Designed for ages 14-18, the ARThouse teen class focuses on developing college portfolios and projects of the students own choosing. Under the direction of a professional artist instructor, students will be encouraged to develop their own style and ideas while exploring different mediums, styles, and artists.

HV Mon 5:00 Advanced Cartooning

Fall Semester

ADVANCED CARTOONING

Have you ever wondered how a cartoon comes to life? Explore the vast world of imagination and visual storytelling in animated films with Hannah McMullen, a recent SCAD graduate trained by animators and storytellers from Disney, Dreamworks, Marvel, and many more. Watch your work come to life as we walk through the steps of an animated story, utilizing media used by traditional animators, from pencil and paper to painting and motion. We'll dig into the history of film and storytelling to create our own living picture. Bring home movie magic! Classes are limited in size, so sign your child up today!

Location: Highland Village

Ages: 13-18

Day and Time: Mondays, 5:00 pm - 6:00 pm

Materials: : $45 supply fee due first class.  All other supplies included.

Monthly rates also available, call or come in for more information

Price: $352.00

Date: August 28, 2017

HV Tues 5:30pm Teen Art 14+

FALL SEMESTER

Teen students are encouraged to develop projects of their own while still given direction from a professional artist. Students will compose their own work using the principals elements of design. They will be encouraged to develop their own style and ideas while exploring different mediums, styles, and artists. Students will work to develop portfolio pieces for college applications.

Classes are limited in size, so sign up today!

Location: Highland Village

Ages: 14+

Day and Time: Tuesdays, 5:30 pm - 7:30 pm

Materials:  Materials for individual projects required. Brushes and easels can be provided. Other supplies may also be available upon request.

Monthly rates also available, call or come in for more information

Price: $384.00

Date: August 29, 2017