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Explore patterns which occur in nature and closely examine a range of natural objects under magnification. Organise animal, vegetable and mineral material. Learn how to draw plants and fossils in a various ways and record your work utilising an array of techniques that will enhance the way you view the world, unlocking the artistic potential within you. Make an environmental sculpture and look beneath the surface of objects, to imagine the process of life within and around it. Sketchbooks included.

Stephanie Hartick is the masterclass leader. Stephanie Hartick is a Chartered member of the Landscape Institute and has led and supervised many projects concerning environmental planning and the creation of new landscapes in New Zealand, Central America, Germany and the UK. Stephanie has over 6 years experience in gifted education and in creating workshops dedicated to developing lateral thinking about the environment. She believes that by making education fun and stretching thinking across conventional borders a child’s thinking can be improved in all areas. Stephanie is also a passionate and often messy artist so wear your old clothes to her workshops!

This is for children in years 1,2,3.