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Elementary Art studio class! In this ongoing class, students are introduced to methods of art making inspired by the incredible artists and events that shape the world of art. Students make a art new project each week inspired by what is discussed. Taught by Artist and Educator, Amy Pollman MED, MFA
Amy Pollman-Hoehner, Art and Drawing-M.Ed, MFA
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Once per week
learners per class
per learner - per class
How does an "Ongoing" course work?
Meets on a weekly schedule, join any week, no need to catch up on previous material
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Automatic payment every Sunday, cancel any time
Great for clubs and for practicing skills
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Using the framework of art history and the events that shaped art, let's learn about the fascinating world of art as artists! This class provides the opportunity to learn about art processes while learning about the artists and events that inspired them! Students will complete weekly projects based on the artist/movement discussed in medium, style and/or concept. New techniques will be demonstrated by Artist and Educator, Amy Pollman. She will also reference concepts through a brief...
- to learn about artists and their processes - to refine fine motor skills as it relates to creative problem solving - how to transform motivation into innovative solutions - to create realized 2D and 3D works enriched by knowledge gained from coursework. - to instill an appreciation for art - to instill and understanding of the elements and principles of art
In addition to being a world traveled artist and educator, Amy Pollman has a MFA and MED in Art Education. She is a certified Visual Arts Teacher K-12 from the Ohio Department of Education. Currently she is a University Mentor of Art Education at Bowling Green State University in Bowling Green, Ohio. She recently returned from China where she was teaching Art as a method of language development. For the past twenty years, she has taught students all over the world from Kindergarten to College. She is knowledgeable, resourceful, passionate about art making. Ms. Pollman says, "I consider an arts focused education to be paramount in creating innovative and self aware individuals of the future." You can find out more about Amy Pollman www.amypollman.com
Learners will have the option to complete their project after class and are encouraged to bring it to the next class to share what they made. They can post their projects in the classroom as a virtual gallery will grow throughout the weeks.
-Please note that this supply list is not needed for EVERY class. I will send out a weekly email which will indicate the project we are working on and the supplies needed. Supplies that need to be purchased will last well beyond the projects assigned. If you have a small amount of any of the supplies below, it will probably be enough to complete the project. I am doing my best to your supply list a one time investment that will last. I tried to make a list of the supplies that most students need in an typical art classroom with budget in mind. 1 package of construction paper 1 small stack of cardstock thick paper for drawing 1 box of craypas (16 color recommended) 2 glue sticks (in case one goes missing! : ) 1 bottle of white glue 1 pair of scissors 1 tray of at least 8 watercolors 1 small watercolor brush 1 medium watercolor brush 1 large watercolor brush 1 (suggested example) 1 set of markers with black 2 pencils and erasers 1 cup for paint water 1 paint shirt 1 set of tempera paint with black and white (warm and cool colors recommended) In addition, we will be using upcycled material: thin cardboard, food packaging, junk mail- anything paper that you might throw in the recycle bin can be used for at least two of our projects. Start collecting ASAP so you have a lot to choose from! (If parents need Amazon links to the above supplies, I am happy to provide.)
Ms. Amy Pollman is certified Visual Arts Instructor K-12, as such if you desire assessment for your learner, such can be arranged. Otherwise this course is self assessed.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
This class can be messy. Please be advised that your learner needs a studio friendly space to work in studio friendly clothing. We also will be discussing cultures from around the world and history. I do my best to be as inclusive as possible. I insist on mutual respect to all members who participate (student to teacher and student to student) in the class.
The teacher will provide any and all additional resources.
Amy Pollman-Hoehner, Art and Drawing-M.Ed, MFA
Experienced educator, fostering creativity, individuality, and craft through the lens of art
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
267 total reviews
192 completed classes
“The true purpose of arts education is… to create more complete human beings who are critical thinkers, who have curious minds, who can lead productive lives.” – Kelly Pollack. I am an experienced and certified Artist and Educator who is from...