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Saturday Art Club

Saturday Art Club

 

The Saturday Art Club is FREE for 13–16 year olds. It aims to nurture young people's talents by developing their skills and increasing their confidence with creative arts.

Young people will learn from artists with a wide variety of backgrounds in a nurturing and non-pressured environment.

 
Register to join

Unfortunately registration has now closed for this class. You will be able to register your interest next year. 

Our first session starts Saturday 20 October 2018 (10am -1pm).

General queries can be directed to us via: artclub.ad@coventry.ac.uk

 

Club members get to take part in a range of activities using specialist industry equipment and facilities within the Faculty of Arts and Humanities. Last year, our Club Members had the opportunity to experience:

As part of the National Saturday Club programme, the Club takes part in three 3 national events. Members will create a pop-up self-portrait exhibition and visit one the London's leading museums or galleries. They'll also have the opportunity to take part in a Masterclass with an industry professional. Finally, Club Members from around the country exhibit their work at Somerset House, London.


  • Caricature art
  • Digital painting
  • 2D drawing
  • Sculpture
  • Storyboarding
  • Character design
  • Armature-building
  • Set building
  • Location-based and abstract photography
  • Digital and traditional photography processes, and darkroom practice

Saturday Art Club first term

As part of the National Saturday Club programme, the Club takes part in three 3 national events. Members will create a pop-up self-portrait exhibition and visit one the London's leading museums or galleries. They'll also have the opportunity to take part in a Masterclass with an industry professional. Finally, Club Members from around the country exhibit their work at Somerset House, London.

30%

On average 30% of National Saturday Art club members’ progress on to diploma, foundation or undergraduate courses, highlighting the progressive impact the club has on its members.

 

As well as more than 100 hours of specialist tuition, club members also benefit from visits to museums and galleries alongside master-classes from leading art and design practitioners. The highlight of the year is the summer exhibition of their work in London's Somerset House.

Saturday Art Club

Saturday Art Club example work