Art Rules offers workshops that are designed for the up and coming, young professional Caribbean Artist. We seek to educate ambitious teenagers with the aspiration to further develop artistic talent and skills or have the desire to further pursue an academic education in the Arts. Art Rules workshops include modern day teaching tools and methods that incorporate media, technology and social awareness.

Creative Writing
Creative Writing

In this workshop students gain an understanding of the many facets of creative text. Through the different methods of writing, we work on the ability to write everything from personal stories, poetry, plays and journalism, as well as aspects of commercial and creative copy.

Creative Media
Creative Media

In this workshop students learn how to produce storylines captured through film or photography. The essence is to translate a message into digital Art. We also explore basic compositions, shooting techniques and teach different editing styles in film and photography.

Dance
Dance

In this workshop students will learn about different urban dance genres including Hip-hop, House, African and Dancehall. They learn how to connect and explore individual movement and capabilities as they study music to make a physical and personal connection with sound.

Theater
Theater

In this workshop students learn about acting techniques, develop playwright and theatrical stories. As they discover their voices in storytelling, we explore how to create scenes by resourcing imagination, writing dialogues and short scenes to develop into a life performance.

Fashion
Fashion

In this workshop students learn basic methods from developing an idea to sketching, designing, production and placement. A big part of the class will focus on positioning ones label/brand within a global market and creatively introducing your unique brand to consumers.

Music & Performance
Music & Performance

In this workshop students learn about the foundations in music theory, song writing, vocal training and performance skills. Through writing sessions, social exercises, live performances and composing we offer our students a wide range of possibilities in the arena of music as well as an element of music history.

DJ
DJ

In this workshop students gain an understanding of the different methods in researching, selecting and mixing music. Other subjects include diving into the evolution of DJ technology, adapting selection towards an audience from small venues to major festivals and playing or producing for a radio station.

Mural Arts
Mural Arts

This workshop offers history in pre-historic times to Graffiti popularizing New York City in the eighties. Students will learn mural techniques created from personal talent and interest as well as developing a relationship between hand and eye and knowledge of subject matter.