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Register for Spring Art Classes

Teens (4/8 - 6/15)

Ages 12-18

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These in-depth art experiences with extended class times inspire teens to engage in ambitious explorations of concepts, creative expression, historical and cultural context, connections, applications, and materials. Armory teen classes are designed for all skill levels, from advanced art students to teens who simply love making art. All materials are provided. Classes meet 10 times, unless noted otherwise.

Teen Scholarships are generously provided by the Pearlman Geller Family Foundation.

Artsy Comics & Caricature
Sp19.400 (Ages 12-14)

Create amusing comics with simplified or exaggerated caricatures in your own style as you explore the many ways to tell stories through image and text.

Offered on Mon. 4:00 PM

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New: Drawing & Sculpting to Scale
Sp19.600 (Ages 15-18)

Create sketches, then convert these initial designs first into prototypes, and then into finished sculptures constructed of multiple unique components including paper, cardboard, fabric, paint, and found objects.

Offered on Mon. 4:00 PM

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Stop Motion Animation
Sp19.401 (Ages 12-14)

Experience the animation process from start to finish, from character design to storyboards to creating a final animation work with sound.

Offered on Tue. 4:00 PM

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Painting
Sp19.601 (Ages 15-18)

Create your own unique paintings while learning foundational skills such as color mixing, brushwork, and composition techniques.

Offered on Tue. 4:00 PM

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Design, Dye, & Sew
Sp19.402 (Ages 12-14)

Design, cut, and sew your own hand-dyed fabric into one-of-a-kind wearable and original pieces.

Offered on Wed. 4:00 PM

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Ceramics
Sp19.403 (Ages 12-14)

Learn how to use the potter’s wheel as well as hand-building techniques with high and low fire clay.

Offered on Wed. 4:00 PM

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Figure Drawing
Sp19.602 (Ages 15-18)

Boost your drawing skills with this essential class in observational drawing of professional (clothed) figure models.

Offered on Wed. 4:00 PM

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Drawing & Painting
Sp19.404 (Ages 12-14)

Create beautiful art while learning the basics of drawing and painting.

Offered on Thu. 4:00 PM

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Photoshop
Sp19.603 (Ages 15-18)

Even inexperienced Photoshop users can excel in this class about the all-powerful digital darkroom and design software.

Offered on Thu. 4:00 PM

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Comics Art & The Graphic Novel
Sp19.405 (Ages 12-14)

You’ll create your own eight-page Graphic Novel in this course, taught by a published comic artist.

Offered on Fri. 4:00 PM

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Darkroom Photography
Sp19.406 (Ages 12-14)

Discover the magic of the darkroom as you explore film-based black and white photography while developing camera skills and printing techniques.

Offered on Fri. 4:00 PM

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Printmaking & Screen Printing
Sp19.407 (Ages 12-14)

Explore an array of media and techniques, while creating multiples of your own design on fabric, paper, shirts, and more.

Offered on Fri. 4:00 PM

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Ceramics
Sp19.604 (Ages 15-18)

Make functional and sculptural ceramics while learning basic, intermediate and advanced hand building and throwing techniques.

Offered on Fri. 4:00 PM

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New: Teen Drama
Sp19.408 (Ages 12-14)

Discover your own theatrical expression through exercises, games, and improvisation in this fun drama class for young actors of all levels.

Offered on Sat. 10:00 AM

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Darkroom Photography
Sp19.605 (Ages 15-18)

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Offered on Sat. 10:30 AM

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The Art of Words
Sp19.606 (Ages 15-18)

Visual artists use text in multiple ways, and this class explores and develops your individual voice through the power of language in art.

Offered on Sat. 10:30 AM

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Digital Photography
Sp19.607 (Ages 15-18)

In this essential class for the art student, you’ll explore personal style and improve your photographic ways of seeing.

Offered on Sat. 1:00 PM

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