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Trusted teacher: Hello! I'm Zhané, I specialise in teaching english and Art at all levels from primary to Secondary. I have a BA (hons) in Fine Art from University of The Arts London (camberwell) and can offer you exciting classes in both painting and drawing. Any subject which requires writing I would be glad to assist with. I can travel to all areas of London from travel card zone 1-3. I have helped students with their dissertations and essays involving topics such as film studies, politic s and health and social care. Please if a subject is not listed, that you would like help with please feel free to still message me and I can see if I can help! When you message me please can you write your area/location.
Hi i'm Tabitha! Having just graduated with a first in 'Technical Theatre Arts, Design Realisation' from the Guildhall School of Music and Drama in London, I specialised in scenic art and painting which has taken me to work with alongside ITV and transfer my creative skills to the Sydney Opera House where I worked in the scenic art department. Alongside this I was able to achieve a high A* in Art at GCSE level and A grade in Design Technology at A-level. I have a great experience working as a scenic art coordinator and with painting day in day out. I am keen to teach others, who like me, have the brightest passion for painting, creating, drawing or whatever it maybe! I will be able to help you with fine art, painting in acrylics and oils, pencil drawing, scaling up, finishes and lots more. I hope I would be able to assist you in the correct path towards become a fine artist and help realise your ambition and talent. I am a true believer that everyone is good at art, it just takes more time and practise for some! All the best :)
Painting · Arts and crafts · Art
HELPS WITH CREATIVITY The more you fill the pages of your sketchbook and flex your creativity muscles, the easier your ideas and imagination will flow. Sketchbooks are great because you're not confined to just drawing. You can use it as a place to explore different mediums, study different techniques, create color palettes, design patterns, and keep a collection of visuals that inspire you. Using a variety of mediums in a sketchbook also helps grow creativity. Even though I work on a computer all day, I still very much enjoy taking a step back from that to draw or paint, even if it's just a quick doodle. You may find that what you use as inspiration for your sketchbook and the mediums you use cross over into other work. For example, I love hand-lettering, and there are times that skill comes in handy for an editorial feature. What you explore in your sketchbook can open up new doors; it can help push you outside of the norm, where you explore new ideas and maybe even help you define your personal style. KEEPS YOUR SKILLS SHARP Keeping up a sketchbook is a great way to keep my drawing skills sharp. Maintaining that skill is important since sketching out ideas is a major part of my design process. When I get stuck on something, a pencil and a sheet of paper are the first things I reach for because it helps me unload a lot of what’s inside my brain and turn it into visuals. I can then see what ideas are working and what ideas aren't. Sketching is an important aspect of being a graphic designer, and I can see it being a very useful skill in other creative fields as well. By being a creative who practices and keeps your drawing skills sharp, you can quickly and easily sketch ideas that pop into your head and then save that sketch to refer back to when you need it. It’s also comes in handy when you’re trying to communicate ideas to others. Oftentimes I’ll be discussing artwork for an upcoming magazine issue with an editor and sketching layouts frequently comes into play. The ability to sketch has continually proven to be an important and versatile tool for me.
Arts and crafts · Art · Drawing & sketching
Experienced art and sport teacher for all ages. I can tailor the lessons to your needs. Sport and art is weaved throughout my personal and professional life and would love to share my passion with you. Played professional football for several years and continue to play at a high level as well coaching Wandsworth FC U10's.
Physical education · Sport coaching · Art
Trusted teacher: I am a professional artist who has exhibited at the National Portrait Gallery in London, at the Royal Academy, more recently at the Salisbury Museum, and internationally. I offer lessons in Painting, Drawing and Art History. I have a big interest in materials and techniques, I have use embroidery in a series of works that I have realised recently for a solo show in Rome. I gain a MA at the Chelsea College of Arts in London and therefore I can help you prepare your portfolio for university applications or teach you how to paint a portrait or a still life. If you are interested in gaining more knowledge of art History I can also help. For the last 9 years, I have been an assistant to British Painter Jonathan Yeo, working with him toward big national shows such as a show at the National Portrait Gallery, or international such as the one in Friederiksborg Castle in Denmark in 2016.
Painting · Art history · Art
Fine Art can be a confusing, and often inaccessible subject. However, creating and engaging with art can also be empowering once you have the understanding of contemporary art practises. It is my intention to engage both children and adults in creative play, and discussion, to create exciting lessons. Lessons will often be tailored towards the individual's interests, linking them to relevant artists and artistic practises. A wide range of materials and processes will be explored in the lessons, including painting, drawing, sculpture and digital art, allowing students to find their strengths. As a Fine Art and History of Art graduate it truly is my passion to ignite, distill, and grow a person's interests in Art, Design and Art History. I have experience in creating and teaching lessons for students of all ages, from 4 years of age up to adults. I also have experience tutoring GCSE and A-level students in the trickier aspects of a Fine Art qualification, where jumping through the hoops and tick the boxes that the exam boards require can often take the joy out of creating. My aim is to help students get the grade that truly reflects their engagement and enthusiasm for art, guiding them through the certain requirements that can often feel confusing or frustrating. Whatever level of understanding and ability the student may have, these lessons will be challenging, creative and rewarding.
Arts and crafts · Art · Art history
This class will prepare students for practical and written examinations related to the field of Drama and Theatre Arts (this may include but is not limited to; GCSE Drama, A-Level Drama, GCSE English language or Literature, BTEC courses, Degree level courses related to theatre and performance). After an initial session to discuss the curriculum content and the outcomes the student hopes to achieve for their particular exam or performance, each session will be tailored to the individual students needs. In the past five years I have obtained my Degree and Master's Degree in the field of contemporary theatre practices as well as working with a small company to produce and tour innovative new performances. I have an extensive skills-base spanning contemporary devised theatre, classical texts, producing, academic writing and much more. I aim to make these classes fun and informative; allowing students to reach their potential academically whilst aiding them in becoming forward-thinking creative individuals. Don't hesitate to contact me with any enquiries.
Creative writing · Art · Essay writing
My Class focuses on expanding your understanding of what Art is Practically and theoretically. I will work around your specific interests and skills and assist you to explore your own personal practice. This may especially be helpful for Students hoping to apply to the top Modern Art Universities. Universities are looking for future thinking artists wanting to explore new Mediums and Ideas. This is the most important thing that schools often fail to teach. Workshops and Activities will enable you to understand the motivation behind your work, identify themes of interest and allow your creative mindset to blossom. Problem-solving, critical thinking, and learning how to overcome creative blocks will all be assisted with. I can help you with particular projects or generally, increase your creative capabilities. Observational drawing is a key skill for its use to improve 'Seeing' as opposed to looking as well as communicating Ideas. Beyond that, I encourage my student to go beyond painting to mixed media - sculpture - installation - film and photography. All different forms of expression often forgotten about in other art classes. One to one tuition gives pupils the freedom to truly explore. I will introduce you to theoretical ideas and concepts to help you explore why do you create art? To push you into new directions, and utilise your full potential.
Art history · Art
My sessions would include; Set Design – How to read and analyze a script/story, what to look out for, and how to breakdown each scene. Creating visual research and mood boards and how to make clear initial sketches in whatever preferred medium, (pen, water colour Photoshop etc) An introduction to modelmaking, making basic furniture, and miniature rooms. Costume Design – Looking at costume history, how clothes have changed through the ages, and what shapes and silhouettes fit what eras. Costume drawings, looking at how to draw a clear design that could be understood by the whole creative team, as well as working with mixed media in costume design, ie. collage, photo shop. A look at costume making and sourcing, how I work as a designer when I am doing my own costumes, how I source, make or alter different items. Puppetry – An introduction to puppetry, the history and basic different types, marionette, bunraku etc. How to make your own bunraku puppet, all you would need is cardboard and gaffa tape. How to make shadow puppets out of card and straws, and how to rig a sheet and light so we can perform them.
Tutoring · Arts and crafts · Art
I run classes in all aspects of art - painting, drawing, ceramics, sculpture and more. My experience has allowed me to develop classes for: - Children wanting to develop creativity and artistic play - Teenagers needing help with GCSE art and portfolio development - Adults wanting to learn new, or develop existing, artistic skills I am happy to tailor classes to each student's abilities, interests and needs. With a Masters in Fine Art from the Slade School of Art, I have been practicing as an artist alongside teaching to all ages for a number of years.
Drawing & sketching · Painting · Art
I offer help in GCSE, A-level, and applications for Art Foundation and BA Fine Art courses. Having been through it all myself, I base my teaching on my own experience of art education, and am passionate in spreading what I have learnt from it with a friendly and patient approach. Preparation for art school application (Art Foundation and BA Fine Art courses): - specific knowledge and experience of various art & design courses and universities in the UK - tailored advice on choosing the best course for the particular student - portfolio preparation (content selection, format, and presentation) - interview preparation (eg. gaining confidence in talking about your work - a critical and high-value skill for the course and general life) - personal statement advice (art school statements vary greatly to the usual UCAS one that you may have been talked through in sixth form) GCSE & A-Level lessons: - sketchbook development, from inspiration to evaluation - guidance for writing critically about your research and work using technical terms - presenting your project cohesively - help with the personal study (essay) element in A-level I can also help develop your practical art skills. I have experience in: - painting (oil, acrylic) and drawing (charcoal, graphite) - printmaking (monoprinting, lino, screen printing, etching) - portraiture - life drawing - Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Premiere Pro, Lightroom - sculpture and installation (plaster casting, assemblage, metalwork, woodwork, ceramics) - collage and mixed media - bookbinding - filmmaking - digital and film photography Every student's style and interests in art are so varied (which is what makes art so wonderful!) and so initially I will get to know the student and their work, to tailor my lessons to their specific requirements.
Studio art · Arts and crafts · Art
Professional Makeup Artist is crafted to introduce you to the advantageous ways of becoming a professional and successful makeup artist. This course will provide you with a rich and personalized learning experience that will help you earn excellence in this industry. Grab a firm understanding of the foundation of great makeup look and the complex techniques of makeup artistry. This course will give you a detailed tour of the topics like understanding the face shapes, skin tones, facial features, contouring makeup, choosing eye makeup shades, picking colours, different types of products & tools, and information on skin care routines etc.
I can provide theoretical and practical teaching in art, specialising in water based media such as watercolour and gouache. I can cover the complete basics of elements such as colour, proportions and technical accuracy or give critique and help those who have started but feel stuck and need to improve. This class is for those completing art qualifications at GSCE or A-level or hobbyists alike! I cater to all ages and abilities and I will be able to provide some materials to begin with.
I am a Royal Academy fine art graduate and have taught for many years, teaching all ages and abilities. These classes are for everyone, whether its for pre-school children experimenting making masks, puppets or paintings, student's needing support with their portfolios and sketch books or those who are complete beginners and want to learn a new skill. These lessons will be adapted to support each students particular need. My goal is to help individuals to get the most out of these lessons, supporting them to gain confidence with creating artworks and gaining skills using different painting and drawing mediums and lastly (but most importantly) to have fun!
Studio art · Arts and crafts · Art
The Class Is designated for those who want to learn the basics of how to structure specific imagery. With lessons that focus on drawing the anatomy of specific creatures and humans. The basic principles which help structure these. The class will then go on to look at how we form cityscapes and landscapes and finally how we can merge all of these together to create a lively scene. This will hopefully help students to spark there imagination and use the skills to create there own diverse scenes and environments.
Drawing & sketching · Art
Calligraphy is an interesting thing to explore. You can know about Chinese culture and create a master piece by yourself. Calligraphy can cultivate one's patience, willpower and make one's mind more peaceful and pure，To improve their aesthetic level and painting ability.
Being an event organizer is one of the most exciting jobs in the world. So many industries from Arts to Music, History, Environment, Non Profit ,require events organized everyday. It is one of the most rewarding jobs as you will get to travel, meet many new and interesting people, expand your knowledge about subjects, challenge yourself with new scenarios, belong to a great team. But being an event organizer is not a simple task. You will need to develop a system thinking and being able to see the bigger picture. You will need ro know how to face stress, deal with last minute changes, deal with complaints, deal with issues,deal emergencies, organize a whole team, support your team, coordinate artists or any other stakeholders. You will have to develop a creative problem solving skill and maintain calm at all times. I have a great passion for Events Management and the number one requirement you need is going to be being able to read people and read the situation. I will teach you both the soft skills and all the technical skills required to organize any type of event from small to big. I am going to also leave you with tips on how to prepare your mind and body to this type of work.
Art · Event planning