young artist courses

fall 2017

 

Mondays (Grades 9-12)

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9-12 Pottery Wheel Part 1

Beginners. Supplies provided. Studio 3. 
No.17FAR130
9/18-11/20 (10 sessions) 
6:30pm-9:00pm
$245 

Pottery Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. This course is designed for beginner students. You will learn the basics of wheel-throwing, hand-building, glazing and be guided in making a wide variety of vessels, each with the indelible stamp of your own hand. 

Faculty: TBD

Mondays (Pre-K)

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NEW! Art for Parent and Child (Age 3)

Supplies provided. Studio 2.
No.17FAR560
Sept. 18 – Nov. 20 (10 sessions) 
1:00pm-2:15pm
$165

In this class children and their grownup will create their own masterpieces based on a children’s book or famous artist. After reading a children’s book we will produce an art project relevant to the book and an artist. Art projects may include collage, color mixing, and painting. This class will help promote visual and verbal literacy while developing fine motor skills. Bring a smock or used shirt for your child and be prepared to get your four hands dirty!

Faculty: Grace Chin

Tuesdays (Grades K-5)

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K-2 Pottery Part 1

Grades K-2. Supplies provided. Studio 3.
No. 17FAR520
9/19-11/14 (9 sessions) 
3:50-5:20pm
$165

Pottery Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. This course will introduce children to the wonderful medium of clay. Varied and exciting projects in hand- building, including animal sculptures, containers, tiles and more will be undertaken. Both directed projects and experimentation will be supported and encouraged as each child’s skill evolves. Pieces will be glazed and fired.  

Faculty: TBD

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3-5 Cartooning Part 1

Grades 3-5. Supplies provided. Studio 1.   
No. 17FAR580
9/19-11/14 (9 sessions) 
3:50-5:20pm
$165

Cartooning Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. Students will work individually and collaboratively to develop their own characters and stories exploring a variety of media – including colored pencil, watercolor, markers, pen and ink and scratchboard.  Students will produce a number of works - including a piece of Pop Art, a comic strip, a comic book/graphic novel, a short, professional script and more, all while learning about the history of cartooning, focusing on Cleveland’s most influential cartoonists.

Faculty: Josh Usmani

Wednesdays (Grades 6-8)

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6-8 Pottery Wheel Part 1 

Grades 6-8. Supplies provided. Studio 3
No. 17FAR540
9/20-11/15 (9 sessions) 
3:00pm-4:30pm
$165

Pottery Wheel Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. Students will be introduced to wheel- throwing methods of working with clay. They will learn to create forms such as bowls and mugs and to decorate and glaze their finished pieces. Students are encouraged to explore their own ideas on the wheel and use hand-building techniques to enhance their work. 

Faculty: Andrea Serafino

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NEW! 6-8 Drawing + Painting Part 1

Grades 6-8. Supplies provided. Studio 1. 
No. 17FAR510
9/20-11/15 (9 sessions) 
3:00pm-4:30pm
$180

Drawing + Painting Part 1 is the first of a series of projects that continue and are different each semester. Students will be encouraged to create unique artworks using the diverse mediums of pencil, charcoal, ink, watercolor and acrylic paint. 

Faculty: Josh Usmani