Monday, September 11, 2017

CREATIVE ART CLASSES OFFERED BY PEKIN PARK DISTRICT

Everyone has an imagination.  Art helps develop it.  Art takes what was just a thought and makes it a reality.  Creating art is a way for children to learn how to make choices and solve problems by taking them through a step by step process. The end result is an object they created. Local artist Courtney Carmain will be teaching classes to help children find an expressive outlet through art and to help     them develop hidden talents.  Masterpiece Mondays are two 6-week sessions with each class building on each other until at the end  of the program children have a compilation of art pieces.

SESSION 1:     
DATES:                        September 11 –          Acrylic painting on canvas
                        September 18 –          Rolled magazine boxes
                        September 25 -           Scratchboard
                        October 2 –                 Plaster Masks
                        October 16 –               Pastel Drawings
                        October 23 –               Tye dye T-shirts (bring your own 100% cotton t-shirt)

SESSION 2:
DATES:                        November 6 -              Acrylic Resin
                        November 13 -            Glass (basic)
                        November 20 -            Glass (intermediate)
                        November 27 -            Glass mosaic
                        December 4 -              Snow Globes
                        December 11 -                        Water color greeting cards

ALL CLASSES ARE:
Ages:               8 years – 17 years
Times:             4:00 p.m. – 5:30 p.m.
Fee:                 $50 per session
Location:         Salvation Army Building on Derby Street
Contact:           Dawn Wilde-Burgess, Program Manager, (309)201-4006; dwilde@pekinparkdistrict.org




     

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