Mister Maker makes a colourful picture from recycled rubbish and disused products such as tissue paper, wrapping paper, patty pans and straws.
Make your own gift tags, learn ceramics tips from a true master, get the sugar skull look with a spooky make up tutorial, and create a burst photography series.
Get moving and making with Matt in the studio! Matt is revisiting previous episodes to repurpose his family figurines and shape jars, using these to create fun animations to bring a whole new life to his artworks.
Zindzi has so many fun and creative ideas for artworks - almost too many to remember. Join Zindzi in the studio as she sketches and scrapbooks her inspirations and ideas into an art ideas book. What a great idea!
Matt is going on an adventure, but he has some laundry to do first. Join him in the Art Time studio as he creates imaginative landscapes of the jungle, desert and mountains using laundry items.
Get your watercolours and imaginations ready: the sky is the limit! Zindzi is feeling inspired by the spectacular skies. Using watercolours, she paints some different colourful skies to showcase in the Art Time Gallery.
Join Matt in the Art Time studio and be introduced to some members of his family in photographs! Matt makes some fun craft characters using recycled materials to represent his family and create a family portrait.
Zindzi has been out and about collecting things from nature to include in her art. Join her in the Art Time studio as she uses natural materials like sticks and pine cones.
We discover fun and dynamic shapes and how to include them in art. Join Matt as he uses a Shape Jar to make interesting artworks from all kinds of shapes to go on display in the Art Time Gallery.
The Art Crew are bringing in unwanted objects from home which will ignite our imaginations for storytelling with art.
It's time to make robots using all kinds of recycled objects and boxes.
Inspired by interesting buildings in the city, the Art Crew are creating a cityscape with blocks and tape.
We're stomping with dinosaurs as the Art Crew create dinosaurs out of colourful dough.
In this episode the Art Crew discover all sorts of shapes by making Matisse inspired cut outs!
The Art Crew are all ready to paint self-portraits.
Get ready to blast into space as the Art Crew explore the wonder and beauty of our solar system. They create colourful paper solar systems with chalk and neon pens on black card.
The Art Crew are inspired by Monet's beautiful water lilies and get busy with a collaborative painting using sponges and acrylic paint. Next, they create colourful lily pads with food dye plus tissue paper flowers.
Inspired by a trip to the local market, we have fruit and flowers for the Art Crew to create a still-life painting.
Mirror mirror on the wall, who's the best painter of them all? This simple technique can create cool shapes that you can easily turn into art.
As an art form, portraits have been around for hundreds of years. Amelia investigates portraits and asks the question; why is this form of painting such a big deal? Are portraits only painted? When did portraits become popular? What does the word 'portrait' mean?
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