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Influential Artists in Color Part 3 Paint & Learn Camp (4x Week, 1 Week)

Class
Stephanie Watkins
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(67)
In this one week/four session class, student will learn how to make 4 art projects honoring the work of 4 influential Black visual artists (Savage, Thomas, Wiley & Butler) while learning facts about their lives!

Class experience

Camp attendees will learn how to paint on canvas.
Camp attendees will learn how to create paper collages.
Camp attendees will learn to paper craft using cardboard.
Camp attendees will learn how to use diverse objects for texture.
Camp attendees will learn various facts about the lives of Augusta Savage, Alma Thomas, Kehinde Wiley and Bisa Butler.
Camp attendees will learn facts about American History.
Camp attendees will learn the joy of creating works of art.
Camp attendees will learn artistic expression skills.
Camp attendees will work on fine motor skills.
Camp attendees will learn artistic terminology and practice critiquing artwork.
I present my historical information on my lived experience as an African-American in the United States of America coupled with my masters degree in social work which has allowed me to  study the affects of historical events and laws in the United States of America on its citizens. My masters degree has also trained me to handle and manage difficult situations, sensitive information and empower marginalized groups in America. Because of my passion for history, educating young minds and accuracy, I spend hours on researching and crafting each class that I offer and work hard to represent marginalized voices in my classes. 

I have also taken undergraduate courses in African-American history under expert professors. I have over 10 years of teaching in and outside of the the traditional classroom. I have 10 years of professional experience working with primarily African-American youth in foster care which equipped me to handle delicate matters with professionalism and tact. Cumulatively, I possess over twenty years of experience working with and teaching youth of all ages. I have worked as a childcare worker, case manager, teacher, homeschool parent and have volunteered many hours in children's programs. I am also an avid crafter with sewing skills. All of these qualifications have lended themselves to me successfully teaching African-American history on Outschool with excellent reviews from parents and consistent 5-star ratings.
Homework Offered
Student will finish art assignment if she/he did not complete it in class.
0 - 1 hours per week outside of class
Assessments Offered
I will post a mini-review quiz on Friday to assess the students retention.
Grades Offered
 1 file available upon enrollment
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We will be covering historical figures throughout American history, in order to be accurate and give students a fuller understanding of the contributions made by these individuals, I will have to address racism, sexism and intolerance. I will do so in a very gentle and conscientious manner. My goal is to honor the memories of these individuals therefore, much of the focus will remain in the honoring.
Wake Up Our Souls: A Celebration of Black American Artists by Tonya Bolden
A Drawing in the Sand:A Story of African-American Art by Jerry Butler
artsy.net 
wikipedia.com
youtube.com
Kehinde Wiley: An Economy of Grace
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Group Class

$60

for 4 classes
4x per week, 1 week
45 min

Live video meetings
Ages: 8-13
2-10 learners per class

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