Discovering The Arts: Through the structured visual arts production of art works, young artists or regular student steps into the role of an artist. For those who discover a new talent to those who discover a creative approach to problem solving, art making can affect your life in a positive way.

 

The arts have been proven to enhance academic performance and give young people a rich reservoir of information upon which to draw from when pursuing other subjects. Professional working artists and art educators will provide positive role model instruction, mentoring and provide a view of alternative life solutions and outcomes through art.

Discovering the Arts 2017 Summer Program

Presented by Ellington-White CDC

 

DATES:              June 19 - July 19, 2017

LOCATION:         Fayetteville State University

                    Department of Performing

                    and Fine Arts Visual Art Studios,

                    Building 786

                         Rosenthal Building, 1200 Murchison Rd.,

                         corner of William T. Brown Drive

 

CLASS TIMES:    Mondays - Wednesdays

                         9:00 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 

                    Middle School Ages 10 - 14 (ONLY)

          

TEACHING:         Visual Arts and Crafts –

                         Drawing and 2D Design - Cornell Jones

                    Painting - Dwight Smith

                    Ceramics - Namera Graybeal

                          

  

PROGRAM:  MORNING SCHEDULE

9:00 – 10:00: Drawing and 2D Design – Instructor Cornell Jones, Arts Instructor Cumberland County Public Schools.  Classes will include an introduction to various art media (pencil, drawing tools, conte and watercolor pencils) and mixed media techniques.

 

10:00 – 11:00: Painting - Arts Instructor Dwight Smith, FSU

Classes will include an introduction to paint media (watercolor and acrylic) and mixed media collage techniques

 

11:00 – 12:00: Ceramics Arts - Namera Graybeal, Arts Instructor Cumberland County Public Schools. Classes will include clay modeling

and ceramic processes.  

 

Snacks provided.  Lunch is not provided.  This a half day (1/2) program only.  Students must be picked up by 12:30pm

 

CCF STK DONOR VISIT DAYS:  July 12TH.

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