Group Descriptions & FAQ
Prek 4 & 5 Years
A one-hour weekly "drop off" Pre-K level workshop. This group is all about exploring the arts & working independently on developing/refining fine motor art skills. Children will explore colors, lines, textures, and shapes. Artists will participate in many exploratory art activities/projects, learn art-related songs and participate in artistic creativity-building games. May include art storytime and art center discovery time. This group requires registration.
A one-hour weekly workshop that focuses on the exploration of color, line, texture, and shape. Students will explore the basic elements of art through art production, experimentation, cooperative groups, and stories. Taught in a seasonal session of workshops. (Drawing, painting, sculpture & printing/college)
A one-hour weekly workshop intended to continue the exploration of the elements of art. Artists will move a step further by learning to identify these elements in works of art and apply these elements to their own art. Artist will use a variety of materials and techniques such as drawing, painting, clay, sculpting, and printing. Taught in a seasonal session of workshops.
A one-hour weekly workshop for students sixth grade & up that expands even further on the exploration, identification, and inclusion and of art elements. Students will continue to learn new techniques and continue improving artistic skills. Students will use media/techniques including drawing, painting, sculpt/clay, & printmaking. Students will constructively critique their artwork as well as fellow students’ artwork. Students may request to work on a specific artistic interest. Taught in a seasonal session of workshops.
HOME SCHOOL: FAQ
Q: What are homeschool art groups?
A: Home School Art Groups are taught in sessions (Fall, Winter & Spring) throughout the school year. Groups meet for 1-hour once a week.
Q: How long are the sessions?
A: Session length depends on the season/holidays. Usually 8-12 weeks.
Q: What's the difference between afterschool & homeschool Art Groups.
A: The only difference is the time the groups are offered. Homeschool art groups are offered during the daytime hours during public school hours. Homeschool students are also always welcome to join afterschool art groups.
Q: Can we come different days?
A: You can sign up & participate in more than one group. You can't swap days of attendance weekly depending on your schedule for make-up days.
Q: How do we see what our kids are making?
A: We keep all the work crated during the session at the studio. All group sessions conclude with a portfolio review of the session, where each artist selects one work of art to be featured at the end of the year art show. (In June: TBD) Your artist will pick one work of art from EACH SESSION he or she attends. The rest of the art is then sent home. We hold the chosen work until the end of the school year for the show. Once the show is over, we return the show piece(s) as well.
Q: My child is really talented. Can we bump up to the older group?
A: All of our groups are divided strictly by grade level. It's based on grade level to surround them with peers, build confidence and for engaging & appropriate conversation. We will challenge your artist based on their talent level.
Q: Do you offer make-ups?
A: Unfortunately we do not offer make ups. Why? Because we work on different projects for different groups based on interests and we only allow so many in each group. We do our best to catch up your artist in what was missed.
Q: What about Weather cancelations?
A: Weather cancelations are handled differently. We will communicate weather policy during winter session.