November 5, 2019

School Holiday Workshop: Election Day: Ages 5-10

Students will spend their day off from school in another school, Art School! Students will first learn about and discuss the work of contemporary artists. Then, they will explore materials and compositional elements using the techniques and concepts derived from the works of the artists they studied.

Each class session is unique, covering the work of different artists and techniques.

Tuition

$60.00 per session

Days

Tuesday, November 5

Additional Information
  • Before-care begins at 9 a.m. for students enrolled in morning workshops.
  • After-care ends at 5 p.m. for students enrolled in afternoon workshops.
  • Supervised lunch break is available for students enrolled in both morning and afternoon workshops (please bring a nut-free brown bag lunch).

Advance registration required.

 

Sessions

Ages 5-7:

10am-12:30pm

 

1:30-4pm

Ages 8-10:

10am-12:30pm

 

1:30-4pm

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