Our 2019 Summer Art School took place on the 8th – 12th July at Pollok House in Pollok Country Park. It provided young people a varied experience of art disciplines such as drawing and mark making, painting, photography, Environmental Art, printing and sculpture. Each day was split into small individual and group projects that were linked to an artist and skill.

At the end of the Summer Art week there was an exhibition where family and friends were able to view all the exciting projects created.

Below is a sample week itinerary and the structure of the Summer Art School day. Activities on offer are subject to change and will alter from year to year. Weather permitting we always aim to use the grounds and gardens of the park throughout the week.

Sample Week

Day MorningAfternoon
MonDrawing & Mark Making
Environmental Art
Photo Montage
TuesStreet Art MuralPop Art Sculpture
WedTypography Stencils
Chalk and Charcoal Drawing
Painting with Light
ThursPortraiture and CollageRelief Sculptures
FriPrintmakingPreparation for Exhibition

Sample Day Itinerary

10.15am – 11.30am Use found natural objects to create cyanotypes. (Sunlight photography paper)


11.40am – 12.40pm Collect natural objects and draw using a range of materials and mark making techniques. Make your own brush.


1.10pm – 2.30pm Environmental Art. In small groups create a sculpture in the natural environment using found objects. Photograph once complete.


2.40pm – 4pm Photo Collage. Take a range of photographs of a man made structure. Overlap and piece together.

Interested in booking a place? Look out for information of our upcoming 2020 Summer School and other classes soon.