Comic Club – Grades 1 – 3
Winter 2018 – This class is cancelled.
Learn to draw comics and graphic novels. Each student will create their own graphic novel character and story line. We will experiment with different kinds of pens and line techniques and everyone will go home with their very own illustrated story book. A healthy snack will be provided each day. Tuesdays in January, Grades 1-3. Jan 9, 16, 23 and 30.GES Art Room. 3:30-5:30
Canvas Creations – Grades 1 – 3
This class is for kids who love to paint. Each day students will create their own masterpiece on quality stretched canvas, ready to hang. We will cover abstract techniques as well as landscape. A healthy snack will be provided each day. Tuesdays in February,
Grades 1-3.February 6, 13, 20 and 27. GES Art Room. 3:30-5:30
Paint your own Pottery – Grades 1 – 3
Students choose their own designs for pre-made mugs, bowls and figurines. Pottery is painted, glazed and fired. All works are food safe and great for gift giving. A healthy snack will be provided each day. Tuesdays in April. Grades 1-3. April 3, 10, 17, 24. 3:30-5:30.
Watercolor Wonder – Grades 1 – 3
Experience the magic of watercolors. Learn a new technique each class and have fun experimenting with this classic medium. Students will choose their favorite painting from the class for professional matting and framing. A healthy snack is provided each day.
Tuesdays in May. Grades 1-3. May 1, 8, 15 and 22. 3:30-5:30
Teen Open Studio – Ages 13-17
Students will be invited to use any and all of the materials in the studio to create their own works of 2D and relief style art work. A different style of contemporary art will be introduced each class for contemplation and inspirational purposes. Ages 13-17.
Every other Saturday beginning January 6th. 7:00-9:00pm. Jan 6, 20, Feb 3, 17.
Art on Elm
Painting and Drawing – Adults
Learn to draw and paint. From still life to nature studies and landscapes. If you already have skills or you have always wanted to learn, this is the class for you. Choose from acrylic, watercolor, pencil or pastel. Location: Art on Elm
Sundays, January 14, 21 and 28 (session 1)
Sundays February 10, 17 and 24 (session 2)
2:00-4:00, Adults 18+
BLUE BIRD HOUSE WORKSHOP
Want to do something that’s good for the bluebirds – and fun for you? Build them a nesting box. Thanks to man-made nest boxes, the population of these beautiful birds is on its way up! Join the GRD staff and build your own house to take home with you. The bluebird boxes we are building have a couple of interesting features and are easy to assemble. Registration fee includes precut and drilled cedar boards, ready for you to assemble. This is a great family project, children 12 and under must have parental supervision. Tools will be provided.
3:45-5:30 in the ES Art Room
Discover the process of painting and composition while having fun and using professional art materials. Classes will include: painting demonstrations and one-on-one instruction as students paint during class to explore color theory, still-lives, value, composition and the history of painting. A healthy nut-free snack will be provided each day.
Session 1: September: 5, 12, 19, 26 Tuesdays
Session 2: September: 6, 13, 20, 27 Wednesdays
Session 3: October: 3, 10, 17, 24 Tuesdays
Session 4: October: 4, 11, 18, 25 Wednesdays
Class held at GES Art Room.
Creepy Crawly Crafts
Ages 5 – 15
Thursday October 19th and Thursday October 26 from 6:00-7:30PM Create fun spooky themed crafts including glow in the dark jars, paintings on canvas, masks and costumes for your favorite doll or stuffed animal. Class held at Art on Elm.
YOUNG ARTISTS’ WORKSHOPS, Instructed by Liz Smith, BFA in Studio Art & Art History, Ohio University.
MINI MONET’S OF GRANVILLE – Ages: 4 – 7
We all know making art is FUN especially for little ones. Not only will your little ones have a blast exploring mediums such as water color, chalk pastels, mixed media and found natural objects, they will also become familiar with several of the masters as we focus on a new artist each day. Your child will be given a chance to see the world through art and have exciting and meaningful experiences along the way. At the end of the week, family members well be invited to view our amazing individual and collaborative creations in a gallery like setting. Time to roll up our sleeves, get a little messy and celebrate art. Instructor Liz Smith
VIVACIOUS VANGOGH’S OF GRANVILLE – Ages: 8 – 11
Young artists will love the opportunity to really explore different art forms through both individual and collaborative projects. We will use many different mediums such as acrylic paints, water color, chalk pastels, charcoal, mixed media and found natural objects to create art that showcases creativity from the beginning if the process to the final project. Students will also be exposed to the history of art as we focus on a new artist each day. Your young artist will discover new methods and techniques to create with many different mediums and to look at the world from an artistic perspective. At the end of the week family members will be invited to view our amazing individual and collaborative creations in a gallery like setting. Time to roll up our sleeves and get a little messy. Instructor Liz Smith
ART ADVENTURES – Ages: 6 – 12
Students work at their own skill level to create masterpieces. This class includes watercolor, mixed media, collage, and more. Lots of fun for all ages. Come prepared to get messy! Instructor is Karen Kill
ART ON ELM Instructor Lori Clarke: B.F.A in Fine Arts , Master’s in Education and a teaching certificate from The State of Ohio.
DINO DRAWING CAMP – Ages: 6 – 12
If your children love to draw this is the camp for them! Students will learn to draw dinosaurs, dragons, Pokemon and much more. We will be using real art materials like charcoal, pastel, pen and ink, specialty pencils and watercolor. Instructor Lori Clarke
PICTURE THIS! – Ages: 7 – 12
Students will paint on stretched canvas and artist quality watercolor paper. They will learn the principles of design and explore the possibilities of mixed media and collage, applying found objects such as beads and sand to enhance their compositions. Each artist will complete at least 3 finished pieces and will be invited to show their work during the Granville Art Walk on July 1st and August 5th. Instructor Lori Clarke.
FAIRY CAMP – Ages: 6 – 12
This class is for boys and girls who are interested in the pretend world of fairies. Each artist will make their own miniature fairy garden, using air-dry clay, dried foliage, and found objects. There will be fairy games and scavenger hunts around the village. The whole town is in on it. Discover fairy gardens in surprising places, while searching the nooks and crannies of the Historic Village of Granville. Instructor Lori Clarke.
CUPCAKES & CANVAS – Ages: 6 – 16
This is a step-by-step painting class where students follow along and everyone makes their own version of the instructors painting. The first day we are painting a beach scene with a sunset and the second day we will be making an abstract flower. We will also be decorating and eating cupcakes each day for snack. Instructor Lori Clarke.
JEWELRY MAKING – Ages: 10 – 16
We will be making bracelets, necklaces and hair accessories with string, wire and beads. Students will be using basic jewelry making tools including wire cutters, clamps and hammers. We will explore resin techniques and polymer clay to make some of our own beads. Each student will make at least one finished piece per day. Instructor Lori Clarke.
ORIGINAL DESIGNS – All Day Camp, Ages: 6 – 16
If your kids love art this is the camp for them! We will be exploring everything from painting on canvas to paper and wire sculpture. Students will make a self-portrait as well as a still life. We will examine what it is like to be an artist, make a body of work, and display work for a real art show. Art show will be held on August 5th during the Granville Art Walk. There will be an artist reception open to the public from 5-7PM. Instructor Lori Clarke.
ADVANCED DRAWING – Ages: 18+
This course uses simple materials —charcoal and erasers, inks and brushes—as means of discovery. Specific classroom exercises focus on visual analysis and the skills needed for expressive 2D form such as line, tone, mass and illusionistic space. Frequent individual critiques help students personalize their creative thinking. Students are responsible for purchasing their own art materials. Instructor Lori Clarke.