Create beautiful artworks out of clay. Kiln will be used to fire and glaze your creations for you to take home.
Tuesdays, February 13 – March 13
We will experiment with clay, paint, prints, and paper to create our own masterpieces and learn about some of the many Masters in Art History.
Tuesdays, March 20 – April 24 (no class April 3)
Use your imagination and bring your very own make-believe friend to “life”. We will design and build our creations using fabric and hand sew our very own creatures.
Wednesdays, February 14 – March 14
In this class, we will dig into Wendy Maruyama’s exhibit, learn about the Japanese internment camps, and create artworks based off of Wendy’s artwork. We will be using wood, collage, and different textiles to create sculptures.
Wednesdays, March 21 – April 25 (no class April 4)
In order to start with Intermediate Painting (without Beginning Painting) or Advanced Painting (without Beginning and Intermediate Painting), you must email photos of painting samples to Art Education Director, Caryn Marsella, at email@example.com for approval!
We use our acrylic and watercolor techniques learned in Beginning Painting and add new skills, including blending colors and creating value.
Thursdays, February 15 – March 15
Using the skills learned in Beginning and Intermediate Painting, students will create paintings on canvas, guided by the instructor.
Thursdays, March 22 – April 26 (no class April 5)