January 8th @ 3-4pm, One-Time Party, Learn About Artist of Color George Littlechild
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January 2022 Artist: Studying Indigenous Illustrator George Littlechild
Time: First four Saturdays @ 10-11am or 12-1pm,
or a one-time party class (second or fourth Saturday) @ 3-4pm
-10am or 12pm classes, four one-hour classes, $200 for 1-2 students at the host home. An additional $100 per up to two additional visiting students from one additional home.
-3pm party class, one one-hour class, $40 per student, min 4 students and max 8 students.
(1 host household, outdoor space required)
First four Saturdays- 1 student min/4 max OR one-time class: 4 student min/8 max
Have a blast!
Learn about illustrator George Littlechild of the Plains Cree Nation, Canadian First Nation
Create our own unique drawings or paintings by studying Littlechild’s use of line, color and materials
Older students will assist in reading story books to younger students when possible
All students will be encouraged to speak in front of the group about their work-
their process, their materials, their feelings
Have an end-of-the-month review discussion guided by Gardner's Multiple Intelligence Theory
Have a gallery party wherein we show our class where our work is displayed at the home and tell our gallery-goers about our piece
Over each 1hr. in-person class, we will begin with a warm-up drawing and share that work.
We may read a story, work on our main creations and discuss our work.
We may say goodbye with air high-fives, a silly imagination-based outro and/or smelly stickers.
A one-time party class will combine the following four classes into one.
Materials: Included with tuition
Week 1: The Warm-Up
Paper, drawing items (crayons, markers, pencils)
Week 2: The Feeling
Canvas, paint and/or oil pastels
Week 3: The Feeling
Work from last week to build upon
Week 4: The Gallery
Wear something fancy!
Prepare a title that describes your work
Display your work somewhere at home (outdoors) and get ready to share
Juice and cheese spread optional
(Classes are being held in PST.and in San Diego County.)