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SUMMER 2022 UHCL Campus

Fall down the rabbit hole into a world of “WONDERful” art. We will explore our imaginations and create surrealistic art inspired by Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movies. The classes will collaborate to create their very own rabbit hole, while individual classes will create a mad hatter’s hat, recreate the tea party scene, and more. All materials will be provided. For grades K through 5th. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 6, 7, 8, 9 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Johnson

Fall down the rabbit hole into a world of “WONDERful” art. We will explore our imaginations and create surrealistic art inspired by Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movies. The classes will collaborate to create their very own rabbit hole, while individual classes will create a mad hatter’s hat, recreate the tea party scene, and more. All materials will be provided.For grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Ms. Larvin

June 6, 7, 8, 9 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Larvin

This summer our students will draw inspiration from the movies! We will study different film genres in order to promote creativity. Children in these classes focus on creating an accordion book for storytelling using drawing, painting and sculpture techniques. For children K through 5th grade. All materials provided. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 6, 7, 8, 9 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Johnson

Calling all Manga and Anime fans! In this class, we will be creating our own anime illustrations, from sketch to final ink, using a variety of drawing tools like graphite pencils, alcohol markers, and ink pens. Students will be guided through exercises in character design, page layout, and research in art history. All materials are provided. For grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Ms. Larvin

June 6, 7, 8, 9 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Larvin

In the 2-D design course, students will create projects in painting and drawing. An emphasis is placed on technique and research, as students are encouraged to develop artwork that reflects their interests.For Grades 7-12. All materials included. Instructor: Ms. Gonzalez

June 6, 7, 8, 9 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Gonzalez

Students explore the Art of Space. We'll create our own original artwork using clay paint, pastels, markers and crayons. Projects may include creating a spaceship in clay, drawing a Mars landscape in oil pastels and designing a flight patch for a future mission. All materials included. For Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 6, 7, 8, 9 Time: 5 to 6:30pm

Ms. Johnson

Students in the class will be inspired by Space Exploration! We will create with clay, paint, oil pastels, markers and more. Lessons including designing a mission patch, imagining a Marscape and sculpting a rocket of clay. This class is limited to children attending the Armand Bayou Montessori school. For children in the Early Childhood program.

Fridays June 10, 17, 24, July 1, 15, 22, 29, August 5 Time: TBA

Mrs. Wang

Students in the class will be inspired by Space Exploration! We will create with clay, paint, oil pastels, markers and more. Lessons including designing a mission patch, imagining a Marscape and sculpting a rocket of clay. This class is limited to children attending the Armand Bayou Montessori school. For children Kinder through 5th grade.

Fridays: June 10, 17, 24, July 1, 15, 22, 29, August 5 Time: TBA

Mrs. Wang

Do you like Green Eggs and Ham? Well, we sure do! Every work of art created will be inspired by the wonderful works of Dr. Seuss. Students will create a variety of characters and stories through drawings, paintings, and sculptures. All materials provided for in class use. For Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 13, 14, 15, 16 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Johnson

This summer our students will draw inspiration from the movies! We will study different film genres in order to promote creativity. Children in these classes focus on creating an accordion book for storytelling, drawing, painting and sculpture techniques. For grades 5 through 8. All materials included. Instructor: Ms. Larvin.

June 13, 14, 15, 16 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Larvin

Fall down the rabbit hole into a world of “WONDERful” art. We will explore our imaginations and create surrealistic art inspired by Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movies. The classes will collaborate to create their very own rabbit hole, while individual classes will create a mad hatter’s hat, recreate the tea party scene, and more. All materials will be provided. For grades K through 5th. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 13, 14, 15, 16 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Johnson

Fall down the rabbit hole into a world of “WONDERful” art. We will explore our imaginations and create surrealistic art inspired by Tim Burton’s Alice in Wonderland movies. The classes will collaborate to create their very own rabbit hole, while individual classes will create a mad hatter’s hat, recreate the tea party scene, and more. All materials will be provided.For grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Ms. Larvin

June 13, 14, 15, 16 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Larvin

We will create projects in a variety of media including painting, collage, printmaking, and more. Students will discuss various artists and cultures to influence the work they create. For grades 7 through 12. All materials included. Instructor: Ms. Gonzalez

June 13, 14, 15, 16 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Gonzalez

Students learn from the great modern artists Matisse, Picasso, Delaunay and Miro. Using masterpieces for inspiration, children may create through painting, printmaking, drawing and sculpting clay. For Grades K-5. All materials are included. Note that Modern Masters Part 2 will explore different artists. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 13, 14, 15, 16 Time: 5 to 6:30pm

Ms. Johnson

Students explore the Art of Space. We'll create their own original artwork using clay paint, pastels, markers and crayons. Projects may include creating a spaceship in clay, drawing a Mars landscape in oil pastels and designing a flight patch for a future mission. All materials included. For Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 20, 21, 22, 23 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Johnson

In this course, students will integrate Art with special topics related to the Space program. Projects may include rendering a moonscape, designing a mission patch, and sculpting a new type of space transport. For grades 7-12. All materials included. Instructor: Ms. DeRobles

June 20, 21, 22, 23 Time: 9am to noon

DeRobles

The Art of Eric Carle. Have you read the Very Hungry Caterpillar? Every work of art created will be inspired by the wonderful works of Eric Carle. Students will create a variety of characters and stories through drawings, paintings, and sculptures. All materials provided. For students grades Kinder through 5th. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 20, 21, 22, 23 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Johnson

In this course, students will be working on larger scale paintings to create a collaborative mural. Students will be encouraged to work independently and together while applying creative art making principles. All materials will be supplied for in class use. For students grades 7 through 12. Instructor: Ms. Gereghty

June 20, 21, 22, 23 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Gereghty

Do you like Green Eggs and Ham? Well, we sure do! Every work of art created will be inspired by the wonderful works of Dr. Seuss. Students will create a variety of characters and stories through drawings, paintings, and sculptures. All materials provided for in class use. For Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 20, 21, 22, 23 Time: 5 to 6:30pm

Ms. Johnson

Children in these grades participate in classes that focus on art and life of the Southwest. They learn about the artworks and respond by creating drawings, paintings and sculptures. Highlights include study of Maria Martinez, Georgia O'Keeffe and more. All materials are included. For children Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Mrs. Lehnert

June 27, 28, 29, 30 Time: 9am to noon

Mrs. Lehnert

In the 2-D design course, students will create projects in painting and drawing. An emphasis is placed on technique and research, as students are encouraged to develop artwork that reflects their interests.All materials are provided. For grades 5 through 8. Instructor: Ms. Gonzalez

June 27, 28, 29, 30 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Gonzalez

Join us for an artful trip around the world! From the diverse animals of Chile, to the rich history of Tanzania Makonde art, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! All materials included. For Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. Sivley

June 27, 28, 29, 30 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Sivley

We will create our very own pinata using a variety of sculptural techniques. Students will discuss various artists and cultures to influence the pinata they create. All materials provided. For grades 5-8. Instructor: Ms. Valdez

June 27, 28, 29, 30 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Valdez

In this course, we look at a variety of book making techniques to create original works of art. We will utilize drawing, painting, and printmaking techniques to express student interest. There is an emphasis on student creative planning and studio thinking. All supplies will be provided for in class use. Instructor: Ms. Cloran. For grades 7 through 12.

June 27, 28, 29, 30 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Cloran

This summer our students will draw inspiration from the movies! We will study different film genres in order to promote creativity. Children in these classes focus on creating an accordion book for storytelling using drawing, painting and sculpture techniques. For children K through 5th grade. All materials provided. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 27, 28, 29, 30 Time: 5 to 6:30pm

Ms. Johnson

Join us for an artful trip around the world! From the diverse animals of Chile, to the rich history of Tanzania Makonde art, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! All materials included. For Kinder through 5th. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

July 11, 12, 13, 14 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Johnson

In this multi media course, students will create art projects based on the hit video and trading card game: Pokemon. We will paint, sculpt, draw, and design our own Pokemon creations. (Different projects from previous classes). All materials provided. For Grades 5-8. Instructor: Dr. Moya

July 11, 12, 13, 14 Time: 9am to noon

Dr. Moya

Students create a variety of artworks inspired by the alphabet. Storybooks and artwork serve as connections to stimulate our young artists. All materials are provided. For grades Kinder and 1st. Instructor: Ms. Gregory

July 11, 12, 13, 14 Time: 1 to 4pm

Gregory

Calling all Manga and Anime fans! In this class, we will be creating our own anime illustrations, from sketch to final ink, using a variety of drawing tools like graphite pencils, alcohol markers, and ink pens. Students will be guided through exercises in character design, page layout, and research in art history. All materials are provided. For Grades 5-8. Instructor: Ms. DeLeon.

July 11,12,13,14 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. DeLeon

Students will become familiarized with the illustration software Procreate as they learn from professional illustrator and UHCL alum, Ms. Kylie Sivley. We will work on illustration projects that will give you the skills, tips, and tricks to navigate this popular illustration tool. Tablets and other materials will be supplied for in class use. Instructor: Ms. Sivley.

July 11, 12, 13, 14 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Sivley

Students explore the Art of Space. We'll create their own original artwork using clay paint, pastels, markers and crayons. Projects may include creating a spaceship in clay, drawing a Mars landscape in oil pastels and designing a flight patch for a future mission. All materials included. For Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

July 11, 12, 13, 14 Time: 5 to 6:30pm

Ms. Johnson

Students create their own original art, inspired by the art and culture of Japan, using clay, paints, paper, oil pastels, markers and crayons. Lessons may include netsuke figures, haiku, kites and the tea ceremony. All supplies are included. For students Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

July 18, 19, 20, 21 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Johnson

Students learn from the great modern artists of Matisse, Mondrian, Delaunay, Picasso, Miro, and more. Art works are created in clay, painting, printmaking, and drawing. For Grades 5-8. All materials are included. Instructor: Ms. DeLeon

July 18, 19, 20, 21 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. De leon

Join us for an artful trip around the world! From the diverse animals of Chile, to the rich history of Tanzania Makonde art, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! All supplies provided. For grades K through 5th. Instructor: Ms. DeLeon

July 18, 19, 20, 21 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. DeLeon

Students explore the Art of Space. We'll create their own original artwork using clay, paint, pastels, markers and crayons. Projects may include creating a spaceship in clay, drawing a Mars landscape in oil pastels and designing a flight patch for a future mission. For Grades 5-8. All materials included. Instructor: Ms. Cloran

July 18, 19, 20, 21 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Cloran

In this printmaking course, students will create series of prints using monotype, linocut, and collagraphs. All materials provided. For grades 7 through 12. Instructor: TBA

July 18, 19, 20, 21 Time: 1 to 4pm

TBA

Students learn about the great modern artists Calder, Kandinsky, Stella and Giacometti. Using masterpieces for inspiration, children may create through painting, printmaking, drawing and sculpting clay. For Grades K-5. All materials are included.This does not repeat the lessons in Modern Masters Part I. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

July 18, 19, 20, 21 Time: 5 to 6:30pm

Ms. Johnson

Come join all things fiber! In this class, we will explore weaving, learn about the Amish knot, create a yarn painting, and work on a collaborative fibers project. All materials will be provided. Grades 5 - 8. Instructor: Ms. Larvin

July 18, 19, 20, 21 Time: 5 to 6:30pm

Ms. Larvin

Join us for an artful trip around the world! From the diverse animals of Chile, to the rich history of Tanzania Makonde art, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! All supplies included. For students Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. Gregory

July 25, 26, 27, 28 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Gregory

Students will explore a variety of painting media (acrylic, watercolor, and gauche) with an emphasis in developing technique. Guided exercises are used to improve student understanding of color theory, color mixing, and blending. Portrait, landscape, and design projects are created throughout the course. All materials are included. For grades 5-8. Instructor: Ms. DeLeon.

July 25, 26, 27, 28 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. DeLeon

In this class, our students draw, paint, and sculpt the rich art history of the Pacific. From beautiful tapa cloth patterns to the mysterious moai (giant head sculptures) of Rapa Nui, students create inspired artwork in a variety of media. All materials are provided. For Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. DeLeon

July 25, 26, 27, 28 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. DeLeon

Students will explore a variety of drawing media with an emphasis in developing technique. Guided exercises are used to improve student understanding of proportions, scale, and shading. Portraits, still-life, and design projects are created throughout the course. All materials included. For grades 5-8. Instructor: Ms. Gregory

July 25, 26, 27, 28 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Gregory

Students will create digital paintings, digital collages, and other multi-media projects in this course. Photography principles and image editing techniques are used to assist your student in creating personal works of art. I pads will be available for in class use. For grades 7 through 12. Instructor: Ms. Sivley

July 25, 26, 27, 28 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Sivley

The Art of Eric Carle. Have you read the Very Hungry Caterpillar? Every work of art created will be inspired by the wonderful works of Eric Carle. Students will create a variety of characters and stories through drawings, paintings, and sculptures. All materials provided. For students grades Kinder through 5th. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

July 25, 26, 27, 28 Time: 5 to 6:30pm

Ms. Johnson

For Students on the Autism Spectrum 2022

Students explore the art of space. We'll create original artwork using clay paint, pastels, markers and crayons. Projects may include creating a spaceship in clay, drawing a Mars landscape in oil pastels and designing a flight patch for a future mission. For students on the Autism spectrum Grades 6-12. All supplies included. Instructor: Ms. Hilburn. Attention: This is not a drop-off event. A caregiver is expected to be present during the time of instruction. For students who can work independently, seating is available outside the classroom. A digital screener will be sent prior to the start of class for you to share the abilities of your student. A special thank you to the UHCL Alumni Association for awarding the UHCL Art School with funding.

Fridays June 10, 17, 24, July 1, 15, 22, 29 Time: 10:30-noon

Ms. Hilburn

Students create a variety of artworks inspired by the alphabet. Storybooks and artwork serve as connections to stimulate our young artists. All materials provided. For students on the autism spectrum Kinder through 5th grade. Attention: This is not a drop-off event. A caregiver is expected to be present during the time of instruction. For students who can work independently, seating for family or caregiver is available outside the classroom. A digital screener will be sent prior to the start of class for you to share the abilities of your student. A special thank you to the UHCL Alumni Association for awarding the UHCL Art School with funding, which lowers our registration rate and allows for more support staff. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

Fridays, June 10, 17, 24, July 1, 15, 22, 29 Time: 11am to noon

Ms. Johnson

Join us for an artful trip around the world! From the diverse animals of Chile, to the rich history of Tanzania Makonde art, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! All supplies included. For students Kinder through 5th grade. Attention: This is not a drop-off event. A caregiver is expected to be present during the time of instruction. For students who can work independently, seating is available outside the classroom. A digital screener will be sent prior to the start of class for you to share the abilities of your student. A special thank you to the UHCL Alumni Association for awarding the UHCL Art School with funding, which lowers our registration rate and allows for more support staff. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

Fridays June 10, 17, 24, July 1, 15, 22, 29 Time:1 to 2pm

Ms. Johnson

In this session, we will be using animals as inspiration for our artwork. Class focus will be on animals found at the Houston Zoo and their environments. Classes may include clay sculpture, drawing, painting, or collage. This face to face class will be held on the UHCL Campus in the Arbor Main building with Ms. Hilburn for grades 6 through 12.

Attention: This is not a drop-off event. A caregiver is expected to be present during the time of instruction. For students who can work independently, seating is available outside the classroom. A digital screener will be sent prior to the start of class for you to share the abilities of your student. A special thank you to the UHCL Alumni Association for awarding the UHCL Art School with funding, which lowers our registration rate and allows for more support staff. Instructor: Ms. Hilburn

Fridays, June 10, 17, 24, July 1, 15, 22, 29 Time: 1 to 2:30pm

Ms. Hilburn

Art for Educators: Summer Studio Workshops 2022

You will explore a variety of mark-making, as well as the image generation of multiples - a unique aspect of printmaking. Everyone will have the opportunity to explore the media of monotype, linocut, and/or screenprint. Come prepared with some small drawings (or even a sketchbook) to use as references so you can jump right in to translating your images to print! Bring a blank t-shirt to print on as well. Studios well be open after hours, so you can work well into the evening.

July 25 9AM -5PM; July 26 9AM -5PM; July 27 9AM -5PM

Lauren Kussro

You will be introduced to a fully equipped woodshop facility. You will be fabricating in wood. The goal of this workshop is to teach you how to properly and safely use all the tools within the UHCL Sculpture woodshop. We will be learning to fabricate basic box and frame forms. Examples of projects will be wall/floor pedestals, boxed drawing/painting panels, frames, and canvas stretchers. Shorts or jeans, T-shirts, safety glasses, one N-95 dust mask, no open-toed shoes, and a sketchbook are recommended.

July 25 9AM -5PM; July 26 9AM -5PM; July 27 9AM -5PM

Jason Makepeace

Molds and Multiples: You will explore different ways to create and design form utilizing various molds including slump, hump, press, plaster, bisque, and slip-cast. Emphasis will be given to the vessel and utilitarian objects but will also highlight sculptural potentials. Studios well be open after hours, so you can work well into the evening.

July 25 9AM -5PM; July 26 9AM -5PM; July 27 9AM -5PM

Clay Leonard

Explore a variety of book arts techniques including accordion books, flag books, and star books. We will begin with a pamphlet stitched book and progress to more advanced structures. All materials will be provided, but participants are encouraged to bring source material if they would like to include it in their work. Small images, stickers, stamps found objects, ephemera, etc.

July 25 9AM -5PM; July 26 9AM -5PM; July 27 9AM -5PM

Janet Reynolds