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We're incredibly lucky to have Danielle. She brings such enthusiasm to her own art and is bursting with passion for sharing it with kids. Anyone who's ever taken a class with her emerges more empowered, creative and capable of asserting her own artistry. Our Sketch and Draw class was a huge hit in the fall, now we're branching out into PAINTING and – for those who really want a challenge – DRAFTING! These are low-cost/high-value classes for all kids who need more to do on a cold winter's day. I hope you'll join us.
PAINTING for Grades 3-9 with Danielle
Mon & Wed, 3:30-5:00pm, Jan 11 – Mar 10
No class Monday, Jan 18, makeup is Tuesday, 1/19
No classes Feb 15 or 17 for East coast Feb Break
Learn to paint! Learn brush techniques and work with acrylic paints, mix colors and explore artistic sensibility. Great for kids who've taken Sketch & Draw 1, but not required. Materials to be purchased from Amazon HERE, ~$22.
DRAFTING for Grades 6-12
Thursdays only, 3:30–5:00
Jan 7 – Feb 25, no class Feb 18 (Feb break) • $200
Learn basics of drawing scale representations of real-world things like floor plans, new inventions and more. Materials to be purchased from Amazon HERE. This class is more functional than Sketch & Draw, relying on tools like a straight-edge, protractor, triangle and ruler to create your drawings. This is a fantastic class for your high-schooler!
SKETCH & DRAW SATURDAYS for Grades 3-9
Saturdays only 11:30am-1:00pm
Jan 9 – Mar 13 • $160
No class Feb 20 for February break
This class is a lesson-based exploration in to sketching and drawing, for both beginners and others who've taken the class before. Class will be a chance for students to work on their own projects while sharing their creations with classmates. For newcomers, materials must be purchased from Amazon (about $50) before start of class and can be used well into the future.
Danielle Ibrahim • Visual Arts is a native of Orlando, Florida, and has been drawing and painting since childhood. She’s been a technical theatre artist for the last 6 years, now studying theatrical technical production at Boston University. She spends her summers working at the Glimmerglass Opera Festival in upstate New York. She’s been the Set Director for Pierce School Musical since 2018, doing everything from painting murals, building props, and carpentry. She is excited to work with students who are ready to learn drawing, painting, and more!