[Suitable for: 3-18 Year Olds | Works in their own age Groups | Week Days Monday to Friday, 10:00am to 1:00pm, 6th June to 1st July]Summer Camp by The Little Art activates children and young people to explore creative expression and imagination skills through a set of finely curated activities. Each day of the camp is designed to enhance arts fundamentals for kids, based on their age group, creative ability, and personal goals.
[Suitable for: 6-18 Year Olds | Each Saturday and Sunday, 11:00am to 1:00pm, 2 to 31 July] Through this course, children will have the opportunity to explore art as a way of expressing themselves and their creativity. Through material exploration, experimentation with fun techniques and hands-on activities, students will not only learn more about art and design- but will also be able to create their own masterpieces!
[Suitable for: 8-18 Year Olds | Each Saturday and Sunday, 11:00am to 1:00pm, 2 to 31 July]This course will help children deal with digital platforms and learn to convey ideas and messages using images, design and graphics. This course is effective for beginners as an introduction to digital design with fundamentals of design, colour theory, typography, image editing and poster design.
[Suitable for: 6-18 Year Olds | Each Saturday and Sunday, 1:30pm to 3:30pm, 2 to 31 July ]This course focuses on developing the confidence of children and young people to present and showcase. They will be able to break down their inhibitions, understand how to talk in public and act in drama and theatre. After learning the craft, attendees will work in smaller groups to create short performances which will be presented to the public at an event.
[Suitable for: 8-18 Year Olds | Each Saturday and Sunday, 1:30pm to 3:30pm, 2 July to 31 July]Students will get hands-on experience in scriptwriting, direction, cinematography, acting, and editing. Students, working alone or in collaboration, will be required to complete a project for screening at the end of the term.
[Suitable for: Youth + Adults (11+) | Each Wednesday and Friday, 04:00pm to 6:00pm, 15 July - 10 August] The course is designed to introduce and practice basics of Pakistani/Indian Music (swaras, taals, thaaths, ragas, types of music, etc.) The course is designed for young people who are interested to either play and perform or also explore their interest in music.
[Suitable for: 12 to 18) | Saturday and Sunday, 03:00pm to 6:00pm, 20 - 21 August] This form of abstract art uses acrylics with a runny consistency to create psychedelic paintings. In this workshop you will be able to create your own acrylic pouring masterpiece! This colorful and playful class will enable you to quickly reach beautiful results of acrylic pouring with spectacular cell-like and lacey effects. it’s suitable for anyone regardless of art background.
[Suitable for: 13-18 | Saturday and Sunday, 3:00pm to 6:00pm, 20 - 21 August] This specific course is designed for the students who are willing to learn filmmaking, (short film, documentary, YouTube videos, vlogs, podcasts, video production). How to work and earn, along with market awareness.
[Suitable for: 15+) | Friday, 06:00pm to 8:00pm, 26 August | Free Event - Registration Required]Join us to hear about the journeys of extra-ordinary young women and girls creating impact in Pakistan. 25 young women and girls are selected each year by The Little Art through an open call and rigorous selection process. This is the second year of the program.
[Suitable for: 14+) | Saturday, 04:30pm to 7:00pm, 27 August | Free Event Registration Required] The Kitnay Duur Kitnay Paas initiative brings together digital storytellers from Pakistan and India to make films against the backdrop of a very fragile cross-border collaborative climate. Film screenings are followed by Live discussions with the filmmakers
[Suitable for: 16+) | Saturday, 06:00pm to 8:00pm, 10 September | Free Event Registration Required] Book Launch of Mehshar-e-Khayal, autobiography of the late Professor Altaf Hussain Nizami - Chief Guest: Mustansar Hussain Tarar - Speakers: Parvez Qureshi, Raja Shakeel Ahmad, Bilawal Nizami - Moderator: Razia Jaffer
[Suitable for: Youth & Adults (11+) | Each Sunday, 5:00pm to 7:00pm, 18, 25 September] This beginner's course will teach student how to play the piano and keyboard from scratch. It will enable student to understand the basics of music along the way. It will make student understand the notes of the guitar and keyboard, as well as basic scales and chords.
[Suitable for: All Ages; Families | Saturday, Slot 1: 3:00 pm – 5:30 pm; Slot 2: 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm | 1st October]Join us on the first of October for a day to remember! The Tinkers’ Collective x The Little Art are proud to announce our first Makers’ Mela. We invite you to come support our local entrepreneurs, creatives, and changemakers as they set up stalls, showcase their products/work, and plan an amazing event just for you!
[Suitable for: All Ages | Saturday, 11:00 am – 2:00 pm | 8th October]In this hands-on 3-hour workshop participants will learn about understanding and preparing soil, Composting and Vermicomposting, Container and In-ground gardening, Site Selection, Direct sowing and seedling planting, Companion planting, Watering, Harvesting, and Building garden microclimate.
[Suitable for: 14+ Open for all ages | Saturday, 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm | 15th October | FREE (Registration Required)]Swedish Institute Alumni Pakistan – North Chapter (SIAP) in collaboration with Art Otaq, Jawad Sharif Films and The Little Art invites you to ‘Artists and Climate Change – Fika Talks’ film screening event
[Suitable for: 17+ (Youth + Adults) | 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm | 20th Oct - 20th Nov ]WHAT will you learn: * Photographing a story * Choosing a visual language * Portable-Studio Techniques * Guided Street-Photography Sessions * Editing & Digital Asset Management * Refining Visual Vocabulary * Create a photographic series * Exhibition of selected works at Aangun
[Suitable for: 8+ and All Ages | Every Saturday, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm]Flute Lessons with Ustad Muhammad Hanif. The flute class is designed to introduce flute to people interested in music, as well as intermediate and advanced level learners.
[Suitable for: 7 - 18 | Every Saturday, 12:00 pm – 2:00 pm]This course will help children deal with digital platforms and learn to convey ideas and messages using images, design and graphics. This course is effective for beginners as an introduction to digital design with fundamentals of design, colour theory, typography, image editing and poster design.
[Suitable for: 6 - 18 | Every Saturday, 2:00 pm – 4:00 pm | Fee: 5000 (4 lessons)]The fine art lessons are designed to introduce painting and drawing to people interested in arts, as well as intermediate and advanced level learners. The class mentor support the class like a studio practice where the students create art in presence of the mentor, and also practice during the week and get feedback on the created works.
[Suitable for: 7+ and All Ages | Every Saturday, 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm | Fee: 5000 (4 lessons)]In this course for beginners and advanced learners, students will learn how to play the keyboard and piano from the start.
[Suitable for: 6+ Open for all age groups | Sunday, 4:00pm to 7:00pm, 27 November] The Daastan Literary Thrive is an initiative for people who are interested in writing. This event is an attempt to recognize young talented writers, interact with them, and assist them in determining career paths. And to hear about the inspiring journeys of published authors.