Over the past two months, it has been fantastic to see Saturday Club members from across the UK continue to enthusiastically engage with their Saturday Club programmes virtually.
By taking part in online classes and making use of National Saturday Club Online, the Club members have continued to discover, experiment and create.
This has all been made possible thanks to the innovation of the wonderful National Saturday Club tutors and supporters.
Read on for some of the highlights from the Club’s online programmes:
50 online projects created by Saturday Club tutors and student assistants are available online for Club members to take part in at home.
Look out for more Masterclasses coming soon from Triple Double Studios, Arup and Adobe.
Istituto Marangoni’s Fashion&Business Club delivered miniature mannequins to each of the members, so that they could continue their draping and sewing lessons. We look forward to seeing their final creations!
Tim spoke to the Club members about how he got to where he is today, and set them a brief to construct their own 2-metre bridges out of discarded recyclables at home.
From creating sound for soundscapes to painting with food, Nottingham Trent University Art&Design Club members have been busy learning and experimenting creatively in their online classes each week.
Last month, the Time + Tide Museum Club took part in an online Masterclass led by fashion designer Juliana Sissons and Tom Meades about plastic pollution and sustainability.
The Club members were encouraged to explore a range of techniques including gluing, stitching, pleating and fusing pieces with hot iron to create sample pieces using plastics found in the home.
From suprematist-artist inspired drawings to surrealist dreamscapes, the University of Leeds Art&Design Club have been busy each week learning about new art movements and developing new creative skills. You can some of the work that they have created on their Instagram page.
A few more highlights…