Art Journaling: Weekly Tween Art Journaling Group
In this ongoing class journalers will learn to express themselves creatively through writing, painting, and collage and while building friendships in a safe and encouraging environment.
61 total reviews for this teacher
2 reviews for this class
Completed by 17 learners
learners per class
Meets 1x per week
Runs week after week
75 minutes per class
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In this weekly ongoing class journalers will learn to express themselves in a space where there is no judgement, no criticism, just encouragement and exploration with a side order of fun. Supporting each other and encouragement will be the focus. Each week starts off with a check-in, and then a writing prompt, followed by a new background painting technique, then we add collage while discussing composition, and finishing up with creative lettering. Journalers are free to share after each...
Exploring, challenging, taking risks, through art these things can lead to expansion in your life. Art journaling is a safe space to practice these things, as well as learning some fun techniques and building skills you can use your whole life for self expression and wellness.
I have been teaching art journaling for over a decade to all ages and art abilities. If you have a creative young person who doesn't like writing, I have alternatives they can use to participate. My youngest son has learning disabilites and doesn't write, and I have a variety of strategies (none that involve any type of coercion) but pulls on a journalers strengths, so they can still fully participate. If you have any concerns about your learners ability to participate, please reach out to discuss how we can work together.
1 file available upon enrollmentBasically-something to journal on; something to journal with; some images, glue, scissors, A journal to work in, or a pad of 8 " X 10" 140 lbs watercolour paper (watercolour paper is better than mixed media paper) paint-acrylic paint-blue, yellow, red, white, and black paint brushes-big and small markers-white Posca marker is everyone's favourite, along with a variety of basic markers in a variety of colours scissors for glue-matte or gloss medium is best, but a glue stick or school glue is fine too a magazine, or images to choose from-I like national geographics an old card-for scraping the paint-old library card, gift card-could just be a piece of cardboard is fine napkins or paper towel rinse water all and any favourite art supplies-crayons, pencil crayons, markers, pastels
This is a no-rules, can't do it wrong art class where there will be no judging of work. Every piece has elements that are remarkable...that is where I offer feedback...on elements of wonder that all art-makers are capable of..
1 hour 15 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Encouraging young artists and makers through connection and community.
🇨🇦Lives in Canada
61 total reviews
122 completed classes
My name is Anna and I believe everyone is an artist and that includes you. My classes give creators a safe and encouraging environment to really dig in and express themselves. The number one goal in all my classes is for everyone to experience...