After-School Art Classes

Fall Session//September 14-December 18

* open enrollment form is available for classes           that have already started
* Single classes are available at 45.00/class
* Other payment options available

Note: After-School Classes will be held outside in Central Park between 86th and 89th street for the first 6 weeks, through October. 

Learn new ways to express your creativity in this intimate class and have fun at the same time.... 

What these weekly ‘on-site’ art classes offer:

Students will learn practical approaches to drawing and sketching while discovering the stunning art at a different museum or gallery location along Museum Mile. Participants will have the opportunity to engage and directly observe  paintings, sculptures, or drawings, and to experiment with a variety of art materials while focusing on the basics including: form, proportion, expressive mark-making, composition, perspective, value, shading, space and color. Students will also learn about the techniques of water-color and Prismacolor, (water-soluble colored pencils), and develop a visual vocabulary, while also learning about the Elements of Art. All students will have the opportunity to engage in a guided inquiry and express their own perceptions and opinions about the collections. Participants will develop a portfolio and have an 

opportunity to participate in a group show showcasing their artwork!

​Leave each week with the confidence to begin creating anything you like!

Receive a weekly e-mail notification explaining which museum and exhibition we will visit 

 

Drop off and pick-up will occur at a designated spot at the Museum

Materials list will be sent once registration is complete

2 Make-up sessions  per semester can be arranged on another day during the week

Connect

 

Phone: 917-815-5999

E-Mail: maria@onsiteart.com

 

See Maria's work at mariakatzman.com

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Head studies after artist Felix Vallotton