Young children explore art concepts by working with paint, collage and clay. Students should feel comfortable attending class without a parent or guardian.
Students experiment with a variety of art making processes as they investigate nature.
Students create paintings, drawings, clay forms and mixed-media art that has a connection to Ancient Egypt, Greece and China.
Students create three-dimensional forms in a variety of materials.
Students will sketch from art in galleries with graphite, charcoal, watercolor, tempera and more to explore the fundamentals of drawing and painting.
Learn about color mixing and theory, brushstroke, composition, depicting space or distance and finding expressive qualities in your painting.
Draw weekly from art in the galleries and develop your skills at looking closely and translating what you see onto the page in your own unique way.
Follow the true story of one woman's fight to reclaim Gustav Klimt’s iconic painting of her aunt, Portrait of Adele Bloch-Bauer I, stolen from her relatives by the Nazis in Vienna.
Develop skills at modeling three-dimensional figures and explore ways to combine clay with other materials, such as wood and wire, to create sculpture.
Sketch from art in our galleries and then develop your drawings into printed images.