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Creative Drawing Club!

Art, Games and Stories: Drawing, Clay, Collage, and Storytelling

Nicole Maynard
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Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
In this one-time class, students create stories together, play games, and make art. Students may choose to draw, use clay, or collage in response to surprising prompts designed to spark the imagination.

Class experience

Beginner Level
Students will be able to create art that has a narrative/tells a story by improvising ideas independently and with peers. Students will increase their ability to solve problems through the process of brainstorming, finding multiple possibilities as well as unique paths to success.
National Visual Arts Standards
VA:Cr1.1.2a Brainstorm collaboratively multiple approaches to an art or design problem.
VA:Cr1.1.3a Elaborate on an imaginative idea.
VA:Cr1.2.4a Collaboratively set goals and create artwork that is meaningful and has purpose to the makers.
VA:Cr2.1.4a Explore and invent art-making techniques and approaches.
While working as the Lower School Art Teacher at a private school in Miami, I taught a year-long online curriculum exploring the essential question, “How do artists get ideas?” This reflects my interest in out-of-the-box thinking that transfers to domains outside of the art room. I believe that students need experiences that foster innovative thinking in order to develop the inclination to discover new things. In my work as an artist, I have collaborated with others in designing project ideas, used poetry and literature as inspiration for painting, and use feedback from others in my board game designs.
 4 files available upon enrollment
Non-drying modeling clay: one color is fine, modeling clay is preferred over Model Magic because of its flexibility and because it can be reused, but you can use what is on hand. I like Crayola modeling clay or Plasticine. Drawing materials: several sheets of regular 8 ½” x 11” paper, pencil/eraser/sharpener and something to color with. An assortment of photos to cut out (you can print your own, use magazines, or print the attached pdf). one glue stick scissors
You may wish to have a damp towel available during class so that your child can wipe hands between using a gluestick and the computer.
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Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(2)
My classes focus on art-making, visual communication, and art's relationship to storytelling and culture. I help students learn to brainstorm new ideas to foster innovative thinking that transfers to disciplines outside of the domain of art. I'm a... 
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per class
Meets once
45 min

Completed by 1 learner
Live video meetings
Ages: 8-10
2-9 learners per class

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