Youth Art Classes

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Drawing & Painting ONLINE
Instructor: Kelsey Hoines
Grades: K-6
Time: ONLINE videos
Cost: $85 (includes supply pack)

This ONLINE class is taught by art teacher Kelsey Hoines. She guides you step-by-step through our drawing and painting skills and lessons. All supplies for this class are provided in the class pack available for pick-up beginning June 5. The supplies are yours to keep. Lessons will be via YouTube video. Includes 8 video lessons.

Kids' Art Club- Grades K-2

Instructor: TBA 
Grades: K-2
Dates: Sep 21-Oct 26 (6 weeks)
Days: Mondays     
Time: 4:30-5:30pm

Cost: $80
Develop your drawing, painting, and mixed media skills. Students practice hand-eye coordination, learn the ability to see objects as : they are, and create art. Uses several mediums. Max enrollment 8. Masks and social distancing required.

Kids' Art Club - Grades 3-5

Instructor: TBA
Grades: 3-5
Dates: Sept 24-Oct 29
Days: Thursdays
Time: 4:30-5:30pm
Cost: $80 
Develop your drawing, painting, and mixed media skills. Students practice hand-eye coordination, learn the ability to see objects as they are, and create art. Uses several mediums.  Max enrollment 8. Masks and social distancing required.

Youth Honors Academy: Printmaking
Grades 6-12
Dates: Wednesdays, September 30 - November 18 (8 students max)
Time: 4:30-5:45pm
Cost: $130
Instructor: Mary Gordon
Title: Intro to Relief Printmaking by Hand
Description: This class is an introduction to printing relief and monotype printmaking processes without a press. Students will learn how to transfer an image onto a block, carve, ink, and print single and multi-colored images. Work will begin with the fundamentals of relief printmaking and then move into monotype and collage techniques. Specific importance will be placed on the development of image ideas, proficiency in cutting, and solid printing.

Relief printmaking is one of the oldest traditional printmaking methods. Areas of a block or plate are physically cut away to create a shallow “relief”. Using a brayer or roller, ink is rolled over the surface and adheres to the raised areas. Paper is placed onto the inked surface and printed via printing press, barren or spoon. 




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Youth scholarships are funded by a grant from the

Yes! Fund of the Greater Manhattan Community Foundation.

Art palette and brushes