We have been offering art birthday parties for kids and teens for many years now and we love it! In this current climate we were unsure how we could possibly move our art birthday parties for kids online.… Continue Reading “Art Parties Online Now Available”
Hi fellow artists and homeschooling parents!
Many parents are having to homeschool their children at the moment which means trying to cover all subjects while often trying to work from home themselves. For many this is simply not possible. Many will try to cover at least some numeracy and literacy but will struggle with the creative arts.… Continue Reading “New Online Art Lessons Now Available”
So it has finally happened… Go Sketch Club is officially on youtube! We will be posting a fun drawing challenge every Friday in a series called ‘Fun Sketch Friday’.
To view our first video please click this link and subscribe to our channel (also click the bell – see image below) so you get notifications whenever we post a video.… Continue Reading “Go Sketch Club are now on youtube!”
During this Covid-19 pandemic we wanted to make our paid online art courses accessible for all so that you can get creative at home during this difficult time.
We know many parents are having to think of activities for their children and many teachers are needing to teach art remotely online.… Continue Reading “Covid-19 news with free and 50% off all online art courses”
Some of you may have heard of Inktober. Inktober is a drawing challenge that thousands of artists all over the word take part in.
Artist Jake Parker started the challenge in 2009 to help improve his drawing.… Continue Reading “Join our free mini Inktober drawing challenge!”
Does planning a children’s birthday party give you sleepless nights? Are you dreaming of 30 children running riot while you try to run a party game?
Well help is at hand! Just follow these steps to organise a stress free, dare I say almost relaxing, party for your child!
We have all been there. Your child comes home with excited to show you their latest drawing or has a creative session at the weekend resulting in 20 paintings and you are running out of space! You really want to value your child’s artwork but at the same time would like to open your fridge without the entire Tate gallery landing on top of you.
Is it just me or are unicorns everywhere?!
Whether you are about to grab a cuppa, use some selotape, turn on a tap or head to starbucks for a coffee you cannot help noticing a growing unicorn obsession.
Why do people love unicorns so much?