Go Sketch Art

GO SKETCH help children boost their confidence and self esteem through the medium of art. Our fun and varied workshops and birthday parties for children offer them the chance to develop their drawing, painting and sculpture skills in an encouraging, non-judgemental environment.  You can find out all about our activities in the 'what we offer'  area of the menu.

With only 4% of the school year dedicated to art, we provide budding artists with valuable time to explore the work of different artists and to try different artistic techniques.  A parent recently said thank you for giving her son confidence that he can ‘do art’ and another said she was particularly impressed by the way we ‘recognise and promote the children’s individuality’. If a child leaves one of our workshops or birthday parties more confident in their artistic ability, and understanding that making art can be really enjoyable, then our job is done!.

We now also offer art workshops and courses for adults who want to gain confidence with art, who would like to try new techniques and ideas, or who simply want to relax and enjoy doing something different.  These are currently running in Hamilton House in Stokes Croft,  please come along and join us, there is no obligation to attend an entire course as each session is quite unique and focuses 

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10:00 am WAKING UP THE IMAGINATION for ad... @ Hamilton House
WAKING UP THE IMAGINATION for ad... @ Hamilton House
Jul 10 @ 10:00 am – 1:00 pm
WAKING UP THE IMAGINATION for adults & teens: A mindful art workshop for beginners @ Hamilton House | Bristol | United Kingdom
Taught by local artist and art teacher Emma Burleigh.“Imagination is the deepest voice of the soul and can be heard clearly only through cultivation and careful attention. A relationship with our imagination is a relationship…

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My son had a wonderful time at Art Camp.  I was barely though the door and he has his workbook and box of exhibits for me to see … he proudly exhibited his work and how each piece was made.
Esther Connock
All the children in the group have talked animatedly to their parents about the sessions and eagerly look forward to the next one. We are hoping that Emma will continue the sketch club at school next term
Annabel Hilliar
Exciting and relaxed learning environment. Drawing without being judged.
Claire Gordon

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