This is a class for the traditional and non traditional artists in each of us. Art is everywhere, from cereal boxes to graffiti laced walls to our dreams. A combination of all things art, this class is intended to think outside the box, inside the box, and everywhere in between. Whether discussing classic artists or local living artists, projects will include everything from traditional paintings, to mini dream theme installations, to recycled art sculptures. A basic supply kit will be provided for most projects in the event of starting or needing to return to online learning.
1 hr, Wednesday On Campus
2:00 pm - 3:00 pm
$368 + $30 materials fee = $398
- Teacher: Julie Leary
Join our merry band of improvisational actors!
Whether you are curious about this amazing art form or have had lots of experience acting and improvising, we will cover basic skills of listening, agreement, co-creation, vocal projection and presentation, and jump into some more advanced ideas through short form games and more. Kids learn to trust their instincts, listen to each other, and have fun!
This class will work from the comfort of home or in person in a classroom, our games and activities games will inspire creativity and play. While online, we will play games that involve creating characters, changing emotions, diving into imagined scenarios, dubbing favorite movies, and even creating our own versions of popular games.
1 hr. Thursdays On Campus
1:00pm - 2:00pm
Class will explore form, function and aesthetics in three dimensions. Traditional and non-traditional materials will be explored allowing student to find their own voice. Some history of art will be discussed but this is a techniques class. No experience is required.
1hr. Wednesdays, On Campus 11:00am - 12:00pm
- Teacher: Josie Juarez
Jump start your sewing savvy with this fun, hands-on class! Get to know your sewing machine – inside and out; learn to use commercial sewing patterns; create your own simple sewing patterns; discover the secrets of fabric selection; and more. Class projects may include pillowcases, tote bags, pajama pants, and more. Ideal for students who are brand new to sewing or those who want to improve their skills.
Required Tools and Materials:
Sewing machine with matching bobbin or equipment fee,* fabric scissors, tape measure, ruler, tailor's chalk and/or disappearing fabric marker, straight pins, pin cushion, seam ripper, and fabric such as an old bed sheet. Additional pattern and fabric requirements will be discussed in class.
2 hr, Wednesdays On Campus, 3:00pm - 5:00pm
$528 +$30 materials fee = $558
- Teacher: Angelia Robinson