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Exploring Visual Arts II | Ages 9-12

| Schurman Family Studio
This class explores the elements of art from a more technical, but still open-ended lens through exercises in drawing, painting, and sculpture. Activities will be supplemented by gallery tours, videos, and images that are relevant to the topics at hand.

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Cost: $150
Ages: 9-12 years
Duration: 8 weeks
Capacity: 20
Instructor: Andreas Fobes

Date & Time: Saturdays 11:00am – 12:00pm
Location: Schurman Family Studio

All Dates for 2023-24 Exploring Visual Arts II

FALL: October 21 – December 9
WINTER: January 13 – March 2
SPRING: April 13 – June 6

Family Discount

A family discount is applied to two or more children from the same family attending the same session. Please note that family discounts for students in different class levels (Exploring Visual Arts I & Exploring Visual Arts II) are not automatically applied, please contact us and we will be happy to apply the discount for you.

For more information, please contact Callista Gilks at 902-628-6134 or [email protected]

Refunds are available for students up to two-weeks prior to their program start.  Students who must withdraw after this time-period must provide a medical note to receive a refund.


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