~ Winter, 2009 ~
Pottery with the Hand and Wheel
with John Wilson
Mondays, 1:00-3:00 pm
January 26 – April 13
(10 weeks, no class Feb. 16, Apr. 6)
Ages 9 and up.
Become familiar in this class with a variety of ways for creating functional and sculptural works from clay. Methods and techniques for both hand-building and wheel throwing will be taught. This fun and informative class will also cover the important area of surface design, using glazes, slips and other innovative ways to create useful and attractive works. John Wilson holds a BFA, Emporia State U; has taught K-12 in Brandywine School District.
Theatre Arts: Let’s Put on A Play
with Pat Jordan
Tuesdays, 1:30-3:30 pm,
January 20 – March 26 (10 weeks)
Ages 7 and up.
Learn improvisation, mime, voice control, projection and character roles, techniques used by professional actors in performing their roles. Young actors and actresses will take part in all aspects of staging a play, including scenery design and construction, costumes and acting. Students will perform play the last day of the session. Pat Jordan holds a BA in Theatre Arts, Villanova Univ.; actress in films, musicals and dramas.
with Jill Rosenfeld
Thursdays, 1:00 – 3:00 pm,
January 22 – March 26 (10 weeks)
Ages 7-12. Explore, discuss, and respond to exciting, imaginative literature. Students will create fictional stories, newspaper articles, poems and more! Learn to write creatively using descriptive language, interesting plots and character development. Student interests will help drive the direction of this course. Jill Rosenfeld has an MA in Curriculum and Instruction, Gratz College; BA, Elementary Education, Ryder U.
For information and registration:
WAYNE ART CENTER
413 Maplewood Avenue, Wayne PA 19087
Wayne Art Center is located 5 minutes off the Blue Route (St. Davids/Villanova exit)