Kids Classes - Ages 5-7 & 8-12
Joslyn art classes for children ages 5-12 are held on Saturday mornings and afternoons and are led by experienced artists and art educators. Each course includes visits to the Museum’s galleries as an essential component of the art-making experience. Students in Saturday classes are exposed to art-making materials, techniques, and concepts that are unique to Joslyn Art Museum. Advance registration is required and all materials are provided.

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Sculpture Study
Saturdays: July 11, 18, 25; 10-11:30 am
An exhibition of bronze sculptures by the world famous Auguste Rodin, and other 3D works throughout the Museum, will show us how artists build, carve, and model materials to create sculptures of all kinds. In the studio we’ll sculpt with clay, create plaster casts of our handprints, and more.
Instructor: Carey Hernandez

Drawing: Fine Figures
Saturdays: July 11, 18, 25, August 1; 1-3 pm
This class will teach the tricks and techniques artists use to draw people and make them look real. An exhibition of figurative sculpture and figure paintings in the galleries will be our guide as we learn to use charcoal, artists’ pencils, and pastels to create portraits and figure studies.
Instructor: Carey Hernandez

People Power
Saturdays: August 8, 15, 22; 10-11:30 am
Huge colorful portraits and twisted figure sculptures will be our guide in this class as we learn to make art about people. We’ll visit all kinds of people in the galleries and learn to create sculptures and paintings of the special people in our lives…including you!
Instructor: CaSandra Johnson

Sculpture in Motion
Saturdays: August 8, 15, 22, 29; 1-3 pm
Learn to create like a sculptor as we build large plaster sculptures of people in motion. We’ll look at a special exhibition of famous bronze sculptures by Auguste Rodin to see how he masterfully bends and twists the bodies of his subjects to create movement and emotion.
Instructor: Jaim Hackbart