Clay Art Academy for Home-School

Theme: No more glass ceilings. Celebrating Women’s History
Interested in including an art component to your homeschool planning?  Our classes integrate clay projects with educational visual arts and mixed media projects that will help your kids to think creatively while developing critical thinking. The International Women’s Day is celebrated on Thursday, March 8th. This month, our focus is to learn about important women icons that have changed world history while creating exciting and beautiful art projects. Students are encouraged to look up information about the artists before class for inspiration. Tuition must be paid for the full four-week session one week in advance of the first class. You may pre register with a $25.00 deposit to save a spot in the class session.

Tuesday, March 6:  Re discovering our heroes. Learn these women heroes’ stories making these finger puppets.
Tuesday, March 13:  Rebel Flower. Marjane Satrapi. Learn about this comic artist while making  a fun collaborative project.
Tuesday, March 20:  Anna Atkins Flower Tiles. Learn about this revolutionary artist while creating gorgeous flower tiles.
Tuesday, March 27: Yayoi Kusama Vases. Learn about this legendary artist using her signature pattern.

Learn about Art History and Human rights while developing the following abilities and skills: teamwork, fine motor skills, chromatography, and reading comprehension.

Level:  Ages 7 and up
Class Limit:  Minimum 5 students per session, Maximum 15

Clay Art Academy for Home-School
  • March 6, 2018 to March 27, 2018
  • Ohr-O’Keefe Museum of Art, Ceramics Studio
  • $100 for 4 week session
  • Recurring weekly on Tuesday