Wednesdays, February 13 - April 3, 4:30-6pm

Discover Yourself: Ages 5-7

Discover new ways to express yourself! In this eight-week course, students will create works of art related to portraiture, self-expression, and identity. The elements of art will be emphasized as we use a variety of materials to create drawings, paintings, collages, and sculptures to illustrate our unique sense self. Students will also find inspiration as we look at artists from the past and present who explore ideas related to identity through their art.




Wednesdays, February 13 – April 3, 4:30-6pm


Arianna Pieragostini

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