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Children drawing
Kids experimenting with charcoal
Proud boy holding his artwork.
Plastercine models

Artlings is a weekly art workshop designed to introduce children to big art ideas in fun experimental ways!


We have a play based approach to learning with a focus on art making processes. Through the exploration of different methods and materials we navigate a range of themes, and grow our art making vocabulary and capabilities. We have designed a loose curriculum for each term and explore each topic via a range of different perspectives. 


Suitable for Yr1 – Yr6 children.

We will experiment and play with a range of mediums for example; drawing, painting, collage, sculpture, and printmaking. Drawing and mark-making is key, while our main focus is on process based art-making. This means that we encourage the following;  discovering, thinking, making new connections, noticing details, zooming-out, problem solving all the while being inventive and courageous! The weekly are workshops are a great way for children to grow their own creative expression whilst developing their sense of self.

About us

The classes are run by Trasi and Elaine, who have children at Brunel Field Primary School. They are insured, DBS checked and members of the Out of School Alliance. 

Trasi is a South African artist based in Bristol who graduated with an MFA from Goldsmiths, University of London in 2014. She loves working with children and engaging their incredible imaginations and has over a decade of art teaching experience. Trasi has a special interest in generative art processes in relation to play based learning. 

Elaine studied Design at Goldsmiths, University of London and went onto establish a career as a Furniture / Homewares Buyer and Product Developer working direct with artisans and factories for a range of retailers including, House of Fraser, and John Lewis. 

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