My teaching method is similar to a focused exploration class structure. I base my classes on both the basics of visual arts as well as my personal experiences. I approach a lesson with both an organized plan as well as with an open mind and flexibility. I am willing to adapt the lesson based on a student's individual needs.
My classes are designed to encourage imagination, intuition and the development of technical skills. I am passionate about contemporary art and work with students to explore ideas and making strategies that are thoughtful and experimental. I am very happy to work with beginners who are trying painting and/or sculpture for the first time.
My lessons are hands on and I have a flexible teaching style to teach each student differently. I have experience teaching students with Autism and different behavioural needs. I try to connect my lessons to real life experiences to make learning relevant and enjoyable.
I adapt the methodology of the workshops according to the student interests and space facilities. I like to incorporate everyday objects to the art practice as well as find in public spaces inspiration and new strategies for the art making.
My teaching methods are divided between experimentation and technique. I believe it is incredibly important as a creative individual to give yourself the opportunity to make mistakes and messes, that is where majority of the masterpieces are developed.
Our lessons are based on a project of interest that the student wants to develop from beginning to end. The lessons are given in a relaxed atmosphere where we are all working at the same time and sharing ideas. Problem-solving and flexibility are fundamental in completing a successful project.
I have studied a Bachelor of Visual Arts and a Post Grade in Art Therapy. My classes are meant for all ages and for individuals with or without disabilities. I teach a varied of subjects such as painting, drawing, sculpure and I enjoy working with recycle materials.
Always preferring a one-on-one approach to teaching, I manage my course material by using art activities to get to know the skills and interests of my students.
My classes are for those who want to learn arts or crafts other than just painting on canvas. Beginners, or just curious about the medium, tools or products, try before you buy. Groups with a special event or just to gather for a meet up.
Usualy i split in two groups students who paint from thoses who draw because the lessons and the requirements are not the same. I strongly suggess to thoses who wants to paint to take a least 6 months of drawing before, but it's not an obligation. We take 10 weeks maximum to execute a painting in a two hour session each week. But some students are faster.
I start with basics or line , shading and colors . move to mediums and media that can be used and so on.use of graphite pencils ,charcoal, acrylic paints and oil pastels , water colors and much more . Supplys for each lesson can be provided at extra cost . turn lesson into diy crafts for age level.
I am a step by step teacher, so beginners are welcome. Each lesson is planned with adequate time and demos will be done to show final results. I mostly believe that art is fun and experiential.
I will give demonstrations of specific techniques and guide artists to new experiments using materials to develop their personal creative expression. Principles of colour theory, perspective, value and composition will be introduced. Working from still life, as well as adventuring into imaginary territory and abstraction can become the focus of lessons based on the desires of participants.
We would let creativity express itself after a short debrief of the student interests! I would support and lead the student trough is imagination to the sheet of paper. I grew up in an artists family. We all began drawing very soon... My techniques improved along years and became very efficient in my architecture studies. I got a master degree in architecture almost two years ago.
A typical art class is two hours long, it starts with a 15 min lecture, in class practice, homework and a final project at the end of the chapter. I teach any level, from grade 5 to university level, and adults workshops on specific media.
I like to show people how i like to do something and then I watch them doing it, I tell them how they are doing things right rather than wrong to make them more prideful in the outcome of their work. I feel it is the best way to teach and learn something new.
My teaching methods are simple.
What is my Methodology? I think I kind of explained this in my first paragraph but to outline it again. I want to make art enjoyable to everyone. I am a visual learner myself; so I try to use a lot of images or examples to explain how to do something.
I like to open the floor to students to show me what they like first and i explore the themes, challenge them materially and with new ideas .
I base my art on sensuality and tactile approach, with a strong knowledge of human body anatomy. Both kids and adults can reconnect with their first love hobby without any fear of results. Classes are meant for beginner artists, adults who want a better performance in sculpting, kids ready to discover the power to create they have in their hands.
As a teacher, I approach my lessons with a student-centered method. I focus on how individual students learn and apply what will best suit their needs. I will go above and beyond to help a student reach their full potential.
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I believe in fitting the lesson to the student’s needs based on their learning style and interests.
My approach to teaching is very simple, hands and works on a step by step basis. My lessons are fun and differ from the super technical lessons with "fancy shmancy" tools and techniques. The steps towards a beautiful, miniature, french macaron (among so much more) are this way! Since I have stopped teaching, I have begun building a following on Instagram where I share my creations.
I love teaching and learning, life is fuller when you are doing both, that being said I listen to my students and structure every class differently for each person or group. People have a variety of ways that they can learn, it is important that a teacher recognizes this and can help facilitate learning on every level.
We work from a total understanding of the subjects ... How they are, work and how to do it. You will know why as well as how to.
first, we find your internal passion an interest setting the times for classes is to you and your mates we will work on different material and different methods we will practice with the professional methods and will organizing gatherings in and outdoor you will organize your solo or group exhibition in the first six months.
I teach hands on art workshops and classes in a cooperative learning atmosphere. The history of art, specialized techniques and process, as well as superior critical analysis are all crucial to the art learning experience.
A typical class would be described as kids trying out new things that really stretch their minds and they open up to creativity this was a way I taught myself arts as I was growing up and I want to teach to the next generation
My teaching methodology is all about getting one's hands dirty! This means we shall be spending a ton of time actually working with whatever mediums it is that we are working with, so always be prepared to live by the adage of "only a REAL artist gets their hands dirty!"
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