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Drawing and Sketching (Grades 4-6) July 23-July 27 10am-12
Are you always drawing? Want to sharpen your skills? Guided by an artist and teacher, you will practice lots of drawing and sketching techniques as you draw favorite toys, landscapes and portraits (yours or others). Make still life drawings and sketch from photos--animals, trees, and who knows what else! Experiment with art pencils, chalk pastels and other art media as you learn to draw from visual observations and your imagination. Bring a sketch pad (8.5 x 11-inch or larger, not newsprint) and your creativity!
- Location: University Center Rm. 212
- Course ID =283479552
Sharpie Marker Art (Grades 5-8) July 23-July 27th 1-3pm
Mon-Fri, 1-3 pm, University Center, Rm. 212. Grab a Sharpie and make some bold art! Sharpie markers are a versatile art media which can be used on a variety of surfaces. Learn art techniques that will take your art to the next level while exploring work by today's leading Sharpie artists. You will work on paper, plastic, rocks, and more. Bring your own white t-shirt for one of your project designs.
- Location: University Center rm. 212
- Course ID =283523487
Sketch Your World (Grades 6-9) July 30-Aug 3. 10am-12
Discover the joy of sketching the natural world! Artists throughout history have escaped to the outdoors to become trained observers. Grab your sketchbook and we will head outside where you will learn about the process of selecting a subject to sketch. Gain useful information on a variety of drawing and wet media techniques from pencil to watercolor. Find new inspiration and stretch your artistic skills. Bring a 9 x 12 or larger sketchbook and a regular pencil to the first class. All other materials are provided.
- Location: Great Lakes Campus Rm. 211 (715 East Front St.)
- Course ID =283523326
Photography Workshop (Grades 7-10) July 30-Aug. 3, 1pm-3:30pm
Attention aspiring photographers! Learn to use your camera as an imaginative tool to create exciting photographs. Gain experience shooting portraits, landscapes, close-ups, indoor scenes and more! Get professional tips on lighting, composing your pictures, points of view, framing, and important camera settings. After taking lots of photos, use the FREE open-source program GIMP to edit and enhance your images bringing them to a whole new level. Bring your camera, memory card, camera manual, card reader (or camera cord) and imagination.
- Location: Great Lakes Campus Rm. 210 (715 E Front St)
- Course ID =283523446