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Young People's Studio at St. Paul's School, Session 2

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Course # Course Title Credits Instructor Cost
CARE 201 YPS Before Care - St' Paul's Location; Session II (7/2-7/13) 0.00 credits - TBA $115.00

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 8:00 AM to 9:30 AM.

Before Care - St. Paul's
CARE 211 YPS- Lunch- St. Paul's Location; Session II (7/2- 7/13) 0.00 credits - TBA $

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM.

Lunch- St. Paul's
CARE 221 YPS After Care- St. Paul's Location- Session II (7/2-7/13) 0.00 credits - TBA $150.00

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 3:30 PM to 6:00 PM.

After Care- St. Paul's
NCSP 130 Toy Design (Grades 3-5) 0.00 credits James Travers $340.00

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM.

(Grades 3-5). Cars and trucks, people and animals have been subjects for toys over time. In this class, students create their own versions and interpretations of toys that roll, move, engage, and delight. In addition, gameboards, cards, tokens and other playing pieces are designed as artistic sculpture. Students develop ideas and plans through a series of process sketches and design ideas, eventually leading to a refined finished product. Students select from a variety of materials including wood, wire, paper and found objects in developing their fanciful toy sculptures and game pieces. No Class July 4.
Jamie Travers has a master’s degree in art education from MICA. He has taught for almost twenty years, an assortment of YPS courses from Ancient Egyptian, Greek & Roman Art to Comic Book & Toy Design. During the school week he teaches art at Centennial Lane Elementary School in Ellicott City. In his spare time, he loves to draw and paint in his studio at Howard County Center for the Arts, where he is a resident artist.
NCSP 143 Clay Workshop (Grades 3-5) 0.00 credits Debra Rogers $340.00

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Location: St. Paul's Schools. Grades 3-5. This course is especially designed for young children who are interested in developing their skills in using basic hand-building techniques to create both functional and decorative forms in clay. Using the clay work of different cultures and that of specific artists as inspiration, students create unique forms, patterns, textures and colors in exploring the medium and their ideas. No Class July 4.
NCSP 149 Sensational Sculpture (Grades K-2) 0.00 credits - TBA $340.00

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Location: St. Paul's School. Grades: K-2. Young artists take a fantastic adventure into the world of three-dimensions! From figurines to animals, paper forms to mobiles, this course taps into an immense array of tactile materials that encourage students to attach, build, glue, construct, twist, mold, arrange, tie and connect. Students embark upon excursions around the campus to collect ideas and objects, and they view a wide ranging collection of both realistic and fanciful sculptures made by master artists. Young sculptors in this class learn to combine materials for expresses purposes, work collaboratively to create modular sculptures, and explore the tactile quality of every objects and materials. No Class July 4.
NCSP 164 Emotional Expressions (Grades K-2) 0.00 credits - TBA $340.00

Section SUM Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 1:00 PM to 3:30 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 236 The Comic Book Grades 6-8 0.00 credits James Travers $340.00

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Location: St. Paul's Schools. Grades 6-8. In this course, students practice the art of telling stories through pictures. Formal aspects of narrative are applied by combining the written word with visual sequences. Students learn how storylines are developed, formats are considered and characters created. Observation skill building helps students develop a basis for their fantasy figures, heroes and heroines. Each student explores animation techniques and produces a comic strip consisting of several frames as well as a multipage comic book. No Class July 4.
Jamie Travers has a master’s degree in art education from MICA. He has taught for almost twenty years, an assortment of YPS courses from Ancient Egyptian, Greek & Roman Art to Comic Book & Toy Design. During the school week he teaches art at Centennial Lane Elementary School in Ellicott City. In his spare time, he loves to draw and paint in his studio at Howard County Center for the Arts, where he is a resident artist.
NCSP 237 Painting Through the Movements (Grades 6-8) 0.00 credits Debra Rogers $340.00

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM.

Location: St. Paul's Schools. Grades 6-8. Most would characterize great art as exhibiting outstanding technical skill and accuracy in observed form. But as the history of art progresses, modern art shows that an artist’s flexibility in media application, conceptual approach and attempting something new are just as important. Looking at and practicing art technique from a variety of art movements, allows young painters to develop and strengthen their understanding of the full breadth of wet media, enhance their versatility as a painter, and make informed decisions about their own unique aesthetic moving forward. No Class July 4.
NCSP 319 Drawing from Life: Personal Narrative Grades 9-12 0.00 credits Ryan Hoge $340.00

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 9:30 AM to 12:00 PM.

Location: St. Paul's Schools. Grades 9-12. Intended for the student who wishes to flesh out an art portfolio with representational work, this course is a mix of figurative, landscape/cityscape,and still-life work. Rather than simply drawing from life, however, students are asked to think critically about subject matter choices and points of view. Beginning with open-ended prompts to help determine personally meaningful or symbolic subject matter for life-drawing, students respond visually by seeking places, objects, scenes, and actions to communicate personal narratives. Students gain skills in rendering realistically, creating form through light and dark, and developing strong compositions. While doing so, students also learn how to make purposeful selections in composing a piece of art. Students think deeply and critically about how to infuse a work from life with symbolic meaning, mood, and personal style via distinct personal mark-making and expression. No Class July 4.
NCSP 321 Thematic Painting with Mixed Media Collage Grades 9-12 0.00 credits Ryan Hoge $340.00

Section A Meets 7/2/2018 to 7/13/2018 on Monday,Tuesday,Wednesday,Thursday,Friday from 1:00 PM to 3:30 PM.

Location: St. Paul's Schools. Grades 9-12. This course offers students opportunities to develop personal and individual themes through the exploration of painting combined with other media. Students explore personal concepts and apply traditional and contemporary approaches to express them through visual form. A rich use of materials is used in combination with traditional painting media to push ideas to visual fulfillment. Slide lectures, information from text, demonstrations and individual critiques are used to help students’ ideas take form. No Class July 4.