Year-Round Program

The year ‘round program at Masterworks is comprised of three sessions. Spanning from September to May, there are two 12 week sessions and one 6 week session. Beginning in the fall, the Masterworks I and II classes start with the oldest known piece of art in history. and  by December conclude with Leonardo da Vinci and Michelangelo, of the Renaissance.

In January, the course picks up with the Dutch Masters of the early 1600’s . Called the “Winter Session”, the program guides the students to the beginning of the inspirational Impressionists. The focus is also on drawing and painting in this session.

Additionally, cultural projects such as Mardi Gras, Chinese New Year, El Dia de los Muertos, and Easter are weaved into the program. Since Masterworks is a fine art program, fundamental art lessons such as the color wheel, and light and shadow drawing are mixed in to all three sessions.

The final session in the year ‘round program culminates knowledge of all that came before in art and in the MASTERWORKS program. The Impressionists to Contemporary Art have been explored by the end of the “Spring Session” in May.

Projects are rarely repeated for returning students who always have an opportunity to customize projects already completed. Advanced students continue to familiarize themselves with the Masters and Cultural Art as they hone their fine art skills.

Classes are 1 hour and 45 minutes long, designated by age. A substantial snack, related to the project, is served to each class. This enhances the children’s learning experience and helps to anchor in their minds, the historical, geographical and cultural aspects of the art they have created.
 
CURRENT YEAR-ROUND PROGRAMS

WINTER Mondays (ages 9-10) 
01/09/23 – 04/03/23

Following the Masterworks core curriculum class on Wednesdays, students in the Monday class have some experience and a love for creating! It is not imperative that students have taken the Wednesday class, as we will be continuing study of the art history timeline for this age group. Alternate projects will be available for students who have taken the Weds. class for two years.

Time: 3:30pm-5:15pm
Fee: $480/12 weeks

No classes the week of February 20, 2023

CHILDREN’S EXHIBIT: April 2, 2023   1pm-6pm

WINTER Tuesdays (ages 12-14) 
01/10/23 – 04/04/23

For advanced students with an interest in pursuing drawing, painting and mixed media skills with a variety of subject matter. Portraits, still life’s and landscapes will all be explored. Prior approval for this class is necessary for those who have not taken Masterworks classes previously. Please send a few samples of work to lisa@masterworkskidsart.com.

Time: 3:45pm-5:30pm
Fee: $480/12 weeks

No classes the week of February 20, 2023

CHILDREN’S EXHIBIT: April 2, 2023    1pm-6pm

WINTER Wednesdays 2023 (ages 6-8) 
01/11/23 – 04/05/23

Although this is the beginning class at Masterworks, the focus on a core curriculum of art through the ages as well as cultural art is an enrichment program intended to inspire curious young artists. Starting with the Dutch Masters and ending with the Impressionists in April, several cultural and fundamental projects are woven in as well. A variety of hands-on, mixed media projects are explored while learning about art history. Returning students will have alternate projects.

Time: 3:30pm-5:15pm
Fee: $480/12 weeks

No classes the week of February 20, 2023

CHILDREN’S EXHIBIT April 2, 2023

WINTER Thursdays 2023 (ages 10-11) 
01/12/23 – 04/06/23

This in-house, intermediate art class is geared towards children ages 10-12 years old. The curriculum for the class loosely follows the Masterworks core curriculum, although altered to work on fine art skill development. The Winter Session focuses on drawing, painting and pastels, with emphasis on fine art and illustration throughout history.

Time: 3:45pm-5:30pm
Fee: $480/12 weeks

No classes the week of February 20,2023

Children’s Exhibit: April 2, 2023   1pm-6pm

 

**DUE TO THE LIMITED CLASS SIZE,

THERE ARE NO REFUNDS FOR ANY CLASS UNLESS THE SPOT CAN BE FILLED.**

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