September 6, 13, & 20 from 10:00 – 11:30 am
Teaching Artist Jennifer helps students build their art vocabulary through a fun exploration of a different art technique each week! Using pencil, paper, and watercolor, students will create original works based on the day’s technique, learning concepts such as symmetry, basic color theory, pattern, and more. Students complete a unique project at each class. This class is a continuation from Spring Quarter, but new students are always welcome! Parents or guardians are welcome, but not required, to stay with their child for the duration of the class. All supplies included.
Teaching Artist: Jennifer McBride
Jennifer McBride has a B.A. in Art and her work is primarily composed of silk-screened or wood-block prints depicting elements of nature. She is a home-school mom, and enjoys cooking and baking for her family, reading and spending time in her garden. Jennifer especially enjoys teaching baking to her nieces and son.
Free youth classes are funded by the Art Center East Youth Arts Learning Fund. The Fund is supported by the Avista Foundation, Autzen Foundation, Blue Mountain Bottled Water, Eastern Oregon University, Grande Ronde Med Spa, Haley Hines at Blue Summit Realty, JTMF Foundation, Koza Family Dental, La Grande School District, Miller Foundation, Nate Conklin at State Farm, Optimist International of La Grande, R&C Family Store, Soroptimist International of La Grande, Tanner Willson at Edward Jones, Walmart, and community member donations.
Location: Catherine Creek Community Center, 667 North Main Street in Union
Be sure to fill out a Youth Release Form & RSVP for ONLY your children below! Please be sure to add each child’s name that will be attending.
If you are 18 and under, and have not already filled out a youth release form, CLICK HERE to fill one out!
There are limited spots available for this class! If you RSVP and later find you’re unable to attend, please email ACE Programs Coordinator Sophia Aimone at [email protected] to cancel your RSVP. This helps ACE open up spots for other interested students. Thank you!