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Sketchbook Club

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Ages

Kindergarten - 5th grade

Dates

Mon, Feb 1, 2021 - Jun 28, 2021

Time

2:30pm - 3:30pm EST

Instructors

Sasha S., Kayla V.

Capacity

10 students


Class Experience

Join us for weekly drawing and collage prompts that will spark the imagination, develop concentration, extend attention span, relax the mind and most importantly expand your artist's understanding of creative 2-D art-making. Prompts are designed to inspire and encourage your young artist to explore abstract and representational drawing within our online studio community. Each class, we'll start a new drawing or collage so your artist can join at any time! Materials kits are available but not required for this class.

Materials kit includes: Sketchbook, Scribble pencil case, Scribble sticker, drawing pencils (2 of different hardnesses), eraser, sharpener, 2 flair pens, black brush pen, micropen, prismacolor colored pencils, bag of various collage papers, 2 glue sticks *you'll need scissors from home on certain days

Other Things To Know

Holiday Schedule
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How To Participate

Attend class via Zoom video

This class will be hosted on Zoom video conferencing platform. You will receive an email 30 minutes before class starts with a link to the class and access instructions. We recommend you make sure your device is up to date and meets all system requirements before class.

Reviews

5.0 out of 5

Based on 2 activity ratings

Derval M.

Jun 2, 2021

Loved:

My Son absolutely love the class !!! He is looking forward next time !

Sketchbook Club
Location: Virtual Scribble Studio | Instructor: Kayla Vasquez

Michele B.

Feb 8, 2021

Loved:

Thank you so much for welcoming Donte' into your classes today. He really enjoyed himself!

Improvements:

N/A

Sketchbook Club
Location: Virtual Scribble Studio | Instructor: Sasha Schwartz, Kayla Vasquez

Reviews for Scribble Art Workshop

4.9 out of 5

Based on 98 provider ratings

Robyn F.

Jul 29, 2021

Loved:

The simple plan that results in so much creativity and interest in the project!

Improvements:

Nothing!

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Alena G.

Jul 28, 2021

Loved:

My 3rd grader came home happy every day, and excited for camp the next day. The kids were engaged creatively and socially. It has been a wonderful summer camp experience for a quiet, gentle-natured, creative kid.

Improvements:

I do wish the camp had been more forthcoming about keeping the kids outdoors all day, even on 90 degree days. It turned out fine thankfully, but I felt the literature was a little misleading with the references to taking the kids outside to explore and then returning to make art "in the studio," masking required "indoors," etc.

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Camilla M.

Jul 20, 2021

Loved:

My son is 5.5 and doesn't like drawing (he thinks he's not good). He wasn't thrilled at first that I signed him up for the drop in class. At the end of the class he said he really liked it and asked me to sign him up for the following week too!! He did two drawings and was very excited about his art!

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Meet your Instructors

Sasha S.

As a child, Sasha identified as an artist, mostly because her elementary school art teacher told her she was...and this connection with creating (as contrived as it began) led her down a path of exploring materials and methods in an effort to develop her skills, observe the world around her and innovate! Sasha got her Bachelor's degree in Sculpture and French at Washington University in St. Louis, then a Master's degree in Art Education at the School of Visual Arts.

Kayla V.

Kayla is new to the Scribble team this year. She has recently graduated from Vassar College with a Bachelor’s degree in Art History and Latin American/Latinx Studies. She is passionate about arts education and is on a journey to learn the various forms teaching and learning it may take. She lives in Washington Heights, Manhattan and is currently trying to memorize all the bike routes on the island.

About Scribble Art Workshop

We are a developmentally-based art program for children as young as eighteen months to adults. At our studios, everyone is an artist. We seek to build creativity as a life skill that will serve our students beyond the art studio. Our job is to bring the materials and methods that help students tap back into a primal maker self, a joyful artist who believes she or he knows how to make a thing of beauty.