Screen Printing

middle + high school classes

our winter semester runs from jan 3 - april 5

*There is no class feb 20-24 for midwinter break*

registration open now for the winter semester!

FAQ

weekend classes

portfolio development 

with rosie

Ages: 6th-8th Graders

Class Time: 1:30-3:00pm

Dates: Every Sunday, 1/8/23 - 4/2/23*

*No class 2/19 or 2/26 for Midwinter Break

The goal of this class is to expand students’ creative skills, learn more about different media, and identify meaningful themes to develop a cohesive body of artwork. Throughout the process, students will learn how to create a strong portfolio that represents breadth and depth, how to choose and order images, and how to best prepare for the high school application process.

 

Students who took Portfolio Prep with us this fall can take this class as a continuation. This class is also appropriate for middle school students with a general interest in art who are not working toward a portfolio. 

$515

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Media exploration

with rosie

Ages: 6th-8th Graders

Class Time: 3:30-5:00pm

Dates: Every Sunday, 1/8/23 - 4/2/23*

*No class 2/19 or 2/26 for Midwinter Break

 

In this class students will explore a variety of media, including acrylic and watercolor paint, pencil and charcoal drawing, as well as sculpture. Students will have space to practice and improve their observational skills and also be inspired by different media to explore creating from their imagination.

This class is a great option for middle school students with a general interest in art, as well as students who have finished their portfolios and would like to continue building their artistic skills. 

THIS CLASS IS FULL

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9-12th grade classes:

We are interested in providing programming for 9-12th grade students!

All of the classes we have offered for this age group so far, however, have had no enrollment

so we are not offering any new classes this Fall.

If you are a 9th-12th grader interested in Art classes (or the parent of one), please email us!

We would love to get your input to create a class.