Create your own mask inspired by Picasso’s cubist portraits! In this hands on activity we’ll be using a variety of materials including paint, oil pastels and cardboard to create our very own Picasso inspired masks! In this activity we’ll learn about Picasso’s cubist period and how he created some of his famous portraits. Using various design and sketching techniques we’ll create a Picasso mask for each child to wear home!
Time and Date:
Friday the 17th of January
10 am - 12 pm
6 - 10 year olds
Bookings can also be made via email.
Please don't hesitate to get in touch if you have any questions!
To view our other workshops and to learn more about Gloworm Studios please visit www.glowormstudios.com
This workshop is taught by illustrators Nat Chipplo and Marianna Marx.
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To view Marianna's work visit www.mariannamarx.com
*Our space is a cozy one so please note that parents are welcome to come in to the studio at the beginning and end of class however we ask that parents/guardians do not stay once the class is in session.
- How to create a Picasso inspired mask by following a series of simple steps!
- Painting, drawing and collage techniques
- Various creative techniques that can be applied to artwork at home or at school
- Healthy snacks throughout the class
- A chance to make new friends this school holidays!
- Your very own giant ice cream to take home!
- All materials and snacks are provided. Please feel free to bring your own drink bottle.
We will provide art smocks however please wear clothes that you don't mind getting a little paint on!
Children of all skill levels
Vendor since 2017
Gloworm Studios is a unique art school located in the heart of Fairfield. Led by professional illustrator Marianna Marx, our programs specialise in painting, drawing and illustration. Gloworm Studios is a warm and nurturing environment where artists both young and young at heart are invited to immerse themselves in their creativity and imagination.
Marianna Marx has taught art alongside her illustration career for the past 10 years. Her experiences include working in the education department at the De Young Museum in San Francisco, an artist residency at Caulfield Grammar School, one on one art tutoring for children and adults, after school art classes, corporate workshops and working alongside artists with intellectual disabilities. Marianna has taken insight from each of these experiences to create an art school of her own where she can share her love for creative expression with others in her local community.