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Classes will be held on Saturdays, at Humboldt State University Art Building, room 23.
Students will create a diorama exploring the Pacific Northwest ecosystem. Students will work in a real art studio on the HSU campus, where they will gain experience with a variety of mediums like clay and acrylic paint, as well as household materials like cardboard and cheesecloth. Students will develop fine motor skills and learn about color theory, proportion, and the artistic process.
Students will draw from life and photos, and develop drawing and perceptual skills. Students will work in a real art studio on the HSU campus, where they will draw with a variety of mediums like pencil, pen, charcoal, and pastel. Students will develop artistic vocabulary as well as learn about artistic elements including line, value and shape, and principles of proportion and balance.