PLEASE NOTE:

This list of classes is everything we could offer. Not all classes make it onto our class schedule. If you see something here that is not on the schedule then contact the instructor for that class. We have flexibility: when there is interest we can gather a group and begin a class. Any time. Fees can be adjusted accordingly, and would be set by the instructor and the administrator. Please ask!


Art 1: Let’s Make Art!

Instructor: Mrs. Roderick
Grade Level: Ages 7 and up
Course Length: 1 Semester (1 day/week) New topics each semester
Min/Max Enrollment: 5/10

Materials fee: $50/year

Come explore Art with Mrs. Roderick! In this class, you will experience a wide variety of art materials, techniques, styles of art, and will learn about some famous artists as they relate to our projects. You will dabble in both 2-D and 3-D Art, using charcoal, chalk pastels, oil pastels, watercolors, printmaking, and papier mache. You will learn techniques in perspective and shading at your level to help make your drawings look 3-dimensional, and just have fun making your own original artworks! Art classes meet one day a week and will be tailored to the level of students enrolled.


Art 2: Art Appreciation

Instructor: Mrs. Roderick
Grade Level: ages 10 and up
Course Length: 1 semester (1 day/week) New topics each semester
Min/Max Enrollment: 6/10

Materials fee: $50/year

Art Appreciation is a class that explores the unique elements of art style and art history. You will be introduced to key artists of several time periods and will make a project that goes along with each artist or time period. This class provides opportunities for students to explore several art styles in greater depth. Possible field trip to a local art museum in spring. Art classes meet one day a week and will be tailored to the level of students enrolled. 


Art 3: History & the Arts

Instructor: Mrs. Roderick
Grade Level: ages 13 and up
Course Length: 1 Semester (1 day/week) New topics each semester
Min/Max Enrollment: 6/10

Materials fee: $50/year

This art history course explores how world events have impacted art and how different artists communicate their message through their art. We will look at and evaluate many pieces of art and art movements from a biblical perspective and learn to evaluate our own art. Other fine arts such as music and drama may be highlighted to illustrate how events affect people and cultures. Several studio art projects will be done throughout the course. Possible field trip to a local art museum in spring. Art classes meet one day a week and will be tailored to the level of students enrolled.