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Classes

 

We cater to both individuals who are neurotypical and neurodivergent. Our instructor is a speech language pathologist and artist with specific training to assist individuals with disabilities. For those subscribing for our 8-week course, a syllabus will be provided with learning objectives and end of the year art goals.

Monthly Courses for

May 2024

Mommy & Me Classes

  • The class is focused on PROCESS and PLAY, with each course focused on various art forms.  The objective is to set up the foundation of the arts as a fun activity that is accessible.

  • Parent learning objectives

    • Employing phrase completions to elicit language specific to the art.
    • Narration of activity
    • Helping Students with turn-taking
    • Helping students with critical thinking and problem-solving – employing strategies to cue patient to make predictions throughout exploration of art. 

Monthly Classes in May

Wednesdays → (9:30-10:00)

Fridays→ (9:30-10:30)

Sundays→ (2:15-2:45) 

Elementary Classes

  • This course is designed to set up an understanding of various mediums, styles, and techniques with a focus on artistic PROCESS and PLAY. All courses are tailored to meet the individual needs of your child and their unique perspective. Complexity of the lesson will increase based on the ability of the student. Depending on the needs of the child, if appropriate, students will have an opportunity to write an artist statement at the end of the semester which will be showcased at the end of the semester exhibit.
  • To help students foster an understanding about an artist statement, after pieces are completed at end of each session, students will have the opportunity to talk about their art, what they learned and about the WHY behind their art. This practice of discussing art reiterates that their art has a voice and meaning.

Monthly Classes in May

Wednesdays → (4:30-5:30)

Middle School Classes

  • This course is designed to set up an understanding of various mediums, styles, and techniques with a focus on artistic PROCESS and PLAY. All courses are tailored to meet the individual needs of your child and their unique perspective. Complexity of the lesson will increase based on the ability of the student. Depending on the needs of the child, if appropriate, students will have an opportunity to write an artist statement at the end of the semester which will be showcased at the end of the semester exhibit.
  • To help students foster an understanding about an artist statement, after pieces are completed at end of each session, students will have the opportunity to talk about their art, what they learned and about the WHY behind their art. This practice of discussing art reiterates that their art has a voice and meaning.

Monthly Classes in May

Thursdays → (4:30-5:45)

Teen Classes

  • This course is designed to explore different mediums, techniques, styles to approach art with a focus on PROCESS. All courses are tailored to meet the specific needs of the individual and their unique perspective. Complexity of the lesson will increase based on the ability of the student. Depending on the needs of the individual, if appropriate, students will have an opportunity to write an artist statement at the end of the semester which will be showcased at the end of the semester exhibit.
  • To help students foster an understanding about an artist statement, after pieces are completed at end of each session, students will have the opportunity to talk about their art, what they learned and about the WHY behind their art. This practice of discussing art reiterates that their art has a voice and meaning.

Monthly Classes in May

Wednesdays → (5:45-7:15)

Adult Classes

  • This course is designed to explore different mediums, techniques, styles to approach art with a focus on PROCESS. All courses are tailored to meet the specific needs of the individual and their unique perspective. Complexity of the lesson will increase based on the ability of the student. Depending on the needs of the individual, if appropriate, students will have an opportunity to write an artist statement at the end of the semester which will be showcased at the end of the semester exhibit.
  • To help students foster an understanding about an artist statement, after pieces are completed at end of each session, students will have the opportunity to talk about their art, what they learned and about the WHY behind their art. This practice of discussing art reiterates that their art has a voice and meaning.

Monthly Classes in May

Thursdays → (5:45-7:15)

Fridays → (11:00-12:30)

Subscriptions

  • adult art classes (4 month subscription)
  • ages 11-13 (4 month subscription)
  • ages 5-10 (4 month subscription)
  • adult art club (3 month subscription)

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