Appalachian State’s Turchin Center Offers Child Art Classes

Blazing Easels Child Art Classes

 

Let your child’s imagination unleash at the Blazing Easels workshops offered at the Turchin Center on the Appalachian State University campus. Each Friday through the first week of December will be a new workshop. You can sign up for one month of classes or for all three months. Here is the line-up of workshops:

September

Blazing Easels: My Secret Garden

September 11: Wildflowers
Use two different techniques to paint watercolor wildflowers.

September 18: Stepping Stones and Suncatchers
Design and make stepping stones and colorful suncatchers.

September 25: Wind Chimes and Wind Spirals
Make wind chimes with buttons and old CDs, plus wind spirals from plastic water bottles.

October

Blazing Easels: Ciao Italia

October 9: Gondola and Venetian mask
Paint a Venetian river scene and add a 3-D gondola. Plus, make a Venetian mask.

October 16: Leonardo da Vinci Portrait
Draw a face from the Italian Renaissance.

October 23: Pop-up Architecture
Draw a famous Italian building and make a pop-up card with it.

October 30: Modigliani
Draw and paint a Modigliani portrait.

November/December

Blazing Easels: Latin American Art

November 6: Panama’s Mola
Make a folk-art mola from Panama using layers of colored paper.

November 13: Mexico’s Diego Rivera Mural
Students will collaborate to recreate one of Diego Rivera’s murals.

November 20: Colombia’s Fernando Botero: Animal Paper Mache
Make an animal sculpture in the style of artist Fernando Botero.

December 4: Ecuador’s Oswaldo Guayasamin: Hands & Jewelry
Draw hands in the style of Guayasamin. Then design a piece of jewelry and create it using found objects and paper.

How to Register

Email turchincenter@appstate.edu, call (828) 262-3017, or stop by the front desk to register for any Turchin Center workshop.

* Register for all three Fall 2015 Blazing Easels workshops…

…and save $5. Scholarships based on need will be considered. Registration is limited to 20 students per workshop on a first come first serve basis.