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Fall 2020

The first stop on our journey are the cultures of ancient Mexico. We will draw inspiration from the mysterious Aztec ‘sun stone’, the giant stone heads of the Olmecs, and combine pop culture with pre-Columbian codices. Next, we take a look at the calaveras from Jose Posada and the influential muralism movement. Finally, we design color alebrije sculptures! For these fully virtual classes, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! Only one student needs to register per household. You will be required to create a Zoom profile and have internet connection to participate. Zoom accounts are free to join. Families provide their own supplies for this class. Supply lists will be sent out a week before the class starts. Instructor: Ms. de Robles and Mr. Foe

Thursdays, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Time: 1 to 2pm

Exploring the World of Avatar the Last Airbender- In this new illustration course, we will unpack the art and storytelling of Avatar the Last Airbender (ATLA). We will create our own avatars (markers), draw our own ATLA city (pencil/graphite), integrating human movement with ‘elemental bending’ (color pencil and water color), and create additional fine art illustrations (water color). Only one student needs to register per household. You will be required to create a Zoom profile and have internet connection to participate. Zoom accounts are free to join. Families provide their own supplies for this class. Supply list will be provided a week before the class starts. Instructor: Dr. David Moya

Thursdays, Oct. 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 Time: 1 to 2pm

The first stop on our journey is ancient Mexico. We will combine pop culture with pre-Columbian codices. Next, we look at the calaveras from Jose Posada and the influential muralism movement. Finally, we design color alebrije sculptures! For these fully virtual classes, our students will create works of art in paint, oil pastel and more! Only one student needs to register per household. You will be required to create a Zoom profile and have internet connection to participate. Zoom accounts are free to join. Families provide their own supplies for this class. Supply list will be provided a week before the class starts. Instructor: Ms. Marroquin.

Saturdays, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 Time: 10 to 11am

The first stop on our journey is ancient Mexico. We will combine pop culture with pre-Columbian codices. Next, we look at the calaveras from Jose Posada and the influential muralism movement. Finally, we design color alebrije sculptures! For these fully virtual classes, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! For these fully virtual classes, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! Only one student needs to register per household. You will be required to create a Zoom profile and have internet connection to participate. Zoom accounts are free to join. Families provide their own supplies for this class. Supply list will be provided a week before the class starts. Instructors: Ms. Larvin and Ms. Hutson

Saturdays, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 Time: 10 to 11am

The first stop on our journey is ancient Mexico. We will combine pop culture with pre-Columbian codices. Next, we look at the calaveras from Jose Posada and the influential muralism movement. Finally, we design color alebrije sculptures! For these fully virtual classes, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! Only one student needs to register per household. You will be required to create a Zoom profile and have internet connection to participate. Zoom accounts are free to join. Families provide their own supplies for this class. Supply list will be provided a week before the class starts. Instructor: Ms. Chapman

Saturdays, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 Time: noon to 1pm

The first stop on our journey is ancient Mexico. We will combine pop culture with pre-Columbian codices. Next, we look at the calaveras from Jose Posada and the influential muralism movement. Finally, we design color alebrije sculptures! For these fully virtual classes, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! Only one student needs to register per household. You will be required to create a Zoom profile and have internet connection to participate. Zoom accounts are free to join. Families provide their own supplies for this class. Supply list will be provided a week before the class starts. Instructor: Ms. Day and Ms. Williams

Saturdays, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 Time: 2 to 3pm

In this course you will be learning how to draw caricatures by our very own Mrs. Chapman, a former caricature artist! You will create dynamic portraits, creepy creatures, and more. We will primarily be working in color pencil, marker, and graphite to create our cartoons and caricature. Only one student needs to register per household. You will be required to create a Zoom profile and have internet connection to participate. Zoom accounts are free to join. Families provide their own supplies for this class. Supply list will be provided a week before the class starts. Instructor: Ms. Chapman.

Saturdays, Oct. 3, 10, 17, 24 Time: 2 to 3pm

Our journey visits the cultures of ancient Mexico through looking at the giant stone heads of the Olmec and pre-Columbian codices. Next, we take a look at the calaveras from Jose Posada and the influential muralism movement. Finally, we design color alebrije sculptures! For these fully virtual classes, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! Only one student needs to register per household. You will be required to create a Zoom profile and have internet connection to participate. Zoom accounts are free to join. Families provide their own supplies for this class. Supply list will be provided a week before the class starts. Instructor: Ms. Eaton and Ms. Hilburn

Tuesdays, Oct. 6, 13, 20, 27, Nov. 3 Time: 5 to 6pm

Would you play with the Cat in the Hat? Every work of art created will be inspired by the wonderful works of Dr. Seuss. Students will create art work inspired by Cat in the Hat, If I Ran the Zoo, The Lorax, and There's a Wocket in my Pocket. Only one student needs to register per household. You will be required to create a Zoom profile and have internet connection to participate. Zoom accounts are free to join. Families provide their own supplies for this class. Supply list will be provided a week before the class starts. Instructor: Mr. Salazar and Mr. Womack

Wednesdays, Oct. 7, 14, 21, 28, Nov. 4 Time: 11am to noon