro already offers us a little taste of the course. Checkt it out!