PÄS summer workshops for kids are coming very soon. like, this month!
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Summer Fun Art Sessions for Kids wednesday class is already filled, but there are a few more spots in the thursday class. students will explore different mediums to learn the style and technique of “The Very Hungry Caterpillar” creator Eric Carle. no art experience necessary – just bring your imagination. only 4 spots left! here’s the scoop:
summer fun art sessions is a 6-week class for kids (6–12 years old) that meets on thurdays during the summer (starting June 24th, ending July 29th) from 10:30 am to 12 noon. come have fun with us ://here. Facilitated by Kristy Prince
Storybook Adventure exercises many areas of the creative process. this class is a personal favorite because you can physically see a story develop as the kids’ minds are ticking through scenarios from their own imagination. this workshop series will take you from start to finish as you learn to brainstorm as a team, develop characters, explore ideas, and write a story, then draw, design and put together your very own Storybook! only 4 spots left in this class too! here’s the scoop:
storybook adventure is a 6-week class for kids (6–12 years old) that meets on wednesdays during the summer (starting June 23rd, ending July 28th) from 1:30 to 3 pm. come have fun with us ://here. Facilitated by Kristy Prince
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Organizing Your Stories Through Pictures is a storyboarding lesson with Ryan Pak. He will share his secret of efficiently organizing all his creativity via a storyboarding exercise. Ryan will be sharing about different forms of creative writing and how he prepares to create in each medium. this two-day workshop consists of taking pictures, and using them to develop a story. here’s the scoop:
organizing your stories through pictures is a 2-day workshop for kids that will meet on saturday July 17th and saturday July 24th from 1 to 3 pm. come have fun with us ://here.
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PÄS Kids will have time to contribute to The Cave, an exhibit slated for August 6 – August 27, 2010 in the PÄS Gallery.
P Ä S K I D S
at project art school we value fine art and the techniques to accomplish many different styles of art, however, our kids classes are more focused on expression and fun through art instruction where children walk into an enthusiastic environment and are allowed to release themselves.