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YPS Weekend Classes at St. Paul's

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Course # Course Title Credits Instructor Cost
NCSP 129 Drawing & Painting from Observation and Imagination (Grades 3-5) 0.00 credits James Travers $350.00

Section A Meets 1/27/2018 to 4/14/2018 on Saturday from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Location: St. Paul's School. Grades 3-5. In this course, students develop both technical and creative skill sets on a 2D surface with a variety of wet and dry media. Demonstration of formal approaches to making combined with open-ended student driven prompts, allow budding artists to develop a strong foundation in both rendering realistic artworks, and the visual potential of their own inventive ideas. No class March 17 and March 31.
NCSP 164 Emotional Expressions (Grades K-2) 0.00 credits Natovian McLeod $350.00

Section SPR Meets 1/27/2018 to 4/14/2018 on Saturday from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Location: St. Paul's School. Grades K-2. What do our emotions mean to us? Inspired by children’s literature, each week young artists will focus on a single emotion, all while discovering new art media and processes along the way. While young artists have an opportunity to create unique outcomes under the prompt of the day, we will learn visual and verbal representations of our emotions can bring us together as a community of artists. No class March 17 and March 31.
NCSP 231 Innovative and Metaphorical Self Portraits (Grades 6-8) 0.00 credits Joel Baldwin $350.00

Section A Meets 1/27/2018 to 4/14/2018 on Saturday from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Grades 6-8. Students begin with the traditional self-portrait and an understanding of basic facial proportions, then branch into thematic and/or metaphorical ideas about self as the basis for composing expressive self-portraits that may or may not include a face. Students begin with observational work using mirrors and dry drawing media such as charcoal, pastels, and pencil. Once this foundation is established, various prompts will guide students to think about expressing themselves via self-portrait in unusual, meaningful, and innovative ways. No class March 17 and March 31. Joel Baldwin is Baltimore County Art teacher, BS in Art Education from Penn State, MS in Educational Technology from Johns Hopkins University. He loves teaching many different styles of art and allowing students to explore their creative talents through traditional and computer-generated media.