Welcome to the second semester of Juneau Art Academy classes. The classes are held once a week, January 15th through April 23rd. There will be 14 class periods through the semester. The class fee includes the use of shared supplies.
Fees: Regular fee for the 60 minute classes is $255/ semester.
Update 1/14/2020: Registration for the semester-long classes is closed.
ADVANCED DRAWING : Imagination based 2-dimensional art
Teacher: Averyl Veliz
This class builds on the foundation laid in drawing 1 class using a variety of supplies and art making process (drawing, painting, and printmaking). New students are welcome. The class expands student’s knowledge on perspective, use of composition and creating images based on imagination.
Wednesdays (1/15-4/22. No class 3/25)
4:45-5:45 6th graders to high school students
Cost $170 for 7 drawing sessions
Half a semester: $110 for 4 drawing sessions
This is a non-guided life drawing session with nude models. Everyone is expected to bring their own supplies, set-up their space and work on their own. The sessions contain both quick drawing exercises and longer poses. For the safety of the models, abiding to the code of conduct is essential to this class, and disruptive behavior is not tolerated.
Every other Wednesday, starting on 1/22, 6-8:30 PM. Please be on time as the doors will lock shortly after the session starts.
Class periods: 1/22, 2/5, 2/19, 3/4, 3/18, 4/1, and 4/15.
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INTRODUCTION to FINE ART
Teacher: Inari Kylänen
This class provides an overview of the most common 2-dimensional art making techniques, drawing, painting and printmaking. Most of the art will be based on direct observation and drawing from nature. This class is most suitable for beginning and intermediate students, but advanced students are welcome to attend.
Thursdays (1/16-4/23. No class 3/26)
3:30-4:30 3rd-5th graders
4:45-5:45 6th graders to high school students (exception: 2/20 6:15-7:15)
Last day of classes will have an adjusted schedule 4/23:
4:00-5:00 3rd-5th graders
5:00-6:00 6th graders to high school students