Art classes for students in grades 2-8
Space One Eleven is pleased to announce that registration for City Center Art 1 and 2 art classes is open! We are very excited about our classes this year! Through the generosity of foundations and private contributors, families may qualify for free or reduced tuition.
City Center Art teaches young artists in grades 2 through 8 will learn the elements of art and the principles of design through individually conceived projects and student collaborations. Space One Eleven’s philosophy is to facilitate the needs of young artists on a concept by concept basis, providing an environment in which young artists can learn, create, explore, and forge their own path into the world of art. Students work in a variety of mediums such as paint, clay, charcoal, and ink. In City Center Art each young artist will learn:
Conceptual thinking skills
How to formally evaluate their own artwork and the artwork of others
Each student will work at their own pace and improve their art making skills. Students who wish to apply to the Alabama School of Fine Arts will develop portfolios for their applications.
Currently all classes in the fall will be held in person. All City Center Art classes follow the COVID-19 procedures put in place by Space One Eleven when attending classes in person. These include but are not limited to: wearing a facemask when inside the building, maintaining social distancing of 6 feet where possible, regular temperature monitoring before and during class, answering daily check-in questions about health of student, family, and house hold members.
Teaching Artist: Tyler Carlisle
City Center Art 1 (Grades 2 – 5)
Dates: Monday, 1/24 to 5/2
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
City Center Art 2 (Grades 6 – 8)
Date: Wednesday, 1/19 to 4/27
Time: 4:00pm – 6:00pm
$395 per student or $33 per class
All materials and supplies will be provided to students
Students are welcome to join the class at any time during the school year as long as seats are available. Class cost will be pro-rated for those who join later in the semester.
Classes are $395 per student or $33 per class.
Through the generosity of foundations and private contributors, families may qualify for free or reduced tuition.