Tuesdays / September 29 - October 27 / 4:30-5:30pm

Drawing & Mixed Media Exploration: Ages 8-10

This course provides students with foundational drawing skills as well as an understanding of mixed-media techniques. Students will enjoy experimenting with both traditional art materials as well as less expected ones. Students will learn to use line, value, perspective, gesture, and mark-making to create abstract and representational works, and will employ a variety of media to capture a variety of subjects. During this five-week course, students will be introduced to mixed-media techniques and materials through the works of artists past and present. Emphasis will be placed on process while students exercise their design vocabulary to produce finished works of art.


$175.00 including individual supply kits for each student


Tuesdays, September 29 – October 27, 4:30-5:30pm


Lindsey Kircher

Additional Information

The safety of the AAC community is our top priority. This is a small in-person art class that will have a maximum of 8 students. This class will be held primarily outside, onsite at AAC to maintain an open air environment as much as possible. Along with your class confirmation, you will receive AAC’s COVID policies prior to the start of class.

Advance registration is required.


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