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Youth Cultural Arts


Advanced Cray-Pas Winter Scene l H


Location: Lincoln Center Class #


5th - 8th Date


210050-01 12/13


Day TU


Painting for Teens l H


Location: Lincoln Center Class #


9th - 12th Date


Intro to Design l H


Location: Lincoln Center Class #


9th - 12th Date


Clay Craftersl H


Location: Lincoln Center Class #


11 - 18 years Date


This is an advanced class for children who have attended seven or more continuous sessions of Creating With Clay or have the instructor’s approval before registering. Children are introduced to the potter’s wheel and work on more advanced projects using both wheel and clay handbuilding methods. Participants must attend the first class in order to complete projects. Age:


m/M: Instructor: Day Time


Abstract Paintingl H


Location: Lincoln Center Class #


2nd - 4th Date


Day


Mini Robots l H


3/4


Deb Norton $R/NR


210004-01 10/4 - 10/11 TU 5:00 - 6:15 pm $55/$83 m/M:


Instructor: Time


Students will learn to use cray-pas. With this paint like material, students will practice coloring mixing, blending colors and use the color wheel. Students will also learn about perspective and how to create some pop out figures! Grade:


4/10


Kathleen Keogh $R/NR


4:00 - 5:00 pm $10/$15


With the aid of the instructor the students will decide their subject and then how to assemble the image of what they want to paint. Students will learn about the color wheel, how to blend and proper clean up. Students will leave with their own original painting. Grade:


m/M: Instructor: Day Time 4/5


Kathleen Keogh $R/NR


210052-01 11/9 - 12/7 W 7:45 - 8:45 pm $48/$72


Learn elements and principles of design. Use design materials such as a flexible ruler, an E-xacto knife, artists tape and micron pens. Students will use these new skills to make a triptych (three parts) drawing. Grade:


m/M: Instructor: Day Time


Creating With Clay l H


Location: Lincoln Center Class #


5 - 12 years Date


4/10


Kathleen Keogh $R/NR


210053-01 10/12 - 11/2 W 7:15 - 8:15 pm $42/$63


Pinch pots, cute cups and fun sculptures are a few of the pieces children create using the handbuilding clay techniques of coil, pinch and slab. Participants must attend the first class in order to complete projects. Age:


m/M: $R/NR: Day Time


Halloween Ceramic Pumpkin l H


Learn about the color wheel and how to mix colors. Students will learn about abstract artists and shapes. Grade:


m/M:


Instructor: Time


210051-01 9/12 - 9/19M 5:15 - 6:15 pm 4/10


Kathleen Keogh $R/NR $23/$34


Make your own miniature robot! Use recycled materials to construct the body, then decorate the robot with paint, glitter, ribbon and more! Grade:


Location: Lincoln Center Class #


2nd - 4th Date


210063-01 11/21 - 12/5 m/M:


Instructor: Kathleen Keogh Day M


4/10 Time


20 l Autumn 2011 l www.dgparks.org l 630.963.1300 $R/NR 5:15 - 6:15 pm $26/$39


Location: Lincoln Center Class #


5th - 8th Date


m/M: Day Time


Beginners Pottery l H


Location: Lincoln Center Class #


2nd - 4th Date


4/4


$55/$83 Instructor


210003-01 10/4 - 10/11 TU 3:30 - 4:45 pm Deb Norton


Learn how to create a hollow structure and score, slip and add clay to the pumpkin to make it three-dimensional. Students will leave class with their own glazed pumpkin. Grade:


4/5


Instructor: Kathleen Keogh $R/NR


210055-01 10/11 - 10/25 TU 5:15 - 6:45 pm $34/$51


Learn to use clay! Techniques on combining pieces together to make a pinch pot and/or a slab pot will be taught. Grade:


m/M: Day Time 4/5


Instructor: Kathleen Keogh $R/NR


210056-01 11/7 - 11/28 M 4:00 - 5:00 pm $34/$51 New!


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