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Theatrical Art & Design

In this eight week course, we will study costume and prop design, scenic painting, and other types of visual art and their intersections with theatrical performance, exploring the history of these arts and trying them out ourselves!
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55 minutes
per class
Once per week
over 8 weeks
year olds
learners per class
per learner - per class

How does aMulti-Daycourse work?

Meets multiple times at scheduled times
Live video chats, recorded and monitored for safety and quality
Discussions via classroom forum and private messages with the teacher
Great for engaging projects and interacting with diverse classmates from other states and countries

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Class Experience

Learners will engage with their peers in a community-building social space, become familiar with a variety of types of visual art and their intersections with theatrical storytelling, and create several types of new art throughout their time in this course, growing in their appreciation both of art and of their own creative abilities.
I have several years of experience working in the theatrical performing arts in a variety of ways, including studying theatrical design in college and working on the design and artistic development team of many theatrical productions. I have written curriculum for and taught various types of theatrical design courses, including classes focused on individual types of design as well as those studying specific artistic mediums and the development of artistic work. I love using classes such as these to offer students a new perspective on creating art and finding ways to use art. I love any opportunity to share with learners my passion for art, and love watching each of them discover their own passions and creative identities!
This course involves approximately 2 hours of homework outside of class each week. All work is individual, and is not graded. Feedback will be provided in class by both myself and fellow students in the class. Homework projects offered each week will culminate in each learner’s final project at the end of the eight week course. Please see more specific explanations and an outline for the homework involved in this course in the line labeled HW (HomeWork) on the schedule above in “Class Experience”.
In order to participate in class art-making explorations and to complete homework projects between class sessions, learners will need access to the following list of supplies. However, if any supplies are not accessible to your family, learners can absolutely still participate to whatever extent they are able and find substitutions for supplies! White paper Pencil(s) Construction paper (variety of colors) Watercolors Acrylic paints Paintbrushes Crayons OR Colored Pencils Ruler Glue Stick OR White/Craft Glue Scissors Brief (supervised) access to a camera and/or device with photographic capabilities
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 1 - 2 hours per week outside of class.
One of the assignments in this course will ask learners to take several photographs of colored and textured surfaces around the house. It is recommended that these pictures are taken on a device with photographic capabilities under parental supervision. Learners will be asked to take their own pictures rather than search for any on the internet.
Additionally, several projects in the course will involve the use of art supplies including paint, scissors, and glue. It is recommended that parents supervise learners in choosing a place to work and covering surfaces to protect them from paint and glue. Projects in this course will also use Google Docs, which is a free online word processor that is approved by Outschool. If you have not used Google Docs in the past, it will prompt you to create an account upon beginning to use it. If you have a gmail email address, you can use that account! Further instructions will be provided in project descriptions, and more information can be found about Outschool's approved third-party apps on their website!


About Me

Welcome to Outschool! I am Megan, a lifelong learner, educator, and theatre and music artist. I studied theatre and music at Seattle Pacific University, where I graduated with my Bachelor of Arts in Theatre Education. I am currently in graduate... 
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