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Event Series Event Series: FREE SPRING SESSION 2023

FREE SPRING SESSION 2023

Date
March 4, 2023
Time
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Cost
FREE

Registration Day: Saturday, March 4, 2023

Time: 9am – 12pm

Saturday Classes: March 11 – April 22, 2023

6 week session (Schedule subject to change)

* There will be no Saturday classes on April 8. Special Art Workshop and Egg Hunt is scheduled for this day. FREE for the entire family!

 

Classes include:

S-1 Drawing, Cartooning and Animation In this class students will learn the funamentals of drawing such as line, form and perspective to apply in observational drawing and portraiture. Cartooning will be explored, teaching students the basics of characature study and styles to create their own cartoons. Basic animation will also be introduced with flipbook creations in addition to other forms of animation.

Saturdays – Time: 10:00-11:30a • Age: 6-11 • Limit: 6 • Cost: FREE Instructor: Graciela M. Arancibia • Location: Stone House

 

S-2 Drawing, Cartooning and Animation In this class students will learn the funamentals of drawing such as line, form and perspective to apply in observational drawing and portraiture. Cartooning will be explored, teaching students the basics of characature study and styles to create their own cartoon. Basic animation will also be introduced with flipbook creations in addition to other forms of animation.

Saturdays – Time: 12:30-2:00p • Age: 12-17 • Limit: 6 • Cost: FREE Instructor: Graciela M. Arancibia • Location: Stone House

 

S-3 Painting with Stencils Create wonderful works of art by utilizing paint and stencils! Pre-cut stencils and water based spray paint will be used create art on surfaces such as paper and textiles. Students will also study the stencil work of Master LA Artists for inspiration! Saturdays – Time: 10:00-11:30a • Age: 6-17 • Limit: 10 • Cost: FREE Instructor: Shandu One • Location: Patio

 

S-4 Papier-Mâché Masks Students will create amazing papier-mâché masks while larning the mold making process. Paste, paper, molds and paint will be utilized to complete their mask project. The properties of form, balance and texture will be implemented in their project. Students will also study the great works of master sculptors and papier-mâché artists to fuel their creativity!

Saturdays – Time: 12:30-2:00p • Age: 9-17 • Limit: 10 • Cost: FREE Instructor: Shandu One • Location: Patio

 

S-5 Game Design Learn to design retro video games! Students will create their own retro video game while utilizing the appication “Scratch”. Students will learn to code their games to enhance sound and graphics with templates. This class is for beginners.

Saturdays – Time: 10:00-11:30a • Age: 9-17 • Limit: 7 • Cost: FREE Instructor: Giovanni Rubio • Location: Stone House Digital Lab

 

S-6 Interactive Digital Imaging In this series of workshops students will make their pencil drawings come to life! Students will utilize the digital applications: “Makey Makey” circuit board and various multi media projects, using code to capture images, alter, enhance sound and visual graphics.

Saturdays – Time: 12:30-2:00p • Age: 9-17 • Limit: 7 • Cost: FREE Instructor: Giovanni Rubio • Location: Stone House Digital Lab

 

S-7 Ceramic Studio Explore your creativity by sculpting and hand building in the Ceramic Studio! Students will experience creating 3D art by learning the fundamental techniques of ceramics to create beautiful works of art. Additional materials and methods will be taught while learning the various techniques of forming, glazing and low firing in this course.

Saturdays – Time: 12:30-2:00p • Age: 6-17 • Limit: 8 • Cost: FREE Instructor: Allegra Ché • Location: Patio

 

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Location

Sun Valley Youth Arts Center
8642 Sunland Blvd.
Sun Valley, CA United States
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