Youth Visual Art


by Cindy McManus

Event Details

Date(s) & Time(s)::

Daily from June 16, 2014 until August 14, 2014

Location: 30 S. Johnson Street, Hartford WI, 53027

Phone: 262 670 0560



Event Description

Drawing the Human Figure
Mondays, June 16-July 14, 4:30-5:30 pm (no class June 30)
Tuition: $36 (4 weeks)
Ages: 9-16
Instructor: Cammie Walters
Location: Schauer Art Room
This class will give young artists an understanding of how to draw the human figure in many positions. Children will learn useful tips about proportions that they will be able to impress you with, and most importantly they will remember! Students will complete 4 full sketches in 4 weeks.

Thursdays, June 19-July 17, 3:00-4:30 pm (no class July 3rd)
Tuition: $40 (4-weeks)
Ages: 6-14
Instructor: Andee Warren
Location: Creative Arts Studio
Kids have a unique connection to clay. Starting early from mud pies to sand castles, kids explore shape, texture, and form molded from earth. This course will allow students to develop their connection to clay through exploration of various hand-building techniques. Students will create and glaze finish ceramic work that is functional, sculptural, or both. Supplies provided.

Summer Landscapes
Mondays, July 21-August 11, 4:30-5:30 pm
Tuition: $36 (4 weeks)
Ages: 6-14
Instructor: Cammie Walters
Location: Schauer Art Room
Come paint 3 beautiful summer landscapes during this 3 week session. We will do a tropical island, a 3-dimentional seascape, and a landscape with a focus on trees. Children will learn a lot about painting while having a great time creating a memory.

Intermediate Ceramics
Thursdays, July 24-August 14, 3:00-4:30 pm
Tuition: $44 (4-weeks)
Ages: 8-14
Instructor: Andee Warren
Location: Creative Arts Studio
Beyond the basics, this class will focus on developing and improving student skills. For any student who previously took Hands in Clay or has outside clay experience, this class will focus on more complex techniques in hand-building. Students will create, finish and glaze works that will reflect a more in depth understanding of clay. Supplies provided.
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