Online Art Class for Children: Drawing & Bookworks
Instructor: Deidre Hierlihy
Ages 6-12 (must be accompanied by a parent)
May 30 – June 20 (8 weeks)
No minimum, 10 maximum
Tell a story; create a visual world through drawing and bookmaking. This class guides you to create 3 dimensional bookworks using paper and drawing tools. A different project will be introduced each class, providing lots of potential to keep you busy all week. Make an inside/outside drawing, a spiral-cut book, an interchanging heads book and an accordion book. No special supplies needed, these 4 book projects use paper and drawing tools you have around the house.
Class! Please have prepared:
- stiff paper, such as: card stock for photocopier, Bristol board,
- a file folder, thick drawing paper, thin watercolour paper etc.
- any drawing material: markers, crayons, coloured pencils, pastels etc.
Express Yourself! (Pt. 3) Teen Drawing and Painting
Instructor: Marika Jemma
April 25 –June 13 (8 weeks)
No minimum, 10 maximum
Start where you are and learn new skills, practise techniques and gain confidence in expressing your ideas. Spring inspires fresh ideas, explorations of the natural world, organic forms and textures. This class will include portraiture, painting outside, figure studies, explorations in a variety of organic media, digital media and mixed media. The format is one hour online for discussion, demo, Q/A, student sharing/feedback. One hour self-directed studio with the option to share work with the instructor (including work in progress). One sketchbook assignment (30 minutes max.) due weekly.
(Students can join in first or second weeks in)
On Assignment: Digital Photography
Instructor: David Barbour
Saturday, June 6, 1:00 – 3:00
& Saturday, June 13, 1:00 – 4:00
Interested in joining an engaging online photography workshop? Ottawa School of Art instructor and professional photographer, David Barbour, is offering this introductory two-session workshop where students will explore their digital camera, the advantage of using manual mode, menu choices and how to use a popup flash properly. Students will complete one assignment and will share and highlight the importance of light and composition to produce engaging photographs. This workshop will be a useful introduction to David’s ten session course at the OSA in the fall!