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Art

Upper elementary & middle school art projects

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Instructor:

Tabitha Raymond 

traymond@classroomcollectiveok.com

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Class size:

minimum 6, maximum 13

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Class time:

(1) 8:45-10:10  or  (2) 10:10-11:30

Thurs: (3) 12:05-1:25 

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Pre-requisites for class:

None

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Additional fees:

$50 materials fee/semester

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Graduation requirement:

N/A

  • Course Description

The objective of this class is to expose middle school children to several different mediums of art, educate them on art throughout history, discuss art concepts, and touch on individual artists.  For example, students will make an owl made of beans while exploring mosaics in architecture of the Renaissance period. We will do a fun lesson on the “first selfies” and make a creative self-portraits. Students will have a drawing lesson on cathedrals and make a beautiful stained glass window using cd’s while learning about the Gothic period. These are just a few examples of the exciting things we will create while giving students the confidence they need to use their creative talents. We will always look at art through a Christian worldview and learn to see His creativity in talented artists and ourselves.

 

We will take one field trip per semester to an art museum. This is not required, but a great way for students to engage in a guided art experience.

Wednesday classes are open to grades 6-8.

Thursday class is open to grades 4-7.

  • Classwork / Homework
  • Required Books & Materials
  • Artists Sketchbook, 60 pages or more

 

Can find these at Hobby Lobby or Michael’s

Instructor will provide all other supplies from the materials fee.

Students will observe many pieces of art and architecture from each time period and listen to amazing stories about the artists and their experiences.  Each class will consist of a hands-on art project using different materials and mediums.  There is no homework in this class.  Grades will be based on class participation and a final project.

Contact the instructor if you have additional questions.
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