Art Studio Workshops – Middle School
PROPOSED DATES AND TIMES OF CLUB
The club will meet for a total of six three-week workshops and is open to all middle school students with a cap on each workshop at 12 students.
The club meets from 2:30 – 3:30 on Monday afternoons
Students participate in the Spring Art Show in May by displaying their personal art created in the club workshops.
PURPOSE OF CLUB
The purpose of the Middle School Art Club is to expand the program to include students at PK who are not able to take the regularly scheduled art classes. It also offers the opportunity for students who have a strong interest in art to participate in art activities beyond the middle school wheel offerings.
This club offers more in-depth learning experiences of historically important artists, art techniques, and creative processes.
The club will be presented in “Workshops” that are directly related to an individual artist and artist style.
In conjunction with the ongoing art projects all Middle school art students are welcome to participate in our open art studio time.
The open studio time is set aside for currently enrolled art students who would like/need individual assistance with class projects.
REQUIREMENTS OF CLUB
Middle School Students 6 – 8th Grades
Students must have parental/guardian permission to participate in the workshops. Permission slips and workshop details are available in the Middle School Art Room. Listen to the morning announcements for details for workshops offered each semester.
Students sign up to attend the workshops they are interested in; they are not required to attend all workshops but most students’ do.
Students are required to attend all sessions of each workshop they sign up for.
Homage to Friendship
Come join us as we pay tribute to friendships in the art world! We will explore the idea of Picasso hanging out with Chagall as his cat sitting on the windowsill in the beautiful city of Paris! What would you see outside of your window that will inspire you to paint?
September 11th, 25th, and October 2nd.
How Does It Feel! – Photography and Collage Workshop
With cameras in hand we will explore textures in nature and manmade objects all around our P.K. Campus. We will explore the work of artist John Mitchell and his famous Shot Gun Houses creating a masterpiece collage of our very own neighborhoods!
October 16th, 23rd, and 30th.
Hands On – Clay Workshop
Do you like building things with your hands? Getting a little messy? This may be the workshop for you! We will be exploring the world of 3-D by taking our paintings from the Wayne Thiebaud workshop and transforming them into a lifelike sweet treat sculptures!
November 6th, 13th and 27th