Winslow Children’s Workshops

Past:

Screen-Print Workshop


Day: Saturday, April 20, 2013

Time: 12:30-3:30 pm

Cost: $40 (includes printing paper and one T-shirt)

Additional shirts may be purchased for $6 ea.

Age: 6 and up...


In this one-day workshop, children will create an original screen-printed image on both archival paper and a T-shirt. Children will make their own cut paper stencils to be used alone or in combination with a selection of photographic halftone

and line art images.

Instructor:

Patricia Mitchell, is an artist and educator with over 20 years experience. Previously a master printer with Gemini G.E.L. and head professor of the Printmaking Department at the Kendall College of Art and Design, she is has led various printmaking workshops for children at both the LAUSD and through private institutions in the Los Angeles area.



Introduction to mark making on a large surface. Students will explore a variety of media and materials for making large format images. Students will have the opportunity to use paint rollers, squirt bottles, cattle markers, and large chalks. In this introductory session children will explore marks and immersive color as a means of conveying emotion.

Elizabeth Wild is a  multi-talented artist and educator. She is the recipient of numerous fellowships including one from The Fundaciøøn Valpariso in Almerîa, Spain, a FIVA fellowship from The National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts in cooperation with the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and two fellowships from The Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle, WA. Elizabeth has a undergraduate degree in Painting and Art History from The University of Virginia and received her MFA from The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. 

Introduction to Large Format Painting for Children

                                                                                                                 

Time: 9:30-12pm

Cost: $45 per session

Age: 5 and up

Class limited to 6 people

Snack provided

Session 1 (Abstract Mark Making)  May 25th

Måché Magic!

Sundays in October!

From 2-4:30

Oct. 6,13, 20th

Cost: $20 per session

Elizabeth Wild is a  multi-talented artist and educator. She is the recipient of numerous fellowships including one from The Fundaciøn Valpariso in Almeria, Spain, a FIVA fellowship from The National Foundation for Advancement in the Arts in cooperation with the Corcoran Gallery of Art, and two fellowships from The Pilchuck Glass School in Seattle, WA. Elizabeth has a undergraduate degree in painting and art history from The University of Virginia and received her MFA  from The Ohio State University in Columbus, OH. 

Make a one of a kind papier måché mask for Halloween! Eight layer måché balloon bases are available for $15. Just add ears, nose, etc and you are on your way to a great head piece. You should be able to get a simple mask done in one session.


Stop-Motion Animation Workshop:

In this playful one-day workshop kids will work together to explore basic animation techniques. They will use found objects and their own selves to create a simple stop-motion animation. The class will culminate in a DVD delivered to all the kids. Limited to 6 people.

Instructor: Gil Omry Barel, is an MFA arts graduate from CalArts. She is an exhibiting visual artist and an experienced art teacher who has worked with various schools and art programs throughout Los Angeles. Among them are the CalArts-affiliated Community Arts Partnership (CAP), the Sony Media Arts Program at Watts Towers Art Center and CitiLife.