|Jann of the Jungle #16, 1957|
Explore the subject of the graphic novel with comic books and manga by delving into the history of the medium and its influences on animation, anime, music, and film. Students will create their own graphic novel with focus on story structure and pencil and ink art. Sketchbook required.
Graffiti Art, Grades 6-9, Mondays:
In this class, the history and perceptions of graffiti will be used as inspiration for nique works of art completed with a variety of materials such as chalk, paint, colored pencils, and oil pastels. Students will create a final class collaborative piece for display at the New Art Center. A perfect class for budding artists who like to work BIG. Sketchbook required.
Architects' Building Studio, Grades 2-4, Wednesdays:
Bring your ideas to life in this fun class that moves from 2D into 3D. Using architecture and the built environment as our theme, students will develop their ideas in drawings, and then use their drawings as a basis for creating 3D models and sculptures. If you can imagine a world underwater, or a city of treehouses, this class is for you!
I'll post more announcements for future classes and events as the summer progresses!