Saturday Art Workshops for Children
Grades K – 4 Accompanied by an Adult
11 – 12:30
January 25, 2014, 11 am
Origami Architecture with Ken Wilkie – In the 1980s an architecture professor in Japan combined traditional origami (paper folding) with the making of architectural models from paper. In this class, students will take his idea, fold and cut out standing 3D models using their names, the name of a favorite team or almost anything else.
February 1, 2014, 11 am
Surrealistic Glue Paintings with Jessica Sassaman – Come create your own surrealist glue painting inspired by Oscar Dominguez and Max Ernst. Students will explore how these artists found hidden pictures in their own creations! We will use the “Decalcomania” technique to create a painting based on shapes and lines.
February 8, 2014, 11 am
Glass Fusing with Leanne Purkis – Join us for this fun class where we will learn to use glass to make a design. Using colored pieces of glass, glass noodles and glass sprinkles we’ll create a unique glass piece. Glass pieces are then fired in a kiln to melt all of the elements together to create a lasting piece of fused glass art.
February 22, 2014, 11 am
Crazy Flakes with Susan Mitrano – What has 6 sides and is always unique? Inspired by the book Snowflake Bentley, students create their own colorful snowflake patterns.
Workshop Fee: Non-members: $15 per workshop, $12.50 sibling discount.
Members: $10 per workshop, $7.50 sibling discount.
All workshops are taught by art education professionals.
Class sizes are limited.
To download a pdf SatChildWkshps 2014 flyer