Kids' Art Class: Forest Animals Watercolours

Explore the beauty of watercolour painting, inspired by the collections of the Royal BC Museum. Kids will learn about fundamental sketching techniques, selecting an animal from the Natural History Gallery to draw on paper.  Returning to the studio, we’ll breathe life into these sketches using the delicate medium of watercolours, transforming them into stunning animal portraits. The completed artworks will be displayed outside the Natural History Gallery, showcasing the creativity and skill of the artists.

For kids ages 9-12.

About the instructor:

Passionate about children's creative growth, Tasnova Zerin Haque has taught art in Bangladesh's IB World School and led a painting program for kids in the British Council and ICCA Test Center in Rajshahi, Bangladesh. She is currently pursuing an MA in Art History and Visual Studies at the University of Victoria, and holds an MFA from the Nanjing University of the Arts in China. Her art has been featured in MVIBE (USA), BOOMER (UK), and THE GREAT WALL magazine (CHINA). Tasnova loves nurturing young artistic minds and inspiring kids to become lifelong learners of art.

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Alexandra Weaver
A/Learning Program Developer