Art Camp • Mustang, OK
ART CAMP IS CURRENTLY FULL - BUT YOU MAY REGISTER TO JOIN THE WAITLIST IN CASE A SPACE BECOMES AVAILABLE.
July 5-7, 2023 from 9 a.m. - Noon at the Mustang Community Center
This mini art camp is for students ages 7-18 and will focus on a variety of art media. We will explore drawing, watercolor painting, printmaking, acrylic painting, and sculpture. Students will learn proper technique and studio etiquette while creating their own original works of art.
Cost is $75/student. REGISTER HERE
Art Camps • Moore, OK
These camps are for ages 6-9 and are offered through the City of Moore Parks and Recreation department.
June 5-9, 2023 Art Camp - Register here
July 24-28 Art Camp- Register here
Homeschool Workshops 2023-24 • Mustang, OK
First Friday of each month from 9 a.m. - Noon at the Mustang Community Center
THESE WORKSHOPS ARE CURRENTLY FULL - BUT IF YOU'RE INTERESTED, PLEASE REGISTER TO JOIN THE WAITLIST IN CASE A SPACE BECOMES AVAILABLE.
***These 3-hour art workshops are for homeschool students ages 7-18 and will focus on a variety of media. We only meet once a month to make it easy on the schedule, but these classes are packed full with extra exercises, art history, and techniques to give students a complete year's worth of art experience.***
Sep. 1 - Drawing
The Elements of Art are the foundation of visual art. We will learn about these through a variety of drawing media including pencil, colored pencil, oil pastels and chalk pastels. Students will work through several exercises in value shading, color blending, texturing, and how to measure proportions as they draw a still life.
Oct. 6 - Clay
Students will learn the basic clay techniques of pinch pot, coiling, and score/slip as they create fun monster sculptures in air-dry clay and/or model magic.
Nov. 3 - Beading
We will study the beautiful Native American style of loom beading and symmetrical design as we learn the complete process of creating a wampum-inspired bracelet with pony beads and yarn.
Dec. 1 - Printmaking
Printmaking is a standard in fine arts for and can be done in a variety of formats. We will focus on mono prints using gelli plates and styrofoam block printing in this class.
Jan. 5 - Watercolor Painting
Students will learn basic watercolor techniques of wet-into-wet, gradient wash, layering, and dry detailing as we paint winter landscapes together.
Feb. 2 - Acrylic Painting
You don't want to miss this fun morning of acrylic painting on canvas! We will study the colorful style of Jim Dine as we make hearts come alive in these vibrant paintings.
Mar. 1 - Paper Sculpture and Collage
From Matisse and Picasso to Eric Carle, artists have often explored with the art of paper sculpture and collage. In this class, we will learn how to make 3-dimensional sculptures using a variety of techniques including coiling, tubes, tabs, L-braces, and moving parts. We will finish these out with a choice of paint, decoupage, or a collage of torn paper, mosaic style or cut shapes.
April 5 - Art History -isms Book
Realism, Impressionism, Pointillism, Cubism, and Surrealism styles have found their way into the art world. In this class we will create 5-miniature works of art and assemble them into a fold out book.
May 3 - Careers
Why is art important? Aside from the healthy creative outlet it provides, art can transform into a fulfilling career. We will explore the industries of Fashion Design, Architecture, Product Design, Graphic Design, and Illustration.
Cost is $20/class or $175 for the whole year! REGISTER HERE
Kristen Polson enjoys helping people find a positive creative outlet to focus their energy and build self-confidence. She has a degree in Fine Arts and has worked professionally as a graphic designer and illustrator since 2002 and as an elementary art teacher since 2013. As a mother of five, she has grown to love teaching people of all ages in her community arts classes.