1 to 1 / Small Group Tuition
Wandering Arts offers art tuition for small groups and individuals. These sessions can be to develop technical skills, focus on a particular topic-based theme, or work on a bespoke art project.
- Workshops and 1:1 tuition are provided to expand and deepen knowledge and understanding of art.
- We will guide you in producing or expanding your portfolio to demonstrate your individual creativity, inspirations and artistic capabilities.
- We support students working on research, reports, and dissertations relating to the arts. We also provide advice on final major projects.
- Tuition can be informal or follow a set structure. A structured project can be useful for those who are preparing for an exam or college course, and to develop a portfolio for interview.
Classes and Presentations
We will come to your community and deliver classes and/or presentations giving insight into artworks from pre-history through to the present. We also specialise in the work of artists and their culture noting the impact and influence of their environment.
We will explore relationships between research, art practice, and how work is presented. This can be delivered towards a project or shared in a presentation.
Wandering Arts will work with your community in a variety of ways to meet its needs. These could be activities to drive the local economy forward or provide opportunities to shape stronger cultural provisions.
Projects could be linked with the themes proposed in the Heritage Lottery Fund*:
- Cultures and memories: help to explore, save and celebrate the traditions, customs, skills and knowledge of different communities.
- Areas, buildings and monuments: to bolster local pride, nurture traditional craft skills and help communities enjoy and make use of the places they care about.
- Community Heritage: celebrating community heritage can help bring people together, feel pride in where they live and save stories and traditions.
- Industrial, maritime and transport: celebrating the innovative buildings, transport and technology that helped to shape the modern world.
- Landscapes, parks and nature: nature is our oldest form of heritage. Looking after nature and helping people to understand its importance has never been more important.
- Museums, libraries and archives: museums, libraries and archives tell the stories of our cultural heritage. Through the objects, collections, film, documents and oral histories they hold they help to give us a sense of place and identity.
All tutors with Wandering Arts specialise in an aspect of creativity and culture, offering excellent skills, knowledge and understanding of their subject.