With each class being reserved for small groups of not more than 13 students your child will benefit from the personalized artistic tuition and creative development that our course experience aims to deliver.
Why study Art?
Drawing and art develop core creative competencies that can transfer to any thing your child aspires to do. Such Skills include:
- Motor Skills Many of the motions and movements involved in making Art, Crafts are essential to the development of motor skills in young children.
- Visual Learning Painting, sculpting with clay, observing patterns all develop visual-spatial skills which help children how to interpret, criticize, and use visual information at their needs.
- Creativity “Creativity is the Highest Form of intelligence” because it goes beyond knowledge recall and extends into knowledge creation & innovation.
- Concentration Focusing on one task and object at a time while challenging their creative and observational skills helps children develop their cognitive and focus skills, which skills are Necessities!
- Self-Expression & Confidence during the Course children will also be encouraged to exhibit and present their works of art.
What will your Children Learn from this course?
✓ Learn the Foundations of Drawing using Pencils, Charcoals & Oil Chalk Pastels.
✓ Acquire Drawing & Painting techniques using a multitude of different mediums.
✓ Apply concepts of Linear perspective, Human proportions and Portraiture in landscape paintings and figure drawings;
✓ Develop good visual motor skills and concentration skills which are essential for Artistic development;
✓ while also acquiring, Divergent and Creative thinking skills during Crafts and Pottery sessions!
Meet the Tutor
Kelsey May Connor | B.A. (Hons) Fine Arts
Despite her young age of 24 Kelsey, has been able to create a long portfolio of versatile works, commissions and projects ranging from classical realism to surrealism and even abstract and more conceptual artworks. Her vast portfolio perfectly reflects her enthusiastic, curious and non-conventional approach to art-making.
Kelsey has been most recently renowned for her quirky and engaging drawings for Kelma Kuljum – a local initiative which explains language through hand drawn sketches.
She has also been involved in many commercial stop motion animation productions including the music video by The Travelers Xemx u Xita ,which to Kelsey’s name reflects the great draftsmanship and strong storytelling skills. In 2017, she has also been responsible for the design of the Enemalta anniversary monument in Marsa.
All materials will be provided in class.
To apply for the upcoming course you may register via the link below:
Kindly only register if undertaking this course. Space is Limited and classes Fill up Fast.
What our students have to say
“Its a very interesting seminar, and the way it was explained the Golden Ratio it looks very simple and very important.”After attending the Golden Ratio course with Stefan PriehybaCharles Zammit
“Amazing seminar and workshop on the Golden Ratio with Stefan Priehyba. Well done to the team for your professionalism. It was highly enlightening and i thoroughly enjoyed it. Looking forward to more.”Sonia BorgAfter attending the Golden Proportions
“Thank you AKartistry for the professional organisation. The topic was inspiring and truly interesting, we had a pleasant time.”Gabriella MalliaAfter attending the Golden Proportions
“Very Well Done. Top is the best word i can find. Something special.”Aaron LuAfter attending the Golden Proportions
“For those art lovers out there, Art Classes provides the right environment where you can indulge in learning about real art. If you’re hooked on classical and fine art, this is the place to be.”Paul FarrugiaAfter attending the Classical Realism Introductory course and the Life Portrait Painting specialization course
“It was an amazing workshop! looking forward to the next 🙂”Sephora BaldacchinoAfter attending the Golden Proportions
“Thank you 😊 Great opportunity. Loved every moment. 💚Ready for more😊😊 hope to work with you all very soon. Xxx”Stephanie CalascioneAfter attending the Golden Proportions
“Thanks a lot, I'm very grateful for attending your workshps Štefan Priehyba Camilleri, was a great experience and very interesting. You really have a good way of explaining and delivering such knowledge. And also a big thanks to Kelsey and Andrei of Art Classes Malta too for making it happen. 🙂”Raisa BusuttilAfter attending the Golden Proportions course
“Wish the sessions aren't over. These intense 7 days in self-portraiture with Karl Froman were worth every penny and more!! Thanks Karl. I've learnt so much. Looking forward to the next 🙂”Elisabeth BrincatAfter attending the Classical Realism specialization course in Self Portrait Painting
“Art Classes Malta is a very good and professional school in Malta. I loved the courses of Painting and Classical Realism. The tutors were amazing and the level and depth of these courses is unparalleled locally. I have enrolled for another course in Interior Design.. looking forward for this new experience as well!”Eman BusuttilAfter attending the Beginner Art programme and Classical Realism course
“I am truly enjoying coming to the course , I adore your work ! 😍Thank you for the experience you share with us!. Many thanks 😘”Gina Laura SalibaAfter attending the Watercolour beginner's course
“My daughter really loves attending her lessons with ms Kelsey. I also attended 2 adult courses one with Kelsey and with Stefan.Great tutors I am very happy and thankful for offering us with such great courses!”Carmen AgiusAfter attending the Beginner Art programme
“Great tutors, would recommend to anyone that wants to develop their drawing and painting skills or just spend some time doing what they enjoy.”Alison RogersAfter attending the Classical Realism and Big Scale Anatomy courses
“Loved every second going to these lessons. Its hard to find such intelligent and skilled teachers here in Malta! Please keep organizing more courses for us adults.”Raymond BorgAfter attending the Beginner Art programme and Big Scale Anatomy course