Art, Maker-Craft and Tech Workshop for Kids
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Art, Maker-craft, and Tech Hub for Kids
Welcome to Witty Ditty's Art and Tech Hub. Through weekly project-based sessions, we'll keep children occupied with fun activities after school, and help them develop their critical thinking, and *STEAM, and computer skills.
Each week in a COVID secure space, they'll do creative projects creating cool stuff, designed on computers and made out of ‘recycled household junk’. Kids will create 3D models that light up, create art that can make sounds, and build fun gadgets that move around, using simple electronics to do activities - combining art, maker-craft, and tech.
Over the coming weeks the kids will explore:
- 3D Design
- 3D pen printing and air drawing
- 3D animation
- 2D animation
- Digital design
- Recycled model making
- Graphic design
All equipment such as computers, 3D pens, 3D printers, and maker-craft materials are included in the price.
Please note: concessions rates are available for siblings and special other circumstances. Just email us to discuss - no problem!
Regular guest practitioners from the 'real design world' will visit us to showcase some amazing future-tech like: Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Scratch coding, and 3D printing! Dates will be in our newsletter so subscribe today.
Day - Classes are every Tuesday
Time - 4.00 pm - 6.00 pm
Venue - Marcus Garvey Library, 1 Philip Lane, London N15 4JA
Cost - £15 weekly drop-in sessions (All equipment included. Pay half a term in advance and get 10% off)
Age - For children aged between 7 - 11 yrs (We're really happy to welcome slightly younger children who have a real passion for art, design, and tech)
Snacks to be provided by parent/guardian (no peanuts please).
All our practitioners and guest practitioners are DBS checked.
NB. We are applying for funding so we can offer some places for FREE. If you can help, contact Bee: firstname.lastname@example.org
COVID 19 SAFETY NOTICE: For now, we're keeping numbers down and only 10 children will be allowed per session. Each will be allocated their own computer space and tech tools so as little sharing as possible takes place each week. Each youngster will wash their hands before they start. After each session tools and computers will be wiped clean.
For online sessions, children must be supervised, and parents must be present in the background. NB. We may sometimes have to change or adjust the workshop dates to match demand and covid rules, but we will always make sure everyone can join in!)
*Science. Technology. Engineering. Art. Maths.