4.30-6pm | Monday | @ The Studio | Start Date: 8th May | £100 per term (10 sessions) | Ages 7-12
Young Artist Club: Are you a budding young artist? Could you be the next Michelangelo? Develop skills in painting, sculpture, drawing, printing and crafts in our young artists workshops.
Led by artist Tamryn Wiese
5.30-7pm |Wednesday | @ The Studio | Start Date: 3rd May | £100 per term (10 sessions) | Ages 7-12
The Twits Panto Project: Take part in a pantomime! Join us as we adapt Roald Dahl's The Twits into a pantomime exploring this theatre style through drama, dance/physical theatre and song. Use the concepts of narration, audience participation and song and dance to create a fun, energetic and hilarious version of The Twits.
Led by theatre facilitator, Amie Johnson
4.30-6pm | Thursdays | @ The Studio | Start Date: 4th May | £100 per term (10 sessions) | Ages 7-12
Retro Robots 2.0: Retro Robots returns fully charged up and updated for a new term. Build and customise your own solar-powered robot! This term we will investigate coding, circuit building and engineering principles while we build our robots. Experiment with the digital arts like animation, photography, green screen and music manipulation to create a short film and share your robot with world!
Led by Adam and the Robonauts from Cooper School
4.00-5.30pm | Fridays | @ The Studio | Start Date: 5th May | £100 per term (10 sessions) | Ages 7-12
Join a band with our junior rock school. Bring along your own instrument or play one of ours and learn to play alongside other young musicians. Have fun and gain skills in a creative and friendly environment. No experience necessary.
Led by Bicester’s best young musician, the soon to be world-famous Jack Little!
5.30-7.30pm | Fridays | @ The Studio | Start Date: 12th May | £100 per term (10 sessions) | Ages 12-17
Write and record an album, with our expert session leaders, and develop your performance skills, meet other young rock musicians, form a band, in our sessions for young musicians.
Led by professional musician Rob Gilmore
Science and Arts Season
Explore the link between science, art and creativity with OYAP Trust.
As a charity, OYAP Trust aims to make participation in the arts accessible to any one who expresses an interest it. Should you find the cost of the project a barrier to taking part, we invite you to email us on email@example.com
Ages 11-15 | Mon 29th, Tues 30th and Wed 31st May | 11am-5pm
£30 for 3 days
Work with professional designer Helen Cauvy Foster and Science Oxford on our unique and exciting wearable techmnology project.
Create clothes and accessories that use technology to meet a social need and look good. Learn how to create soft circuits, programme and code software while you gain textile and design skills.
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH SCIENCE OXFORD
IN PARTNERSHIP WITH READIPOP
Ages 14-17 | Thurs 1st and Fri 2nd June | 11am-5pm | £50 for 2 days
Work with a team of experienced musicians from Readipop - a music and arts charity based in Reading with a strong reputation for delivering innovative and engaging arts projects.
Create a DIY Synth Ensemble. Build your own analog synthasizers from scratch and experiment with sounds. Programme your sounds into your synth and use them write and perform your own original music.