Bluebeany Art Club #10 Power – live on Facebook

The 10th installment of the Bluebeany Art Club. Things continue to change with the lockdown but a lot of people who are still on 100 percent lockdown so lets keep going… same again, just for fun.. no pressure.

The theme this week is Power as in Systems of Power and Oppression.. Think Dada and the artists who reacted to the events happening around them… The time we are living in may bring some interesting ideas for artwork.

You can use anything, do anything, paint, draw, collage, photograph, dance, sing, write… post what you make on here and I will draw a name from a hat for a special prize.

You can find out more on the Facebook event page.

Date: Sunday 31st May
Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Paul Gauguin for Kids 10-13 – Online Art Webinar – live on Zoom

Art Enthusiasts is an independent group of art professionals in London, who organise tours and workshops for adults and children aged 6+.

Kids will listen to an interesting story about Paul Gauguin, watch the demo how to paint like the artist by our trained artist and after that will get inspired to create their own masterpiece in the style of the artist.

Find out more on the Facebook event page.

Date: Sunday 31st May
Time: 2:00pm to 4:00pm

Van Gogh For kids 6-9 – Online Art Webinar – live on Zoom

Art Enthusiasts is an independent group of art professionals in London, who organise tours and workshops for adults and children aged 6+.

Kids are invited to join this fun and educational webinar about the famous artist Vincent Van Gogh!

Children will listen to an interesting lecture about the artist in focus, watch the demo on how the artist created his works and after will receive a live step-by-step instruction on how to paint like Van Gogh and will create a work in the style of the famous artist.

Find out more on the Facebook event page.

Date: Saturday 30th May
Time: 4:30pm to 6:00pm

Georges Braque For Kids 6-9 – Online Art Webinar – live on Zoom

Art Enthusiasts is an independent group of art professionals in London, who organise tours and workshops for adults and children aged 6+.

Braque was a major 20th-century French painter, collagist, draughtsman, printmaker and sculptor. His most important contributions to the history of art were in his alliance with Fauvism from 1905, and the role he played in the development of Cubism.

This workshop is for fun-loving individuals who want to get creative. We’ll understand better how Braque is studying the shapes within the object and pulling them apart to move them around. Over the course of 1 hour, we’ll be exploring cubists mixed media collage techniques and experimenting with materials to create our version of the famous ‘Violin and pipe’.

Find out more on the Facebook event page.

Date: Saturday 30th May
Time: 10:30am to 12:00pm

Image of the Black in the National Gallery Online Part One – live on Zoom

Black History Walks offer guided Walking Tours London to include the African history of London however during lockdown they will be hosting online events.

A live Zoom webinar introduction to the Image of the Black in the National Gallery.

The National Gallery is one of the world’s greatest collection of European art. Hidden in its collection of over 2,500 works there are many black presences most times hidden.

This Image of the Black in the National Gallery Online Part One is the first in a two one-hour live Zoom webinars introducing that overt, and covert black presence to be found in the Gallery’s collection, from subjects of economic capital to creators of cultural capital; musicians, kings, slaves, servants, saints and artists, sometimes just as people.

Find out more on eventbrite.

Dates:
Sunday 10th May
Sunday 17th May
Sunday 7th June

Time: 11:00am to 12:00pm

Image of the Black in London Galleries Online Introduction – live on Zoom

Black History Walks offer guided Walking Tours London to include the African history of London however during lockdown they will be hosting online events.

The Image of the Black in London Galleries (IBLG) highlights the black presence to be found in the national art collections in London.

This free live webinar is an introduction to the Image of the Black in the London Galleries.

Your chance to sample the black presence in three of the public national art collections London:
The National Gallery
Tate Britain
Wallace Collection

Find out more on eventbrite.

Dates:
Monday 11th May
Monday 18th May
Monday 25th May
Monday 1st June
Monday 8th June
Monday 15th June

Time: 11:00am to 11:30am