Welcome to Elemente

Elemente is a small art & creative computing school located in an idyllic and tranquil setting in rural County Laois.
All classes are taught in small groups and every student is encouraged to experiment and learn at their own pace.

Creative thinking and problem solving in a non-competitive, creative and supportive atmosphere is paramount at Elemente.

About Isabel

I hold a degree in Fine Art and an M.A. in Interactive Media Production. With a professional background in various creative fields from advertising agencies to higher education, my experience ranges from graphic arts and sculpture to print media production and web design.

Camps & Classes

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Creative Computing – Beginners/ Intermediate

Students create animations, games and interactive stories with SCRATCH, a block based programming language. Suitable for children aged 8-12 years.
6 week course starting Monday 15/04/2024, 5:30- 6:45pm, €75 per child, sibling discount available. Booking is essential!


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ART & Crafts for children aged 8-12

Students explore various techniques – from drawing and painting to printmaking and collage. No previous knowledge required, all materials included.
6 week course starting Friday 12/04/2024, 4:00- 5:30pm, €90 per child, sibling discount available. Booking is essential!


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ART & Crafts for Adults

In this course we will explore various techniques like drawing, painting, block printing and collage. Unwind after a busy week and enjoy an evening of creativity in a small group of likeminded people.
Dates and Time to be confirmed. Booking is essential!


Art and digital media for teens

ART & Digital Media for teens

This course is suitable for children aged 13-17 and no previous knowledge is required. It features an exciting combination of traditional creative skills and basic web development.
Dates and Time to be confirmed. Booking is essential!


“The role of the teacher is to create the conditions for invention rather than provide ready-made knowledge.”

Seymour Papert