Melek Tilki

 

Melek has studied Art History and Archaeology at Eastern

Mediterranean University   and has graduated with first degree. Being such a successful student,

she was given the opportunity to go to Italy on a scholarship at The British Institute of Florence,

where she completed a short course in Arts. After her undergraduate she has moved to London to

do her Masters in Arts and Design at Kingston University. She has always kept developing herself

by doing different art courses, such as Ceramic and Costume design courses. Melek,  after

completing her MA she volunteered to work as an assistant teacher at pre-school, primary and

secondary schools.  As well as being one of the Art teachers Melek is Head of Art Department and

the Manager at London School of Arts.

Art Lessons

The Art Department at London School of Arts ,offers an intensive programme in traditional drawing and painting. We provide quality tuition suitable for all levels from complete beginners to those with more experience.From landscape to life, oils to watercolour we’ll help you find the approach that’s right for you. A wonderful way for children to express their creativity and have fun learning to paint and draw with a professional.

Emanuela Marcu

     Emanuela Marcu  is a London-based Romanian artist educator whose fine art projects range from painting, printmaking and installation art to collaborative, interdisciplinary art projects, participatory art and artistic interventions within the educational space.

     One of her recent projects was  a collaborative art educational practice reuniting the fields of fine art and theatre  created  for the educational department of the National Gallery.It consisted in a series of 5 art workshops lead by Emanuela Marcu and theatre director Francesca Camozzi  at Grimsdyke School in London that culminated with the creation of a collective, interactive art piece shown in the National Galley in front of Tintortetto’s painting that inspired it (https://the-dots.com/projects/national-gallery-bright-lights-festival-project-glistening-heroes-painting-the-inner-light-145416 ). 

     Emanuela Marcu graduated from the Painting Department of the Universty of Art in Bucharest and the Philology Department of the University of Bucharest and holds a Fine Art MA degree awarded by Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, the University of the Arts London. Her artistic language has been influenced by abstract expressionism, by conceptual art and the Fluxus movement  and by the social sculpture of Joseph Beuys.