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with Jessica Nunno
In this 12 week class, teen students will use acrylic paint to learn about color and light from Huntsville STEAM Works in-house artist Jessica Nunno. Students will work from life to create works to explore theory-based color schemes (such as primary, complementary and analogous colors) with an interplay on contrast, shadow, and light. A $15 materials fee is required for this class.
12 ninety-minute sessions. No class the week of March 26th.
with Shawn Sykes
Utilizing a drawing tablet, students will learn to create digital raster or vector artwork in different digital programs like Krita, FireAlpaca, and Inkscape. This class is appropriate for late elementary through early high school students with basic drawing experience.
Class does not meet on March 27.
Introduction to Street Art
with Peter Lucker
In this introductory 5-week session, teen students will touch on the basics of street art, its history, and make some street art pieces of their own to take home. Please note that class sessions are 90 minutes, and an additional $15 materials fee is required. Materials used include spray paint, stickers, stencils, canvas, and oil-based paint pens.
Python Programming with Minecraft
with Karl Liggin
Students will learn how to code using Python, a programming language favored among many programmers in the current industry. However, unlike a traditional coding class these students will learn how to code within the popular game Minecraft in order to add to and manipulate the game! This introductory class is appropriate for students from upper elementary through early high school who have little to no experience with Python.
12 Sessions. Class does not meet March 27th. (Spring Break)