2018-2019 Project Workshops.
August--- Curating the Art Leadership group. No project.
Project: Map of Me
Media: Watercolor Painting Techniques
Description: If a person could navigate your life like land on a map what would that look like? Explore different watercolor painting techniques while creating a beautiful visual map of your life. Work will be displayed in The Art Part Gallery during the month of October.
Project: Monster Mayhem
Media: Oil Crayon
Description: Like creating monsters and other fantastic creatures? Inspired by The Monster Project, we will create a monstrous artwork from a child’s drawing. We will use art created by our elementary art friends to create a finished artwork that will be gifted back to the child. Work will be displayed in The Art Part Gallery during the month of November. Image from themonsterproject.org
December--- Art Leader planned:
Project: Pencil Critters
Media: Animal Drawing/ Watercolor pencils
Description: Learn some basics about drawing animals while putting a fun and creative twist on what the animal looks like. Transform a simple pencil into something out of this world! Work will be displayed in The Art Part Gallery during the month of January.
Project: Doodlers Anonymous
Media: Daily Drawing Challenges/Sketchbook keeping
Description: Learn the importance of keeping a sketchbook while participating in a month-long drawing challenge! A few selected student works will be displayed in The Art Part Gallery during the month of February. Image by Kerby Rosanes
Fee: $10 (Sketchbook included.)
February--- Art Leader planned:
Project: Keith Haring Cardboard Sculpture/Human Form
Media: Cardboard construction
Description: Learn some basics of cardboard construction and drawing the human figure while creating a sculpture in the style of artist Keith Haring. Image by Keith Haring
Project: Cupcakes or Donuts/Wayne Theibaud
Media: Oil Crayon/Still Life Drawing
Description: Learn some still life drawing techniques while creating artwork inspired by Wayne Theibaud. Enjoy a sweet treat from a local vendor. You will need a device to take pictures with. Image by Wayne Theibaud
Project: Onomatopeaia/ Roy Lichtenstein
Media: Acrylic paint on canvas & newsprint
Description: Create a ready to hang artwork in the spirit of Roy Lichtenstein on canvas while learning some acrylic and mixed media painting techniques. Work will be displayed in The Art Part Gallery during the month of May. Image by Roy Lichtenstein