Saturday, February 13, 2010

Young Artists Program at the Educational Alliance

Young Artists Program

Spring Classes Start February 22, 2010

Click here to download our Fall 2009 brochure (pdf)
. Spring 2010 Class Schedule & Brochure will be posted soon.

FOR AGES 10 - 14

An exciting course in cartooning and Manga comic art. Learn to create and develop your own comic characters and comic strips. Learn how to professionally ink comics and make your very own graphic novel.
Saturdays, 10am - noon

Pottery: Excellent hands-on introductory course to clay, where you explore 3-D Art making. This course covers slab and coil method enabling you to create vessels and other creative objects.
Sundays, Noon- 2:00pm

Drawing & Painting: This is an exciting introductory course to using real oil paints. Learn basic painting techniques in a step by step method to open up the world of oil painting.
Sundays, Noon- 2:00pm

Photography: Students are introduced to the art of black and white photography by using manual cameras to shoot black and white photographs. Students learn to process film and develop and print their own photos in the darkroom.
Saturdays, 10am - noon

FOR AGES 15 - 19

This course takes an in-depth look on how to successfully create a graphic novel or comic book. This cartooning course is for students with basic drawing experience who want to enrich their comic art.
Wednesdays, 4pm - 6pm

Pottery: Explore the fine art of manipulating clay into beautiful objects by creating and developing your own style of ceramics. This course offers the student and in depth approach to utilizing clay in fun and creative objects that are glazed and personalized by you.
Wednesdays, 4:00- 6:00pm

Drawing & Painting: This course explores traditional methods of oil painting, including still lives, the use of color, light and shade. This is a great course for students to develop their art portfolio.
Thursdays, 4pm - 6pm

Photography: Students will further explore the conceptual understanding of photography and build upon their darkroom skills to begin developing their individual portfolio.
Saturdays, 12:15pm -2:15pm

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