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Does your child love art?

Art Classes for Children aged 7 years and up.

Based at St Clement and St Peter's Church Hall off Barry Road, The Art Club provides classes every Wednesday 4-5pm during term time.

Taught by professional artist and Dulwich Picture Gallery teacher for 17 years Sally Cutler.

We explore different mediums and techniques and discover about artists and how they worked too.

Expect to try different art forms such as printmaking, painting, sculpture, drawing, clay work, collage etc.

Fun and friendly classes for children who love art.

For more details or to book a place please contact Sally on [email protected]


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