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Art Explorations

K-5th grade

Thursdays 4:00p-5:00p

Homeschool- Mondays 1:00p-2:00p

 5-10 years old (must be in Kindergarten)

 

A mixed-media class that explores art through drawing, painting, collage and sculpture! Each week is a new project and students will learn basic techniques to grow in their knowledge of creating art. Our curriculum and art projects are almost always inspired by art history, modern art styles and favorite children's book illustrators. We encourage young students to focus more on the process and enjoyment of art making rather than a perfected finished product.

 

9 Week Sessions are pro-rated if you join mid-session! 

Drop-in rates available

Winter/Spring Session 1
January 8-March 7, 2024

Winter/Spring Session 2
March 28-May 16, 2024

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any issues with booking or registration! 

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Summer Series - Learn to Draw, Paint and Sculpt!

 

 3 week sessions on select Fridays in June & July!
Older kids will have the opportunity to learn and strengthen their art making skills through these unique summer classes taught by local teaching artist Karen Hesselbach!  
Fridays,  11:00a-1:00p // 4th grade & up​

Pet Picassos 
Students will be taught how to draw and paint an animal from a photograph onto canvas. Each week they'll learn new techniques and end the 3 week series with a large scale canvas that will be sure to wow and build artistic confidence! 

Magical Menagerie
Students will be taught how to sculpt through form building, using paper mache and paper pulp as a medium. Gaining inspiration from fantasy worlds (think toadstools, dragons and fairies!),  each week they'll learn new sculpture techniques, and end the series with their very own creature creation! 

Painting & Drawing:
Pet Picassos

June 7, 21 & 28
$225

Sculpture:
Magical Menagerie

July 12, 19 & 26
$225

Please don't hesitate to contact us if you have any issues with booking or registration! 

"You can't use up creativity. The more you use, the more you have."
​- Maya Angelou

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