Art invites teens to create order and structure during a period of changes and transition. This class is designed to acknowledge the unique experiences and perspectives of each individual through visual representation (art-making), reflections (journaling) and group discussions (sharing).
Students will engage in art therapy-based projects designed to improve on skills such as self-awareness, self-esteem, and connecting with others. Students will have the opportunity to utilize the metaphors and themes in their artwork to express feelings, explore conflicts, and embrace their strengths.
Private Group Lessons: Students may form their own private group classes with a maximum of three students per class. Please see the office for schedule and availability.
2019-20 School Year
Session I: Sep – Nov (8 classes)
Session II: Nov – Jan (8 classes)
Session I: Jan – Mar (8 classes)
Session II: Apr – June(8 classes)
8-week Program (8 classes)
Semester Program (16 classes)
Media & Techniques
Our theme-based curricula allow students to explore various media and techniques, which may include drawing, painting, printmaking, sculpture, textiles, and more.