SPRING CLASSES HAVE SPRUNG AND SUMMER CAMP IS ON ITS WAY!
MINISCRIBBLERS | SPRING 2017 18MO-3Y0 WITH PARENT
SIGN UP FOR THURSDAYS AT 9:30AM SIGN UP FOR A FREE TRIAL THURSDAY 4/20
SIGN UP FOR FRIDAYS 9:30AM SIGN UP FOR A FREE TRIAL FRIDAY 4/21
SIGN UP FOR SATURDAYS 10AM SIGN UP FOR A FREE TRIAL SATURDAY 4/22
PRE-SCRIBBLERS | SPRING 2017 3-4YO DROP OFF
TOO COOL FOR PRE-SCHOOL FOR NEARLY 3'S, 3'S AND 4'S (3-HOUR DROP OFF)
This is a 3-hour pre-school alternative program that includes daily art, sensory and yoga classes! Registration for TOO COOL is open for 2016/2017. We'll be offering our program on Mondays & Wednesdays 9am-12pm for 2/3's and Wednesdays 3:30-5pm for 3/4's. For more information, visit Bread and Yoga & Scribble Art Workshop's shared site.
SENSORY OPEN PLAY 18MO-4YO W/PARENT
Bring your toddler or pre-schooler in for some tactile exploration this fall! Rice and beans, water, water beads, shaving cream and more. $10/play or SAVE and get a 5-pack for $45. Be sure to sign up in advance to reserve your spot! FRIDAYS FROM 10:30AM - 12NOON (Come, explore, and stay as long as you'd like!)
SCHOOL AGE CLASSES
AFTER-SCHOOL: AT ITS BEST 5-10YO
Our after-school classes are part of a complete 5-day a week after-school program including other amazing classes provided by Bread and Yoga including cooking, yoga, drama, science, gardening, xylophone band, DJ-ing and more! We pick up from most local schools and price includes a nutritious snack. Visit our shared site for more information or register for after-school HERE.
What ever happened to wood shop being a subject at school? Don’t worry! We have it right here in our art studio. In this class, students will learn the basics of working with wood including how to safely cut it down to size using simple tools, assembling pieces into a whole using both power tools and other adhesives, and creating an interesting finish using stains, sanding processes and paints. Artists will explore both fine art wooden sculpture as well as small functional objects.
MONDAYS 3:30PM SIGN UP!
So much for telling your kids not to play with their food! This class is all about using our hands to make art with our food. We’ll be making sculptures, paintings, collages and more, all with food as our material. In addition to this, we’ll be learning about the chemistry of food: how does dough rise into a 3-dimensional sculpture? How can we use the transition from liquid to solid in order to make some amazingly edible drawings? How can we use melting to create paintings? Rethink food and rethink the cooking process!
TUESDAYS 3:30 SIGN UP!
Painting is a complex and beautiful process that children love. Well explore gouache, watercolor, acrylic, ink and other forms of mark making with a brush and without. Alternating the painting surface, material and tools will give our artists a wealth of various experiences with the art of creating work (both abstract and representational) with paint.
WEDNESDAYS 4:30PM - FULL
This is fashion design with a scribble twist. We'll be exploring a wide variety of wearable art including making wallets and accessories out of fabric & non-traditional materials, silk-screening bags and t-shirts, as well as sewing recycled fabrics to make new garments. Lastly, we'll play around with some dyes to make our own custom-colored fabric!
FRIDAYS 3:30PM SIGN UP!
This class will give our artists experiences with both traditional and non-traditional printmaking methods including block printing with found objects, linoleum printing, mono-printing and more. We'll print on many different surfaces including fabric and 3-d objects. This medium is an amazing way to explore layering, color theory and most importantly (and unique to printmaking) how to utilize having multiples of one piece of artwork! This class will be taught by our amazing teacher (and painter in her own right), Natasha Hesketh. The class is 75 minutes long on Thursdays at 5:45pm and runs from 1/12-5/18 (no class 2/23 & 4/13) 17 weeks for $480 or 5 payments of $96.
SIGN UP FOR THURSDAYS AT 5:45PM
Work in your local art studio.
NEW ARTIST PASS (FOR A WEEK): $22 (unlimited art studio time for a week)
MONTHLY ARTIST PASS: $75/month (unlimited art studio time, 10% discount on adult art classes, storage for artwork/materials)
6-MONTH ARTIST PASS: $360 or $60/month (unlimited art studio time, 10% discount on adult art classes, premium storage for artwork/materials)
YEARLY ARTIST PASS: $675 or $56.25/month (unlimited art studio time, 10% discount on adult art classes, premium storage for artwork/materials)
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Six Weeks of Summer Camp starting July 10, 2017
Each summer, along with Scribble Art Workshop, we offer 6 weeks of summer camp for ages 2-3 and K-5. Classes include cooking, yoga, art, weekly themed workshops, and field trips inside and out of the city! Scroll down for a full schedule of this year's activities and enrollment information.
Ages 2-3 Program
Monday-Friday | 9am - 12pm | Week of July 10 - Week of August 14
Daily Sensory Play, Art, Yoga/Creative Movement, & Cooking
This program features experienced early childhood educators working in a small student-to-teacher ratio setting (4 to 1, max 8 students). We provide a daily nutritious snack.
1 Week: $435
2 Weeks: $850
3 Weeks: $1236
4 Weeks: $1568
5 Weeks: $1825
6 Weeks: $2010
Grades K-5 Program
Monday-Thursday | 9am - 3pm | Friday Field Trips 9am-5pm
Week of July 10 - Week of August 14
This program features a daily yoga class or running club, cooking, and plenty of outside time in our local parks. Each week our afternoons will be spent exploring a different theme, capped off with a field trip at the end of the week! We will provide a nutritious snack Monday thru Friday, and lunch Monday thru Thursday (bagged lunched for Friday field trips).
Weekly Workshop Themes
(scroll down for descriptions)
Week 1 - Painting: Creatures
Week 2 - Sculpture: Inventions & Machines
Week 3 - Drawing: Self & Others
Week 4 - Baking & Edible Art
Week 5 - Theatre
Week 6 - Xylophone Band
1 Week: $590
2 Weeks: $1130
3 Weeks: $1605
4 Weeks: $2000
5 Weeks: $2350
6 Weeks: $2640
Weekly Workshop Descriptions
We'll spend the week inventing our own creatures and then creating large-scale portraits of those creations! Then, we'll transform those 2-d portraits into 3-dimensional sculptures.
SCULPTURE: INVENTIONS & MACHINES
We'll start the week by creating drawing machines using small motors and found objects. Then, we'll make mobiles using fimo, wood, and wire, using motors to make our intricate objects kinetic.
DRAWING: SELF & OTHERS
We'll begin by making large-scale self portrait paintings. Then, we'll delve into life drawing with our fellow campers as our models. We'll make a collaborative drawing of all of our campers using ink!
BAKING & EDIBLE ART
This week will be an exploration of food as an art medium. We'll make sculptures and drawings using food both baked and uncooked.
Campers will explore movement, voice and dramatic play through a variety of theatre activities and games. With a focus on ensemble building and fundamental theatre skills, this workshop is a fun filled week appropriate for kids with any level of theatre experience. The week will culminate in a final share for families in one of the neighborhood parks.
Strike your mallets on xylophone, metallophone, or glockenspiel and hear how your part weaves into a full ensemble. We will learn the lively marimba music of Zimbabwe, as well jazz, blues, and more! Groove to the rhythmic harmonies using these wonderfully versatile barred percussion instruments.
Here's a video from the Scribble exhibition at the Academy. To hear those low bass bars, listen through stereo speakers or good headphones!
PS 180 Xylophone Group: Clave
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