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For Students on the Autism Spectrum

Join us in our face to face pilot art class especially created for students on the autism spectrum. Pre-service art teachers and graduate behavioral psychology students will be working together to teach this brand-new class. We will read the beloved Dr. Seuss book "The Lorax" and create artwork inspired by the story. Students will learn about people's impact on the environment and what can be done about it. Students will use a variety of media like crayons, oil pastels, and markers to create wonderful works of art! All supplies will be provided. For grades Kinder through 5th. Instructor: Mrs. Lehnert. Class will comply with current COVID regulations on campus, see Safety Protocol information on the website for the Art School. ATTENTION: This is not a drop-off event. A caregiver is expected to be present during the time of instruction. For students who are able to work independently, seating is available outside the classroom.

Saturday, May 22, 2021 Time: 10 to 11am

Mrs. Lehnert

Join us in this face to face pilot art class specially created for students on the autism spectrum. Pre-service art teachers and graduate behavioral psychology students will be working together to teach this brand-new class. Colors are everywhere! We use color to identify all sorts of things from signs to clothing. Students will learn what color is, why primary colors are important, and how we use colors in different ways. We will then create a collage using scrap paper that reflects the student's three favorite colors. Students will identify these colors in magazine clippings and add those to their collage, creating a dynamic and colorful image. All materials provided. Instructor: Ms. Chapman. Class will comply with current COVID regulations on campus, for details see the Safety Protocol information on the website for the Art School. ATTENTION: This is not a drop-off event. A caregiver is expected to be present during the time of instruction. For students who are able to work independently, seating is available outside the classroom.

Saturday, May 22, 2021 Time: 12 to 1:30pm

Ms. Chapman

June and July 2021 Art Classes

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. All materials are provided. Children are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. Instructor: Ms. Chapman

June 7, 8, 9,10 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Chapman

Are you interested in movies, history, games, or even sports? In Museum Maker, students work collaboratively as they conduct research to create mini-exhibits based on their own personal interests. Their exhibits will be displayed in our scale museum model, which contains museum pedestals, moveable walls, and hardwood floors! Students will create dioramas they can bring home to showcase their exhibits. We will create mini paintings, sculptures, prints, and more! All materials will be provided. For grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Dr. David Moya

June 7, 8, 9, 10 Time: 9am to noon

Dr. Moya

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. 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: Mrs. Lehnert

June 7, 8, 9, 10 Time: 10am to 11am

Mrs. Lehnert

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. 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. Lehnert

June 7, 8, 9, 10 Time: noon to 1pm

Mrs. Lehnert

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. Student will create a variety of characters and stories through drawings, paintings, and sculptures. For grades Kinder through 5th. All materials are provided. Children are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. Instructor: Ms. Marroquin

June 7, 8, 9, 10 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Marroquin

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. Grades 5 to 8. All materials are provided. Instructor: Ms. Chapman

June 7, 8, 9, 10 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Chapman

This face to face class is limited to children who attend the Armand Bayou Montessori school. Join us as we learn about the culture and arts of ancient Egypt! Projects may include sculpting a scarab from clay, creating hieroglyphics, and painting ships on the Nile. For these face to face classes, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! Grades K-5. All supplies provided for work on-site. Instructor: Mrs. Wang

Fridays, June 11, 18, 25, July 2, 16, 23, 30 August 6 Time: 1 to 2pm

Mrs. Wang

In this face to face 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. Students are expected to attend this class without their parents. For Grades Kinder through 5th grade. Instructor: Ms. Marroquin

June 14, 15, 16, 17 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Marroquin

Art can move us. So how about we move some art! In this workshop we will explore Automata, a Greek word that means, “self-acting.” Using our imagination and some simple supplies we will create artwork that can move in a singular motion (up and down, let and right, spin, etc.). Prepare yourself, you will create magic and wow your friends and family with your creation! Part I is a different curriculum from Part II. All materials provided. Instructor: Ms. Chapman

June 14, 15, 16, 17 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Chapman

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. 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. Lehnert

June 14, 15, 16, 17 Time: 10 to 11am

Mrs. Lehnert

From comic heroes to the anti-hero, students create small works of art the size of trading cards. By the end of the workshop you will have a deck inspired by the characters of your liking and in a variety of art materials. 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. For grades 5-8. Instructor: Ms. Lehnert

June 14, 15, 16, 17 Time: noon to 1pm

Mrs. Lehnert

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. All materials are provided. Children are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. Instructor: Ms. Hutson

June 14, 15, 16, 17 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Hutson

In this course, students will integrate art with STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). Students will create paintings based on cell biology, invent a book that also serves as storage, design a polyhedral form, and produce a 3-D illustration. All materials will be provided. Part 1 is a different curriculum than Part 2. Grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Dr. David Moya

June 14, 15, 16, 17 Time: 1 to 4pm

Dr. Moya

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. All materials are provided. Children are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 21, 22, 23, 24 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Johnson

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 are included. Grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Ms. De Robles.

June 21, 22, 23, 24 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. De Robles

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. 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: Mrs. Lehnert

June 21, 22, 23, 24 Time: 10 to 11am

Mrs. Lehnert

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. 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. Part 1 is not required to enroll in Part 2. The lessons are different. Instructor: Ms. Lehnert

June 21, 22, 23, 24 Time: noon to 1pm

Mrs. Lehnert

Join us as we learn about the culture and arts of this ancient realm! Projects may include sculpting a scarab from clay, creating hieroglyphics, and painting ships on the Nile. For these face to face classes, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! Grades K-5. Students are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. All supplies provided for work on-site. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

June 21, 22, 23, 24 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Johnson

From comic heroes to the anti-hero, students create small works of art the size of trading cards. By the end of the workshop you will have a deck inspired by the characters of your liking and in a variety of art materials. All materials are provided. Instructor: Ms.Chapman

June 21, 22, 23, 24 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Chapman

The first stop on our journey is ancient Mexico. We will draw inspiration from the mysterious Aztec ‘sunstone’, 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 face to face classes, our students will create works of art in clay, paint, oil pastel and more! All materials are provided. Students attend this class on their own without their parents. Instructor: Marroquin

June 28, 29, 30, July 1 Time:9am to noon

Marroquin

Creatures live everywhere. From movies to under the bed, and even in our dreams, they reside. We will explore the world of creature making and puppeteering. In this class we will create our own puppet creatures. We will use a number of different items to create fantastic puppet creatures. Part 1 is a separate curriculum from Part 2. All materials provided. Grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Chapman

June 28, 29, 30, July 1 Time: 9am to noon

Chapman

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. Student will create a variety of characters and stories through drawings, paintings, and sculptures. For grades Kinder through 5th. 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. Lehnert

June 28, 29, 30, July 1 Time: 10 to 11am

Mrs. Lehnert

Ghost stories, epics, and tall-tales serve as inspiration for this art card series. Students create small scale works of art in a variety of art media. For grades 5th through 8th. 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. Lehnert

June 28, 29, 20, July 1 Time: noon to 1pm

Mrs. Lehnert

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. All materials are provided. Children are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. For grades Kinder through 5th. Instructor: Ms. Long

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

Long

In this course, students will integrate art with STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics). We will create nature paintings using the golden ratio, design an architectural form, make x-ray photograms, and draw symbols inspired by sacred geometry. This does not repeat STEM and ART Part 1. Nor is Part 1 required to attend Part 2. All materials are provided. For Grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Dr. David Moya

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

Moya

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. All materials are provided. Children are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. Instructor: Chapman

July 12, 13, 14, 15 Time: 9am to noon

Chapman

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 provided. For grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Ms. Medellin

July 12, 13, 14, 15 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Medellin

The first stop on our journey is ancient Mexico. We will draw inspiration from the mysterious Aztec ‘sunstone’, 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 face to face 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. Lehnert

July 12, 13, 14, 15 Time: 10 to 11am

Mrs. Lehnert

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. Student will create a variety of characters and stories through drawings, paintings, and sculptures. For grades Kinder through 5th. 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. Part 1 is not needed to enroll in Part 2. Lessons do not repeat from Part 1. Instructor: Ms. Lehnert

July 12, 13, 14, 15 Time: noon to 1pm

Mrs. Lehnert

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. Student will create a variety of characters and stories through drawings, paintings, and sculptures. For grades Kinder through 5th. All materials are provided. Children are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. Instructor: Ms. Larvin

July 12, 13, 14, 15 Time: 1 to 4pm

Larvin

Art can move us. So how about we move some art! In this workshop we will explore Automata, a Greek word that means, “self-acting.” Using our imagination and some simple supplies we will create artwork that can move in a singular motion (up and down, let and right, spin, etc.). Prepare yourself, you will create magic and wow your friends and family with your creation! We continue to explore the world of moving art and will create a new work that can move in multiple ways. Part I is not required to enroll in Part II, and does not repeat the Part I curriculum. All materials provided. Instructor: Chapman

July 12, 13, 14, 15 Time: 1 to 4pm

Chapman

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. Children are expected to attend this class on their own about their parents. All materials provided. Part I is separate from the Part II curriculum. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

July 19, 20, 21, 22 Time: 9am to noon

Ms. Johnson

In the 2-D design course, students will create projects in printmaking, 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. Instructor: TBA.

July 19, 20, 21, 22 Time: 9am to noon

TBA

The first stop on our journey is ancient Mexico. We will draw inspiration from the mysterious Aztec ‘sunstone’, 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 face to face 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. Part 1 is not required to enroll in Part 2 and we do not repeat previous lessons. Instructor: Ms. Lehnert

July 19, 20, 21, 22 Time: 10 to 11am

Mrs. Lehnert

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. 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: Mrs. Lehnert

July 19, 20, 21, 22 Time: noon to 1pm

Mrs. Lehnert

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. All materials are provided. Children are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. Instructor: Ms. Johnson

July 19, 20, 21, 22 Time: 1 to 4pm

Ms. Johnson

Ghost stories, epics, and tall-tales serve as inspiration for this art card series. Students create small scale works of art in a variety of art media. All materials will be provided. For grades 5 through 8. Instructor: Ms. Larvin

July 19, 20, 21, 22 Time: 1 to 4pm

Larvin

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. All materials are provided. Children are expected to attend this class on their own without their parents. Instructor: Ms. Marroquin

July 26, 27, 28, 29 Time: 9am to noon

Marroquin

Creatures live everywhere. From movies to under the bed, and even in our dreams, they reside. We will explore the world of creature making and puppeteering. In this class we will create our own puppet creatures. We will use a number of different items to create fantastic puppet creatures. In this workshop we will explore the world of costume design. Students will create head wear for a costume. (helmet, crown, creature hat, mask etc.) Workshop I is not required to enroll in this workshop, nor does it repeat the first class. All materials provided. For grades 5 to 8. Instructor: Ms. Chapman.

July 26, 27, 28, 29 Time: 9am to noon

Chapman

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. 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. For grades 5 through 8. Instructor: Ms. Lehnert

July 26, 27, 28, 29 Time: 10 to 11am

Mrs. Lehnert

When most people hear Texas, their thoughts usually go to The Alamo, sport teams, and long horn steer. Many are unaware of all the amazing art that is available to the public, be it in a museum or created locally and sold at festivals all over the state. In every little corner, be it history, churches, homes, and the state capital, art is everywhere in Texas. Texas is not limited in genre either. From the symbols that represent our great state, to festivals, music, food, and campaigns and organizations, Texans spread their creative wings. In this series we will work in different mediums whilst learning about the little things that make Texas so big! Student will use clay, paint and drawing materials to express their ideas. 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. Part 1 is not required to enroll in Part 2. Lessons do not repeat from Part 1. Instructor: Ms. Lehnert

July 26, 27, 28, 29 Time: noon to 1pm

Mrs. Lehnert

Students learn from the great modern artists of Calder, Moore, Giacometti, Kandinsky, Stella and more. Art works are created in clay, painting, printmaking, and drawing. Part I is not required to take Part II and the curriculum is different. Children are expected to attend classes on their own without their parents. All materials are provided. Instructor: TBA

July 26, 27, 28, 29 Time: 1 to 4pm

TBA

Printmaking allows you to create multiples of an original image. You will make so much artwork you will easily be able to share unique works of art with family and friends! Students will have the opportunity to explore the media of linocut, collagraph, and collage. Students will discuss various artists and cultures to influence the work they create. For Grades 6 trhough 12. All materials are provided. Instructor: Ms. Larvin

July 26, 27, 28, 29 Time: 1 to 4pm

Larvin

Art for Educators: Summer Studio Workshops 2021

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. This face to face workshop will follow current COVID protocol on campus including wearing masks and social distancing.

All major supplies are provided. Recommended supplies for Printmaking: Sketches and a blank t-shirt(s)

July 19 9AM -5PM; July 20 9AM -5PM; July 21 9AM -5PM

Lauren Kussro

You will be introduced to the brazing process. You will be fabricating with steel and brass rod to create a linear form that has volume and mass. You will be using a Propylene Torch and will be working outside under cover (No open toed footwear, shorts and t-shirts are appropriate). The sculpture can be abstract, realistic, representational, organic, minimal, or an extension to your current artistic explorations. Studios well be open after hours, so you can work well into the evening. This face to face workshop will follow current UHCL campus COVID protocols including mask wearing and social distancing.

All major supplies are provided. Required for Sculpture: No open toed footwear, shorts and t-shirts are appropriate.

July 19 9AM -5PM; July 20 9AM -5PM; July 21 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. This face to face workshop will follow current UHCL campus protocols regarding COVID including mask wearing and social distancing.

Special Note: Work made during this session may not be fully fired or finished by the end of the workshop, but can be picked up by arrangement.

Recommended supplies for Ceramics: basic ceramic tools, an apron and closed toed shoes

July 19 9AM -5PM; July 20 9AM -5PM; July 21 9AM -5PM

Clay Leonard