This class meets Thursdays (Jan 13 – Mar 3) from 1-2:30pm | Ages 6 and up.
This 8-week class will introduce students to prominent artists through history. For the first 30 minutes of class, we will learn about the life and artistic contributions of a different artist.. Students will then have an hour to explore that artist’s style on their own using different materials and techniques. We will meet for 1.5 hours each week, for a total of 12 hours.
Weekly Emphasis: TBD
FYI: Social distancing is available by family. There will be no make-up for missed classes.
Meet your teacher:
Madison holds a bachelor’s of arts degree in Early Childhood and Middle Level Education. She was a substitute teacher for 3 years before becoming the Kid’s Program Director at Make Do. She enjoys teaching all ages, sewing, reading and Dr. Pepper.
**This class requires a minimum of 6 participants. If the class is cancelled, you will have the option to use your fee for a future class or receive a full refund.
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