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Sun Valley Youth Arts Center Fall Session 2023

Date
September 9, 2023
Time
9:00 am - 12:00 pm
Organizer’s Site
https://culturela.org/cultural-centers/sun-valley-youth-arts-centerstone-house/
Council District
City Council District 6
Event Series Dates
Saturday Classes, September 16 – October 14, 2023 • 5 week session (Schedule subject to change)

Fall Session 2023

Registration Day:

Saturday, September 9, 2023 • Time: 9a.m. – 12p.m.

  • Registration numbers will be handed out at 9a.m.
  • Registration begins at 10a.m.
  • Registration Payment: Cash or Checks payable to: City of Los Angeles, no credit cards are accepted.
    For additional registration information, please see “General Information” on the reverse side of this flyer.

Location:

8642 Sunland Blvd., Sun Valley, CA 91352

Classes (Ages 6 to 17):

S-1 The Art of Origami
In this class students will be introduced to the Japanese art of Origami. Students will learn how to create 3D models out of a single piece of paper. Basic folds and techniques will be taught, students will become more accustomed to the paper folding process. Students will have the opportunity to create paper models of animals and plants, as well as objects that have practical uses, such as boxes and toys.

Saturdays – Time: 10:00-11:30a.m. • Age: 9-17 • Limit: 7 • Cost: $22.50
Instructor: Graciela M. Arancibia • Location: Stone House Lawn

S-2 Little Art Studio
Students will create 2 and 3-dimensional art while studying the great masterpieces of master artists including the works of Kandinsky, Van Gogh, Lichtenstein and O’Keeffe. These artists will serve as inspiration for students to create paintings and sculptures. The process of printmaking and ceramics will also be explored.

Saturdays – Time: 10:00-11:30a.m. • Age: 6-12 • Limit: 8 • Cost: $22.50
Instructor: Allegra Ché • Location: Stone House

S-3 Game Design
Learn to design retro video games! Students will create their own retro video game, such as “Pong” and “Pacman” 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.m. • Age: 9-17 • Limit: 7 • Cost: $22.50
Instructor: Giovanni Rubio • Location: Stone House Digital Lab

S-4 Piñata & Papier-Mâché
Students will create amazing piñata sculptures using the papier-mâché process! Sculpting techniques such as space, form, balance and texture will be implemented. Students will also study the great works of master papier mâché artist/sculptors such as the Linares Family to fuel their creativity!

Saturdays – Time: 10:00-11:30a.m. • Age: 6-17 • Limit: 12
Instructor: Shandu One • Location: Stone House Lawn

S-5 Interactive Art
In this series of classes, students will utilize digital applications such as “Scratch” and “Makey Makey”! These kits include wires with alligator clips
to connect objects. Large tactile arrows made out of tin foil, bananas, play dough and other assorted materials that can conduct energy to become a
substitute personalized touchpad for traditional switches used in mainstream games like “Mario” and piano/music games. Games that are
played using arrow keys, spacebars or microcontrollers can also be used with your personalized “Makey Makey” touchpads.

Saturdays – Time: 12:30-2:00p.m. • Age: 9-17 • Limit: 7 • Cost: $22.50
Instructor: Giovanni Rubio • Location: Stone House Digital Lab

S-6 Yarn Painting
Yarn Painting is a traditional Mexican form of art making by an indigenous group know as the Huichol people, located Northwest of México. These
yarn paintings are decorative, but serve as images for story telling and capturing historical events. Students will create yarn paintings, inspired by
examples created by the Huichol people to tell their own story of nature and landscapes.

Saturdays – Time: 12:30-2:00p.m. • Age: 6-17 • Limit: 7 • Cost: $22.50
Instructor: Jacquelyn Ibanez • Location: Stone House

S-7 Día de los Muertos Pueblito (Little Town)
Student will collectively construct a Día de los Muertos pueblito (little town) entirely out of cardboard! This amazing class will teach students the
fundamentals of model scaling, cardboard construction and working as a group to complete the pueblito (little town).

Saturdays – Time: 12:30-2:00p.m. • Age: 9-17 • Limit: 12 • Cost: $22.50
Instructor: Shandu One • Location: Stone House Lawn

S-8 Imagination Creations!
Students will explore the many regions of México focusing on the celebration of “El Día de los Muertos”. Students will create inspired works
of art reflecting Mexico’s colorful landscape while celebrating this ancient ritual, remembering the lives of our ancestors with music, art and culture.

Saturdays – Time: 12:30-2:00p.m. • Age: 6-9 • Limit: 8 • Cost: $22.50
Instructor: Adriana Franco • Location: Stone House Lawn

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Location

Sun Valley Youth Arts Center
8642 Sunland Blvd.
Sun Valley, CA United States
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Phone:
818.252.4619
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