Kids Art Week 2016

FREE Self-Study Class Includes Lifetime Access, Online Community & More!

5 Lessons – $0.00

Get ready for a full week of fun! Carla Sonhiem—along with the inspiration of some 20th century masters—will get you creating your own masterpieces. For kids of ALL ages … and it’s FREE!

TEACHER: Free Stuff

Description

Hi and welcome to Kids Art Week 2016 with Carla Sonheim!

Every summer we offer a week’s worth of free art classes for kids on their summer break. And while they’re aimed at engaging the imaginations of younger kids, we’ve found that aspiring artists of all ages and abilities have fun with these classes.  So feel free to jump in no matter how old you are!

This class is totally free—really! To access it, simply click on the Add to Cart button and go through the checkout process. You’ll then take this class in your Online Classroom. And if you liked this class, be sure to checkout the other free Kids Art Week classes as well as some of our paid offerings.

We hope you enjoy this class.

Sincerely,

Carla


Class Itinerary

Lesson 1: Paul Klee Name Paintings

Lesson 2: Dubuffet Figures

Lesson 3: Motherwell Paper Bag Collages

Lesson 4: Hundertwasser Houses

Lesson 5: Collaged Picasso Dogs

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Supplies

  • Tempera or acrylic paint
  • Markers
  • Crayons
  • Watercolors
  • Pencils
  • Brown paper bag
  • Watercolor paper (or other stiff paper)
  • Imagination and sense of fun!

Nuts & Bolts

This class is totally free. To access it, simply click on the Add to Cart button and go through the checkout process. You’ll be able to take this class in your Online Classroom. And if you liked this class, be sure to checkout the other free Kids Art Week classes as well some of our paid classes.

“You make art accessible to even the biggest "kids." You are wonderful like that!” — Rachel S
“My family just loves your lessons! We participated last year, again this year, and already looking forward to next year!” — Barbara T.
“My granddaughters and I enjoyed your lessons so much. It's a way to keep us close despite the miles!” — Laura L.