Art School 2017-18
Weeks of September 19-December 12; continuing January 23-April 10, 2018
Joslyn Members: $275; General Public $300


This 24-week visual arts program introduces students to Joslyn's collections and exhibitions with sequential art instruction in six media- drawing, painting, ceramics, printmaking, sculpture, and fiber arts. Students explore each medium, while building art skills and concepts at age-appropriate levels. Joslyn Art School's museum setting provides a one-of the kind opportunity for students to encounter original works of art, to experiment in related art media, and learn from a professional staff committed to providing individual challenges and guidance.

Art School courses are held 4:30-6 pm...
Grades 1-2: Tuesdays
Grades 3-4: Wednesdays
Grades 5-6: Tuesdays
Grades 7-9: Wednesdays
High School: Thursdays (4-5:30 pm)

Home School courses are held 1-2:30 pm
Grades 1-3 (A): Tuesdays; Grades 1-3 (B): Wednesdays
Grades 4-6 (A): Tuesdays; Grades 4-6 (B): Wednesdays
Grades 7-9: Thursdays

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Art School Grades 1-2
Tuesdays, 4:30-6 pm
Weeks of September 19-December 12, continuing January 23-April 10

Joslyn Members: $275; General Public: $300 (Payment plans available.)
This 24-week visual arts program introduces students to Joslyn’s collections and exhibitions with sequential art instruction in seven media – drawing, painting, pottery, printmaking, sculpture, photography, and fiber arts. Students explore each medium, while building art skills and concepts at age-appropriate levels. Joslyn Art School’s museum setting provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity for students to encounter original works of art, to experiment in related art media, and learn from a professional staff committed to providing individual challenges and guidance.
Instructor: Therese Straseski






Art School Grades 3-4
Wednesdays, 4:30-6 pm
Weeks of September 19-December 12, continuing January 23-April 10

Joslyn Members: $275; General Public: $300 (Payment plans available.)
This 24-week visual arts program introduces students to Joslyn’s collections and exhibitions with sequential art instruction in seven media – drawing, painting, pottery, printmaking, sculpture, photography, and fiber arts. Students explore each medium, while building art skills and concepts at age-appropriate levels. Joslyn Art School’s museum setting provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity for students to encounter original works of art, to experiment in related art media, and learn from a professional staff committed to providing individual challenges and guidance.
Instructor: Andy Smith







Art School Grades 5-6
Tuesdays, 4:30-6 pm
Weeks of September 19-December 12, continuing January 23-April 10

Joslyn Members: $275; General Public: $300 (Payment plans available.)
This 24-week visual arts program introduces students to Joslyn’s collections and exhibitions with sequential art instruction in seven media – drawing, painting, pottery, printmaking, sculpture, photography, and fiber arts. Students explore each medium, while building art skills and concepts at age-appropriate levels. Joslyn Art School’s museum setting provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity for students to encounter original works of art, to experiment in related art media, and learn from a professional staff committed to providing individual challenges and guidance.
Instructor: Josh Brown

 





Art School Grades 7-9
Wednesdays 4:30-6 pm
Weeks of September 19-December 12, continuing January 23-April 10

Joslyn Members: $275; General Public: $300 (Payment plans available.)
This 24-week visual arts program introduces students to Joslyn’s collections and exhibitions with sequential art instruction in seven media – drawing, painting, pottery, printmaking, sculpture, photography, and fiber arts. Students explore each medium, while building art skills and concepts at age-appropriate levels. Joslyn Art School’s museum setting provides a one-of-a-kind opportunity for students to encounter original works of art, to experiment in related art media, and learn from a professional staff committed to providing individual challenges and guidance.
Instructor: Matt Jones