Art Camp Bezalel and Painting Classes for Kids

Are you looking for a place where your kids can take painting classes? You may want to consider Art Camp Bezalel, located at 59 Dona Hemady St., New Manila Quezon City. You may also contact them at 722-1434 or at 414-2044 for further inquiries. Classes are also offered at Bonifacio High Street at Bonifacio Global City.

Each round of classes is composed of eight sessions each, with each session being one and a half hour long. Classes are offered all year round, but I suppose, the classes are fuller during summer when children have more time to take on other activities outside of their regular schoolwork.

Art Camp Bezalel offers three types of classes: basic painting, advanced painting (with and without texture) and sketching. All children who would like to start with painting will need to do basic painting first where the kids will be painting on different surfaces/materials before they can paint on canvas. These include painting on stones, tiles, bags, among others. Advanced painting will have your children finally painting on canvas and I am sure you will be delighted and pleasantly surprised with the works of art that your children will produce at the end of the sessions!

For the summer classes, summer usually ends with an art exhibit where the children's works will be showcased. Each painting will be displayed with the child's name and the child's age at the time that the painting was made.

So next summer or even throughout the schoolyear, consider sending your kids to painting or art classes. They are sure to have lots of fun and they will develop their motor skills and artistic sense too!

[By Angelica Viloria | Saturday, August 20, 2011]


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