Event Culture Vultures: Islamic Miniatures & Noble Sports
Type Kids Camp: Islamic Miniatures & Noble Sports
Venue NYLA, 39 Thurloe St, South Kensington, SW7 2LQ London
Date July 17th - July 21st 2017
Time 10am - 4pm, daily

Summary

Immerse yourself in the vibrant art and culture scene of London and inspire the kids during school holidays!  This one week camp will provide an introduction to the beautiful and intricate tradition of Persian and Mughal Miniatures with a focus on the noble sports of swimming, archery and fencing.

The week promises action packed, fun days out playing noble sports of swimming, archery and fencing  as well as learning about the artistic techniques in creating your own Miniature painting.

(Ages: 5 - 9yrs and 10 -14 yrs)

July 17th-21st: Islamic Miniatures & Noble Sports

Monday 17th July
Explore the Barakat Culture Vulture 'Discovery Pack' and find out about Miniatures and the sports and battles depicted in these tiny paintings, bring a packed lunch, and visit the world of Miniatures at the V&A

Tuesday 18th July
Explore the Barakat Culture Vulture 'Discovery Pack' and find out about the history of swimming, bring a packed lunch and go swimming! 

Wednesday 19th July
Explore the Barakat Culture Vulture 'Discovery Pack' and find out about the history of archery, bring a packed lunch and try your hand at archery in Hyde Park!

Thursday 20th July
Explore the Barakat Culture Vulture 'Discovery Pack' and find out about the history of fencing, bring a packed lunch and try fencing with an Olympic fencer! Engarde, ready, fence!

Friday 21st July

Explore the Barakat Culture Vulture 'Discovery Pack' and find out about the history of fencing, bring a packed lunch and try fencing with an Olympic fencer! Engarde, ready, fence!

Book now: https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/kids-camp-islamic-miniatures-noble-sports-tickets-33955729501

Tickets:  £50 per day      

Barakat Members: £40 per day

The children will be supervised by members of staff and volunteers during visits and activities.

Drop-off and collection at: NYLA, 39 Thurloe St, South Kensington, SW7 2LQ London (unless otherwise stated)

Reminder: Please remember to pack lunch for your children and apply sun cream. Under 5 years old must be accompanied by and adult or guardian.

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