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Teacher’s Professional Development— Elements & Principals of Art with Visiting Artist Yvonne Manipon #1070
In this workshop, classroom teachers explore the elements and principals of art through hands-on painting and drawing activities. The class will focus on useful concepts to incorporate into teaching—color theory, patterns in nature, line, and shape. These lessons can be applied to Common Core English Language Arts and Science standards for grades K-12. This program was generously sponsored by donations from Art Affair 2015.Class Schedule & Tuition
Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Yvonne Manipon
Day & Duration: Thursday, 1 day / July 9
Session 1 (#1070): 9:00 am – 12:00 pm *This session is full. Please sign up for the afternoon session.
Session 2 (#1147): 1:00 – 4:00 pm *New session added
Location: Media Lab
Tuition & Supply Fee: $10
Supplies to be provided.
Born in Southern California and raised in the Pacific Northwest, Yvonne Manipon
completed her MA in Arts Administration at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and earned her BA degree at the University of Oregon, where she majored in Fine and Applied Arts and Art History. Currently, Yvonne lives and works in Honolulu, Hawai‘i as a teaching artist for the Honolulu Museum Art School and as a Museum Guide for the Art Bento program at Hawai‘i State Art Museum. Before moving back to Hawai‘i, Yvonne was the Executive Director for the Materials Exchange Center for Community Arts (MECCA), taught art classes for the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, and served as a docent leading tours at the UO Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Yvonne is thrilled to be back in the islands of Hawai‘i where she finds her inspiration in the landscape investigating the beauty and unique quality of light found in the Hawaiian Islands. http://yvonnemanipon.blogspot.com/
Basic Drawing Intensive with Visiting Artist Natalie Westbrook #1096
This short workshop focuses on observational drawing. Students will explore basic drawing tools and techniques through a variety of short exercises. Working in black and white media, the class will study formal elements including line, composition, perspective, value, texture, shape and space. Subjects will include both still life and landscape. The first part of the workshop will be held inside the classroom and the second part of class will include work outdoors on the unique grounds of the Hui. No previous experience required! **This class has been canceledClass Schedule & Tuition
Teaching Artist: Visiting Artist Natalie Westbrook
Day & Duration: Saturday, 1 day
August 22 / 10:00 am – 4:00 pm
Location: Media Lab
Tuition: $70 ($94 nonmember)
Natalie Westbrook received her BFA from The Cooper Union School of Art, her MA in Critical and Curatorial Studies from the University of Louisville, and her MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Yale University. Her work has been exhibited nationally, including recent exhibitions at Robert Miller Gallery; New York, NY, Interstate Projects; Brooklyn, NY, Reynolds Gallery; Richmond, VA, Bushwick Basel 2012, Vaudeville Park; Brooklyn, NY, and Co/Lab at Art Platform Los Angeles, CA. She was awarded Haleakala Artist in Residence in 2013. She is the recipient of the Robert Schoelkopf Memorial Travel Grant and the Carol Schlosberg Memorial Prize for Excellence in Painting. In 2011, Natalie was appointed Lecturer at the Yale School of Art.