Let’s Create Art influenced by Ancient Mesopotamia!

For Art-Loving Parents and Aspiring Young Artists, Ages 8 – 12!

Join Dara Global Arts Gallery for our art workshops for children each Sunday from 2 – 4 pm, February 4 – February 18, 2018. Children will learn about artwork based in ancient civilizations in the Fertile Crescent and Mesopotamia, from Ancient Sumer through the rise of the Persian Empire, and will make their own artistic creations using mixed media and acrylic paint.

Art workshops will be led by established artist, Maysoon Al-Gburi, who will teach children how to use materials such as paper and plastic cut-outs, and methods to paint over these objects to create unique pieces of art. 

Today, we think of these methods as decoupage, but the concept exists in ancient artwork thousands of years ago!

We invite parents and children to join us for this fun, artistic and cultural event. Register for one or all three workshops where Maysoon will present a different art piece for inspiration.

Then, join us on Sunday, February 25, 2018 for the children’s gallery opening where we’ll celebrate their artwork!


EVENT DETAILS

When: 

  • Workshops: Sundays, February 4, February 11, and February 18, 2 – 4 pm; 

  • Children’s Gallery Opening: Sunday, February 25, 2 – 4 pm

Cost: 

  • $100 per Workshop

  • Purchase One Workshop or all Three

  • Cost Includes Class Supplies, Provided at the Beginning of Each Workshop

  • Advanced Registration is Required

  • The Children’s Gallery Opening on February 25 is Free to Attend

Parental Supervision:

  • The child’s parent or a legal guardian must be present during the workshop. This workshop is fun for the whole family as well as educational!

Additional Information:

  • Each workshop will include clean-up time and a snack break.

  • All classroom supplies are safe for skin and non-toxic when used as intended. Parents are responsible for supervising children.

Refund:

Refunds are available per workshop up to 48 hours beforehand. Contact us to request a refund.