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artWORKS is a collaboration between the Armory, Learning Works Charter School, and Flintridge Center. At artWORKS, we encourage teens from different backgrounds to express themselves through a combination media arts and fine arts. We creatively engage teens to improve academic performance, deepen cultural awareness, develop positive social skills, and teach creative pursuits that matter in school and in the real world.
All artWORKS after-school classes are free, but registration is required (see form below).
Classes are held at artWORKS, 2914 E. Walnut, Pasadena (not at the Armory).
Fall/Winter 2014 Class Schedule
Use industry standard software to produce your own music, make beats, mix sound, and write lyrics. There will be performance opportunities in October to showcase your work.
Mondays, 4 – 5:30 pm
September 8 – December 8, 2014
No Class November 10 and November 24
Street art and graffiti art — come learn all about it and have fun creating your own work. Learn techniques to make original stencils, stickers, and mural panels using spray paint in a creative, save, and legal environment. Learn how artists take it from the street to the world of art and media. There will be opportunities to exhibit your aerosol work in October and March.
Tuesdays, 4 – 5:30 pm
September 9 – December 9
No Class November 11 and November 25
DIY Screen Printing
Learn the basics of screen printing so you can create your own art on t-shirts, posters and other objects. Learn how to do it yourself, and do it right.
Wednesdays, 4 – 5:30 pm
September 10 – December 10
No Class November 26
Make monsters and characters through creative uses of photography, graphics, drawing, and painting. Then, using Photoshop or iMovie, mash them up into 2-D artwork and stop-motion animated videos.
September 11 – December 11
4 – 5:30 pm
No Class November 27
SPECIAL PROJECT WORKSHOP:
The Art of Technical Screen Printing
Are you interested in achieving better results with your screen printing? How do the materials you use make a difference? You’ll focus on specific techniques, tools, and materials to help you achieve better results. Plus, you will get savvy tips on ways to market your work. Open to all. Recommended for students enrolled in DIY Screen Printing.
October 6, 13, 20
4 – 5:30 pm