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$35, $30 mbrs. (discounted price will display for members upon login)
Limit 8 students. (recommended for students grade 3 and up)
Online kids printmaking class: Tuesday October 20 at 3:30pm EST (session will run for 1.5 hours)
Students will meet via Zoom.
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Zoom classrooms a blur? Frazzled from a day of in-person learning? Ms. Bria puts some of the creativity back in school, leading students through art projects online. Clear the kitchen table and join her online to learn some fun ways of turning household items into works of art.
Have you ever wanted to create art with food from your refrigerator? Now you can! Miss Bria leads young students through a printmaking lesson using healthy foods to stamp and print your own greeting cards. Parental assistance is required for the cutting of fruits and veggies.
No experience needed.
Bria Ansara is a musician, visual artist, and art educator, who moved to Key West in 2008. She is currently leading the “Schools at the Studios” program at The Studios of Key West, which offers a curriculum of museum studies and art lessons to school aged students. Her favorite medium is pen and ink, and her favorite subjects include local flora, fauna, and architecture.
1. Students/parents will need to sign up for a free Zoom account.
2. Parents may want to prepare the workspace with loose newspaper to protect the surface.
3. We ask that family members in the background keep their voices low, as students will not mute their microphones in this session. We encourage an open conversation, so minimal background noise is appreciated.
2. You will receive a link to join the meeting in your automatic email and a reminder 15 minutes before the session.
Newspaper to cover your work surface
Several shades of tempera paint
Small, flat plates to hold paint
Several rubber bands
6-10 sheets of card stock or thick/durable paper, cut in half and folded to create a greeting card
At least three of the following:
-full head of celery (Highly recommended for this project.)
-full head of romaine lettuce (Highly recommended for this project.)
-several Brussels sprouts
Please note: These fruits and vegetables should be relatively fresh, and of course the unused segments can be eaten after class! Parental supervision is requested at the start of the class when slicing of the fruit/vegetables will be required. Once the food is sliced, students will be able to print on their own if desired.