Instructor: Miss Bee
Session A: Tuesdays, 3/26, 4/2, 4/9, 4/16
Session B: Tuesdays, 4/23, 4/30, 5/7, 5/14
Time: 4-5:30pm, first floor studio, Gallery 122B
Creative expression with yoga moves will help children learn relaxation and meditation in their yoga journey. Children will learn breathing techniques, flowing yoga asanas (poses), guided relaxation with visuals, and mediation. Each student will learn to enhance focus and increase balancing skills. They will have heightened awareness of the present moment while gaining strength and flexibility. Children will learn calming techniques in addition to a variety of yoga poses throughout this exciting yoga class!
Fee: $75NM 4 Week Sessions
Instructor: Kelley Clark
Dates: Thursdays: 4/4, 4/11, 4/18, 4/25
Time: 4-5:30pm, first floor studio
This class is an introduction to drawing with an emphasis on the development of visual awareness. Experimentation and exploration of techniques and subject matter will be achieved through the use of various media including pencil and charcoal. Projects will emphasize development of technical skill. This class works from the principal elements of drawing including the study of line, shape, value and composition. Methods of instruction will include drawing from direct observation and various exercises designed to sharpen individual perception. This class is designed for ages 10-14 with an interest in drawing and sketching. Limit is 8 students
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Fee: $80/NM 4 Week Session
Instructor: Kathi Parisi
Dates: Monday March 25 through Friday March 29
Time: 9am-1pm, upstairs studio
Ages: 7-12, snack and supplies included
Come join the fun as we celebrate a week of art and feature movies during Spring Break at LGAL. Bring your snack, lunch and a drink and get ready to make some amazing art and meet new friends during spring break! All supplies included.
Fee: $180NM | 1 Week
Starts with Art
Donated funds to this program will cover the fees for children's classes, camps and art supplies of local talented children (grades K`12) nominated by teachers who believe their student(s) would benefit from the arts.
This winter recipient Delia, 6th grade received her scholarship to use towards any of our Youth Classes at the La Grange Art League.