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Registration is in September
Class is on Fridays from 4:30 - 6:00
The Kimisis Art Program started in September of 2002 and got off to a great start!It is designed for children, ages 8 and up, to explore their imagination while also learning classic drawing techniques.
The objective is to develop and improve all areas of drawing, sketching, and mix media. A variety of media such as pen, pencil, and charcoal,colored pencils, markers, watercolors and oil pastels are introduced.
All students work at their own pace. As they develop, they work in small groups.
The program is broken up into parts. Each project takes approximately 2-3 weeks tocomplete, depending on their difficulty.
Most important our objective is to have fun!It is my pleasure and honor to be able to instruct your children in the classic methodof drawing and painting.
I hope to integrate a fun-filled approach to learning creative arts.
There is an artist in all of us just waiting to bloom!
Anyone interested in obtaining more information,
Joyce Magriples Email: email@example.com
Registration fee is $30.00 -
Tuition fee is $10 per week and it is a “pay as you go” program. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
There is a set curriculum that includes up to 6-8 projects depending on their difficulty.
Each year we follow a theme and incorporate it in all of our projects.
For example some past themes have been “Art Recycled”, “3 Dimensional Art”, “Art Around the World” and more.
We follow 2 calendars – the school year calendar and the Greek Orthodox religious calendar for days off and “no class” days.
Every year we take a Museum trip that falls on the first Friday after school is closed for the summer; sometime at the end of June.
TBA The program runs until May and we have our Annual Art Show the last Sunday in May. TBA
Father George Nikas
20 Hillcrest Road
PO Box 367
Monday to Friday
11am - 3pm
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