Thursdays in March (5, 12, 19, 26) | 3:30-5:45pm
Art is a powerful vehicle for expression and communication, even at a very young age. This four session class will allow young girls to develop their sense of selves through art, friendship and their feelings using authentic artistic techniques and materials. Each class will begin by viewing a piece of art as a prompt to build observational skills and broaden our understanding of historical context and personal interpretation. We’ll discuss each piece in relation to our own experiences and then work on a project that represents our own individual points of view. Projects will encourage personal character development and confidence-building in a thoughtful and supportive environment.
Materials may include paint, collage, text, fabric and/or clay depending on interest of the participants. Our workshops offer a unique opportunity for children to meet other children from a variety of backgrounds. This is a drop-off class instructed by museum educator and teaching artist, Louisa Donelson.
FMI contact Louisa@kitetails.org. Cost is $80 for 4 weeks for members/$95 for visitors. Scholarship memberships available.
Registration deadline is Friday, February 27, 2015.
To register call 828-1234 x231 or stop by the front desk.