We offer mini-sessions of classes for when kids are on break from school. In these classes, students explore subjects such as weaving, sewing, embroidery, printing, felting and dyeing. Each day is dedicated to a full project, and supplemented with organized play time.
Two hours of creative fun for children age 4-10. We provide art supplies and snacks. Each week, the children will leave with a wonderful innovative art project. Note: Classes are taught in the lower levels of GLLAM (Gallery La La Artisan Market). GLLAM is a boutique/gallery in Soho featuring the work of Independent Designers.
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Students will have an opportunity to practice photography and collaborate with Museum professionals to create an exhibition of their work. Drawing inspiration from the Museum’s renowned photography collection and working under the direction of a professional photographer, each student will photograph the major elements of the city, including its
In this inspiring, entertaining and creatively engaging after school kids art class, your child will build self-confidence and have FUN while creating artistic masterpieces with our warm and enthusiastic art instructors. Children will: Receive nurturing, one-on-one encouragement from expert art instructorsEnjoy our small class sizes that we’re f
Learn the fundamentals of cartooning & comic strip illustration the way the professionals do it. Emphasis on anatomy setup, character profile, and design. Pencil, inks, and color techniques are applied along with development of creative panel, dialogue, and storytelling. Students can pick comic strips in any genre they wish – epic, dramatic,
Learn the fundamentals of objective still life drawing. Students will develop compositions incorporating the second and third dimensions via placement of a horizon line.
Students attending this class will learn to create unique ceramic pieces using traditional pottery techniques, including pinching, coils, and slabs. Children create functional pottery as well as sculptural pieces.
Our 3-hour fall workshops take place from 9:00AM – Noon and are for kids ages 4.5 and up. During these sessions, we will focus on special children’s art projects such as mask-making, puppet-making, clay building & and papier mache. Kids will have a blast while learning about art and expanding their creativity.
Students explore soft sculpture, turning wool into bright and fun textile projects through wet and dry felting and needle arts. Whether it is decorative, functional, or a toy to play with, the sky is the limit.
Learn the fundamentals of perspective points. Students study two and three dimensional techniques and are given projects which finalize a constructive format. Draft drawing, measurements, and grid layouts are applied. Designing aspects are also given for a unique art deco look. Materials are provided
Let your child discover their creativity by introducing them to the basics of drawing & painting. In this class, they will explore different types of painting & drawing materials. With guidance, they will learn basic techniques & create their own original art. All materials supplied.
Learn how to utilize varying grades of graphite and pencil, from light to medium to dark. Establish fine shading techniques and hone fine pencil mechanics through still life and objective studies.
Students attending this class will enjoy a day in the art studio for exciting art projects inspired by the lively, colorful worlds of artists Jack Goldstein and Barbara Bloom. Free with museum admission.
Do you like making your own weird movies? Or coming up with things no one has ever seen before? In this workshop, we will experiment with live analog cameras to create video art. We will be working as a team to film, narrate, and edit videos in real time.
Students attending this class will be engage with artworks through exciting activities and gallery tours that focus on a new theme every third Sunday of the month. Schedule of activities:February 17: picturing placesMarch 17: Objects reimaginedApril 21: Word play
Children will develop verbal, problem solving and classroom skills while having lots of messy fun! Mess it Up II combines sensory free play, group and solo science experiments, storytelling, and simple process-oriented projects in order to create a rich learning experience for all children. Thematic elements are incorporated such as nature, season
Kids will learn how to build a terrarium with an air plant, colored sands and their choice of a selection of whimsical decorative accent. Classes include:Materials to build terrarium including plantGift box for finished terrariumCare instructions for plant
Learn the fundamentals of creative portfolio development through observation of still life and portraits. Have a strong, constructive, and confident collection for your high school entry. Practice for application exams is applied.
Stop motion animation is a type of filmmaking through which one can create moving images of real objects. This is similar to the animation of cartoons, but using a combination of real objects and drawings.
Comic Art, also known as Cartooning or Sequential Art, is a vital part of not only pop-culture, but much of human history as we know it!