CHILDREN & TEENS

The semester will end with an exhibition of our work at the KIA. All materials are provided. Appropriate age and grade strictly enforced. Tuition for the children's and young artist's classes has been reduced through the generosity of John and Rosemary Brown.


Ages 3 - 5

My First Art Class
Young children and their favorite grown-up are introduced to the museum and artistic expression in this multi-dimensional class. Clay, paper, paint, and more will be used in the creative processes introduced in the class.

My First Art Class (100)

Corinne Satterlee, Multi-Purpose Classroom
Friday, January 10 " 31
10 - 11am/4 weeks
One adult & one child: $45/Members: $25,
Additional child: $20

My First Art Class (101)

Corinne Satterlee, Multi-Purpose Classroom
Saturdays, January 11 " February 1
10 - 11am/4 weeks
One adult & one child: $45/Members: $25,
Additional child: $20

Ages 5 – Kindergarten

Material Exploration (102)

Corinne Satterlee, Multi-Purpose Classroom
Saturdays, February 22 - March 28
9:30 - 11am/6 weeks
$105/Members: $85

Your child's artistic expression will blossom and grow in this multi-dimensional class. Clay, paper, paint and more will be used in the creative processes introduced in the class.

Grades 4 – 6

Clay on the Wheel (106)

Courtney Nelson, Studio 5
Saturdays, January 11 - March 28
9:30 - 11 am/12 weeks
$170/Members: $150

Students will spend time learning to center the clay on the potter s wheel, open the ball and form bowls, cups and vases. Hand-building techniques will also be pursued. Pieces will be decorated using slips and high and low-fired glazes. Students should wear old clothing.



Grades 6-12

Drawing and Painting (107)

David Yeider, Studio 6
Saturdays, January 11 - March 28
9 - 11:30 am/12 weeks
$220/Members: $200

One-on-one instruction will be provided with an emphasis on exploration of visual culture through drawing and painting mediums and subject matter. Students will be encouraged to create artwork that brings out their unique talent and creativity.

Grades 6-12

Photography (108)

Trevor Grabill, Photography Studio
Saturdays, January 11 - March 28
10 - 12:30 pm/12 weeks
$220/Members: $200

Explore your hometown through the lens of photography! This class focuses on working with traditional film cameras, including photo exploration, darkroom developing, and an emphasis on technique and composition. Practice outdoor landscapes, studio portraiture, and everything in between. Experienced students have access to digital editing and production, as well as alternative photo processes.


Spring Break Art Camp Monday - Friday, April 6 - 10

Spring break camp is offered in full-and half-day options. Students will be introduced to art on view in the galleries to inspire imagination and creativity, before working to create their own works of art in the studio. Please send lunch with full day students. Appropriate age and grade strictly enforced.

Spring Break Art Camp (080)

Full day: $270/Members: $250
9 am - 4 pm

Spring Break Art Camp (081)

Half day: $170/Members: $150
9 am - noon

Spring Break Art Camp (082)

Half day: $170/Members: $150
1 - 4 pm

Grades 1 – 3

Art Expression (103)

Stephanie Teegardin, Studio 2
Saturdays, January 11 - March 28
9:30 - 11am/12 weeks
$165/Members: $145

Experience a fun introduction to the wonderful world of art for the naturally curious and creative young artist. Classes allow children to experience the styles and techniques used by artists, to learn art vocabulary and develop art-making skills through discussion and hands-on activities with a variety of media for drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, ceramics, fibers and more! Class can be repeated as each term provides new and challenging lessons for skill development and creative exploration.

Grades 1 – 3

All About Clay (104)

Lena Thomas, Studio 7
Saturdays, January 11 - March 28
9:30 - 11am/12 weeks
$170/Members: $150

Get your hands dirty in this class while creating special works of art in clay. Try your hand at slab construction, coil building, drape molding and more.







Grades 4 – 6

The Art of Drawing with a Little 3-D (105)

Al Harris, Studio 4
Saturdays, January 11 - March 28
9:30 - 11am/12 weeks
$165/Members: $145

Most of the projects will require drawing as a basis, along with using a variety of media to create a finished piece. Watercolors, acrylics, pastels, pencils are all examples of materials we ll use, however a few projects will be using 3-D tools and equipment to produce the product. Drawing will always be part of the process to create pieces.

Grades 6-12

Clay on the Wheel (109)

Courtney Nelson, Studio 5
Saturdays, January 11 - March 28
12 - 2:30 pm/12 weeks
$220/Members: $200

Students will learn to create vessels on the potter s wheel through demonstrations of basic skills and a variety of techniques. Students may also pursue hand building. Slips and high-and low-fired glazes will be used.