Priority Booking for Members
The BNG Art & Tech Summer Camp returns in July and August with a focus on digital art making techniques under the direction of our new Education Officer Rehana Packwood.
Rehana recently returned from London to take up the role, where is she is completing an MA in Cultural and Creative Industries at King’s College, having spent several years teaching in both England and Japan.
The Art & Tech summer camp will be limited to 10 students per week, aged 11 to 14. Members will be given priority access for registration, which will open to them on April 14, and to the general public one week later. Click here to renew your membership today to ensure that you don’t miss out.
This year, the summer camp will be based between the gallery and a pop up BNG Education Satellite Space in the nearby Washington Mall. The focus will be purely on digital art making and each student will be loaned an I-pad and Apple pencil to work with.
To ensure that as many students as possible have access to the course, registration is limited to one week per student. They can choose from a variety of modules, which will be explored further in a digital art after school programme starting in September.
The cost of the camp is $250. You must be a BNG Family Member to register, membership includes unlimited free gallery access for up to 4 family members, invitations to exhibition previews and exclusive events plus priority access to all BNG education programmes, including the after school programmes launching later this year.