The VR creative arts club, founded by award winning educator and performer Nelly Lewis, offers an educational platform in which children can use the latest in virtual reality technology to develop a wide range of creative and social skills.
Many parents and social scientists have concerns over the future implications of the way in which children (and adults) are becoming more and more 'plugged in' with technology and therefore losing the ability to connect and interact with others in a natural face-to-face manner. Our aim is to support a healthy and positive use of technology by enabling children to take a creative and active role in using the latest in virtual reality technology to develop their artistic skills, self confidence and ability to work as part of a team.
Our immersive classes are a unique combination of traditional creative arts and the latest in virtual reality and computing technology. Activities are carefully designed to enable children to express themselves, whether it be through visual art, music or theatre, and to develop valuable social skills, whilst also becoming well prepared and proficient as valuable members of our growing technological world.
PRINCIPLES OF OUR VR CREATIVE ARTS CLUB
Every child is unique, we support the shy & give equal opportunity to all.
Nelly Lewis is an award winning performing artist, she graduated from the European Academy For Mime, Dance and Physical Theatre, in Paris.
She won the prestigious Broadway Baby Award for her one-woman show at the Brighton Fringe in 2015.
Her education in the performing arts is rich and vast - classic theatre, mime, puppetry, visual theatre, dance, movement and stand up comedy.
She is a pioneer in the domain of creative use of technology and creative VR courses.
After more then 20 years of experience in the industry and in teaching she decided to establish the VR Creative Arts Club in Brighton, UK.
She holds a DBS check, as do all the teachers in the VR Creative Arts Club.