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Junior Art Studio, Double the Fun: A Twice-A-Week Ongoing Class
In this ongoing course, we will be learning about famous artists and create a work of art similar to the masters through drawing, painting, or sculpture.
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Twice 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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In this ongoing class, students will learn about a new famous artist every week. Each class will include a brief introduction about the artist's life and the style the artist is best known for. The remainder of class will be used for guided work time. Students are encouraged to continue working on their masterpieces beyond class time, if needed. Students will generally be asked open-ended questions about what they think about famous art examples shown at the beginning of class. Students are...
I have been taking art classes since I was six years old and have always been passionate about this subject. I am an experienced elementary education teacher with a master's level of schooling. While earning my elementary education degree I had an emphasis on teaching the fine arts.
No homework is assigned, however, our classes will be focused on instruction and beginning an art project. Students will likely want to continue working on their art beyond class time.
August 31, 2021, Tuesday: a white piece of paper and either crayons or colored pencils September 2, 2021, Thursday: piece of construction paper folded in half (horizontally), white piece of paper cut in half (this will be glued to the front of our card), a glue stick, a black pen, pencil, and water color paints and a cup of water. If you do not have construction paper OR glue, your child can make a card using just the white paper. September 7, 2021, Tuesday: white drawing paper, pencil and eraser, coloring tools of choice (crayons, pencils, paint, etc.), and a mirror September 9, 2021, Thursday: tempura paints (red, yellow blue, white, and black), white drawing paper, and cotton swabs. Tempera paint is recommended because it will allow students to more easily invent new colors, HOWEVER, this project can be adapted for crayon if you do not have tempera paint on hand. September 14, 2021, Tuesday: a white piece of paper, a pencil, and watercolor paints September 16, 2021, Thursday: a white piece of paper, a pencil and eraser, a black marker, and coloring tools (e.g. crayons, markers, pencils, etc.) September 21, 2021, Tuesday: "The Scream" handout (or a blank piece of paper), a pencil and eraser, and coloring tools of choice September 23, 2021, Thursday: play-dough and a tools for molding (a paper clip, pencil, toothpick, or plastic utensils all work great). Please note play-doh may contain wheat, which could cause an allergic reaction if ingested in those sensitive to wheat gluten or with Celiac disease. September 28, 2021, Tuesday: white drawing paper, pencil and eraser, coloring tools of choice, glue stick, clippings of objects from magazines (2-5). Students may find pictures from newspapers, print clipart, etc. if no magazines are available. Objects should be varied. September 30, 2021, Thursday: white drawing paper, pencil and eraser, and coloring tools of choice October 5, 2021, Tuesday: white drawing paper or watercolor paper, pencil and eraser, and watercolor paints October 7, 2021, Thursday: white drawing paper, pencil and eraser, paint of choice, a photograph for reference (ideally will include the child doing a favorite activity with someone they love) *students can draw from memory if a photo is not available* October 12, 2021, Tuesday: drawing paper, pencil and eraser, coloring tools of choice October 19, 2021, Tuesday: drawing paper, pencil and eraser, tempera or acrylic paint, paintbrushes, still life items for reference (can include things such as a potted plant, fruit, vases, cups, or even simple toys) October 21, 2021, Thursday: white drawing paper, black permanent marker, and water color paints October 26, 2021, Tuesday: October 28, 2021, Thursday: November 2, 2021, Tuesday: November 4, 2021, Thursday: November 9, 2021, Tuesday: November 11, 2021: Thursday: November 16, 2021: Tuesday: November 18, 2021: Thursday:
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1 hour 20 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
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Hello! My name is Olivia and I am a dedicated lifelong learner. I wanted to learn so many things when I started college, I ended up with three degrees. I have a bachelor's degree in Anthropology with a focus on Archaeology, and a bachelor's...