Each summer, hundreds of local students participate in these art production classes, offered in collaboration with the Salina Parks & Recreation Department. Professional artists and arts educators design learning opportunities that allow deeper exploration of media, techniques, processes, and subject matter than is generally possible in school settings.
Whimsical Worlds, Stupendous Stories!
Creating art is a great way to enter a world of your own imagination!
There are no limits to the tales you can tell.
Summer Art 2014
June 10 - July 25, 2014
SAC is putting together a summer of awesome art experiences! For a full list of classes, click the attached Summer Art pdf.
Summer Art classes offer a range of choices for students:
- focused, in-depth investigation of a single concept
- sampler-style experimention with multiple processes to create a variety of projects
- arts learning rooted in the context of history, culture, and/or community
- theme-based units built around a concept presented in the SAC’s current exhibition
Four classes, with a limit of 10 students each, run concurrently each morning and afternoon, Tuesday through Friday. Over the course of each week, preschool and kindergarten participants make art for four hours, while elementary and middle schoolers are engaged for eight hours of artmaking. One or two adult workshops, usually totalling four to eight hours of instruction, are offered in the evenings.
After April 20, click here to enroll.