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Summer fun: All kinds of art at Waterworks

Waterworks ARTventures
Register now for Summer ARTventures at Waterworks Visual Arts Center. For a downloadable brochure with class descriptions and registration forms, visit www.waterworks.org. Register early, class sizes are limited.
Ages 4-5:
All classes are 9 a.m.-noon
June Messy Art – June 25-29: Hands-on projects including paint, paper-craft, and clay.
COLORific! – July 9-13: Learn all about color, how to mix it, how to wear it, how to paint with it.
Texture Fish – July 23-27: Study texture of famous artists and create your own fish using paint, collage, etc.
A Color Walk – July 30-Aug 3: Use a variety to media and learn how to add color to your artwork.
August Messy Art – Aug 6-10 (see above)
Ages 6-8:
Morning classes 9 a.m.-noon, afternoon classes 1-4 p.m.
A Closer Look – June 25-29 (morning): Explore sculpture, printmaking, drawing, painting and collage. *
Ordinary to Extraordinary – June 25-29 (afternoon): Use ordinary mediums to create extraordinary sculptures*
The Masterpieces of Faberge – July 9-13 (afternoon): Use gems, jewels, wire and foam to create your own Faberge eggs.
Portrait Projects – July 16-20 (morning): Create an array of portraits (yourself, family, pets) using collage, origami, and silhouettes*
(Easy) Drawing Class – July 16-20 (afternoon): Develop basic drawing skills using line, shape, perspective and more.*
Art Discovery – July 23-27 (afternoon): Use acrylics, watercolors, collage and printmaking in creating your own masterpieces.
A Closer Look – July 30-Aug. 3 (morning): See above.
2-D to 3-D Recycled – Aug. 6-10 (afternoon): Create a variety of 2-D and 3-D work including plastic bottle scrimshaw, weather vanes and box sculptures
(* Stay All Day program, Price Group 1)
Ages 9-11:
Morning classes, 9 a.m.-noon, afternoon classes 1-4 p.m.
Clay Adventures in Pop Art – June 25-29 (morning): Sculpt your own Pop Art creations from clay after studying famous Pop Art artists. **
Art Adventures in Pop Art – June 25-29 (afternoon): Create Pop Art in a variety of media. **
Introduction to Pottery – July 16-20 (morning): Learn to center clay and create cups and bowls as well as handbuilding. **
The Arts of Asia – July 16-20 (afternoon): Make 2-D and 3-D artwork including fans, scrolls, masks, screens inspired by Asian forms. **
Around the World with Clay – July 23-27 (morning): Study the history of claywork and make pottery using handbuilding techniques from around the world. **
Drawing in 3-D – July 23-27 (afternoon): Using pencil, charcoal and conte crayon, create realistic drawings using basic techniques used by professional artists. **
Sculpt It! – July 30-Aug. 3 (morning): Use coil, pinch, slab and wheel construction to create your own sculptures. ***
Claymation – July 30-Aug. 3 (afternoon): Become a sculptor, director, animator and producer as you animate your creations using digital video equipment. ***
Mixed Media Masterpieces – Aug. 6-10 (morning): Altering everyday materials to create unique artwork. **
Introduction to Pottery – August 6-10 (afternoon): Learn to center clay on wheel as well as handbuilding techniques.**
(** Stay All Day Program, Price Group 2)
(*** Stay All Day Program, Price Group 3)
Ages 12 & up
Morning classes, 9 a.m.-noon, afternoon classes, 1-4 p.m.
Hand Building & Wheel Pottery – June 25-29 (afternoon): Experiment with a variety of techniques to build a form, apply surface designs, and learn the potter’s wheel.
Hand Building & Wheel Pottery – July 9-13 (morning): See above. ***
Focus on Photography – July 9-13 (afternoon): Explore black and white photography and learn basics of taking and developing your own prints. ***
Throwing on the Wheel – July 16-20 (afternoon): Learn to center, open and raise clay into your own artwork.
Mixed Media Masterpieces – July 23-27 (morning): Altering ordinary objects into extraordinary artwork. **
Hand Building & Wheel Pottery – July 23-27 (afternoon): See above. **
A “Creature” a Day – July 30-Aug. 3 (afternoon): Discover the magic of creative drawing, illustration, color and pastel painting.
Fundamentals of Drawing – Aug. 6-10 (afternoon): For kids who love to draw.
(** Stay All Day Program, Price Group 2)
(*** Stay All Day Program, Price Group 3)
Studio classes: $75 members/ $90, not yet members.
Specialty classes (clay, claymation, photography): $85 Members/ $100 not yet members.
Stay All Day Program: Price Group 1: $150 members / $180 not yet members.
Price Group 2: $160 members / $190 not yet members.
Price Group 3: $170 members / $200 not yet members.
Members only receive multiple class discounts.
For complete class descriptions, prices, and registration information, download our class brochure and registration forms from our website at www.waterworks.org.
123 E. Liberty St, 704-636-1882

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