KidsArtGreece offers art and art history classes for children between 5 and 12 years old. Children learn how to draw, paint and also pastel, clay, collage and other basic techniques. They learn about famous artists and art movements throughout history and create their own unique art work. KidsArtGreece encourages children to develop their own personal style and express themselves through it. Our goal is to cultivate children's love for art through interactive and fun sessions!
KidsArt! UK offers online art classes in English! Children have the opportunity to practise their English language skills through arts!
Our core aim is to nurture children's love for art. Also, our aim is to use art as a tool that helps kids develop their Greek language skills. KidsArtGreece's vision is to help children develop self-confidence and learn, explore and create, feeling proud of their own art work. Our dream is to transmit our passion for arts to all children.
KidsArtGreece is proudly supported by KidsArt! UK. I know KidsArt! UK as a teacher as well as a mother. Throughout my engagement with KidsArt! UK as a teacher, I was impressed with how learning is achieved while having fun! As a mother I am impressed with the special care and respect that every child enjoys! I am very excited and thankful to have this unique opportunity to offer the same classes in Greek!
Katerina holds a degree from the department of History and Archaeology from the School of Philosophy, National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She holds an MA in History of Art from the University of York, United Kingdom. Her MA thesis was published as "Rubens and Early Modern Dietetics" in the book Rubens and the Human Body, ed. Cordula van Wyhe, 2018, Brepols Publications, p. 269-290. The thesis explores the influence of Dietetics and Medicine on Rubens' "Pythagoras Advocating Vegeterianism" (1618-20). During her Ph.D., Katerina examined Rubens' masterpieces exploring them from an interdisciplinary approach, focusing on the relationship of Art and Medicine during the Early Modern period. Ph.D. thesis titled "The Physicality of Rubens' Human Bodies: Visuality and Medicine in Early Modern Europe", 2015 has been presented in various national and international conferences.
After her Ph.D she worked as a Research Associate at the University of York. Katerina gained valuable experience at KidsArt! UK as an art and art history teacher for children. Katerina also has many years of experience teaching greek as a first, second or foreign language to both children and adults and she has worked at the Hellenic School of High Barnet in London.
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