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Online: WichitaArts.com Mail-In Registration: Mail completed registration form (found below) along with your method of payment to CityArts, 334 N. Mead, Wichita KS, 67202. Phone-In Registration: Call 316-350-3245. Payment must be made with a Visa or MasterCard credit/debit card. Walk-In Registration: Drop off your completed registration along with your method of payment during regular business hours.

334 N. Mead, Wichita, KS 67202 • 316-462-2787

CityArts’ eclectic programming is designed for all ages and skill levels. With classes during the day and evening, there is bound to be a class designed just for you. Sign up today and unleash your imagination and creativity.

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R E G I S T R AT I O N P O L I C I E S
THINGS TO REMEMBER:
• Classes begin the week of January 9 unless otherwise noted. • Registration begins December 2. • No classes will be held 1/16 and 2/20. • Confirmations will not be mailed. • Register early to avoid cancellations due to low enrollment. • Late registration allowed if space available. • Contact CityArts for material lists and required supplies and to verify that class is taking place before purchasing supplies. • To inquire about new classes added after the session begins, call CityArts at 316-350-3245 or visit WichitaArts.com.

Cancellations:
• If a class is cancelled, you will be notified prior to the class start date and given options at that time, including full refund. • If you withdraw from a class, you must call 48 hours prior to the start date to receive a full refund or to transfer to another class.

Refund Policy:
• CityArts will fully refund cancelled classes. • Allow 2-3 weeks to receive refund.

CITYARTS

334 North Mead | Wichita, KS 67202 | 316.462.2787 | FAX – 316.858.7741

REGISTRATION FORM

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ART CLASS SCHEDULE
CERAMICS
Pottery – All Levels In this fun and lively class you will learn basic throwing techniques for the potter’s wheel along with glazing and firing. Advanced students will be encouraged to attempt more difficult projects, such as complex forms and multi-piece throwing. Students may complete class challenge projects or pursue special interests. $20 clay/firing additional fee. Basic pottery tools required and may be purchased at first class ($20 kit). Age 16+ 16wk 1/10-5/1 Tu 10:30a-1:00p M. Overholt $165 16wk 1/10-5/1 Tu 6:30p-9:00p M. Drouin $165 16wk 1/11-5/2 W 6:30p-9:00p C. Martin $165 Youth Pottery - New Students will learn the basics of hand-building and wheel-thrown ceramic techniques. (All supplies included.) Ages 7-17 10wk 1/14-3/17 S 1:30p-3:30p L. Shepit $130

Digital Scrapbooks II Age 16+ Material fee: $15 due first class. 4wk 2/13-3/12 M 6:30p-8:00p

S. Lovelace

$60

Basics of Building a Web Site Design and create a fun and interesting Web page. Students will learn the basic steps to create a Web site that works well and looks great! Perfect for personal or business related Web sites. Age 16+ 4wk 1/14-2/4 S 10:30a-12:30p B. McManus $60 Advanced Web Site This class continues from, “Basics of Building a Web Site.” Age 16+ 4wk 2/18-3/17 S 10:30a-12:30p B. McManus $60 Web Design for Artists - New Do you wish your Web site said something more about your art? This course is about designing a Web site with your art in mind, without having to write a line of code. Age 16+ 4wk 1/12-2/2 Th 7:45p-8:45p B. McManus $40 Design Fundamentals - New Learn the basic elements and principles of design and how they apply to theory, composition and typography using Adobe Illustrator. Age 16+ 4wk 1/14-2/4 S 2:30p-4:00p Staff $40 Utilizing Design - New Take the elements and principles of design further as they are applied toward branding, user interface and creative problem solving. Age 16+ 4wk 2/11-3/3 S 2:30p-4:00p Staff $40 Multimedia Portfolio Creation - New Explore different forms of presenting your multimedia work and come up with the way that is best for your personal goals and style. Age 16+ 5wk 2/16-3/15 Th 7:45p-8:45p B. McManus $50 Social Media – Basics for Beginners - New Feeling left in the dust by the social media revolution? Come learn the basics of Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more. Age 16+ 4wk 1/11-2/1 W 2:00p-3:30p Staff $40 Social Media 101 - New Learn how to get the most out of your social media experience. Age 16+ 4wk 1/14-2/4 S 1:00p-2:00p Staff $40

OPEN HOUSE
Saturday, January 7 10 AM – 3 PM
CityArts is unveiling a new Digital Arts Studio that will cater to the tech savvy as well as newcomers to the digital world. Hands-on learning will be taken to the next level as students use computers to explore the latest digital design programs and social media environment. You are invited to drop in to take a look at the new Digital Arts Studio and acquaint yourself with the new technology and class offerings that begin the week of January 9.

DRAWING DIGITAL ARTS
Basic Photoshop Learn the functions of the tools, simple layering and retouching techniques that make your images great! Age 16+ Supply list: notebook, pens, pencils, etc. 3wk 1/9-1/30 M 1:00p-3:00p B. Duram $50 3wk 1/12-1/26 Th 6:30p-8:30p B. Duram $50 3wk 2/2-2/16 Th 6:30p-8:30p B. Duram $50 3wk 2/27-3/12 M 1:00p-3:00p B. Duram $50 Photoshop from A-Z From very simple retouching and color correcting techniques, to the more advanced using layer masks, filters, combining images and having fun exploring the unlimited possibilities of Photoshop. Age 16+ Supply list: notebook, pens, pencils, etc. 5wk 1/10-2/7 Tu 10:00a-Noon B. Duram $80 5wk 1/11-2/8 W 7:00p-9:00p B. Duram $80 5wk 2/14-3/15 Tu 10:00a-Noon B. Duram $80 5wk 2/15-3/14 W 7:00p-9:00p B. Duram $80 Digital Scrapbooks I Age 16+ Material fee: $15 due first class. 4wk 1/9-2/6 M 6:30p-8:00p Fundamentals of Drawing This class covers the basics of drawing, such as contour, shading and perspective. It’s great for the beginner as well as someone who wants to brush up on his/her skills. Supplies discussed, provided and shared during first class; list issued that night. Age 16+ 10wk 1/10-3/13 Tu 3:30p-5:30p J. Lokke $110 10wk 1/10-3/13 Tu 6:30p-8:30p J. Lokke $110 Intermediate Drawing - New Picks up where fundamental class leaves off, but with more emphasis on more complex subjects, perspectives and figure studies. Age 16+ 10wk 1/11-3/14 W 3:30p-5:30p J. Lokke $110 10wk 1/11-3/14 W 6:30p-8:30p J. Lokke $110

THE ART OF ZENTANGLE
Taught by Bonnie Pewterbaugh, certified Zentangle instructor Zentangle is an easy to learn method of creating beautiful images from repetitive patterns(go to EmeraldCityTangles.com for details). Learn the basic principles and guidelines from the Zentangle art form (no “artistic” talent or background required). For days/times of classes being held at CityArts, contact Bonnie at 316.253.8899 or EmeraldCityTangles@yahoo.com.

S. Lovelace

$60

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Figures and Portraits Students will draw from live nude models every class, and will develop an array of skills. Age 18+ (unless with parental consent) Supply list: Media of choice, 18x24 pad of newsprint, and 18x24 pad of good drawing paper. 10wk 1/10-3/13 Tu 6:30p-8:30p A. Levy $110

Directing the Short Documentary - New With a combination of hands-on exercises, screenings and the creation of an original documentary film from your original idea - students take an in-depth look at the documentary short film format. This is an advanced course. Age 16+ 10wk 1/12-3/15 Th 5:30p-7:30p B. McManus $160 Lighting and Composition for Film - New Part of expressing your creative vision is recording it well. This course covers lighting, filming, composition and audio recording in a collaborative environment that explores the genre conventions of Western, Noir, Drama, and Comedy. Age 16+ 5wk 2/6-3/12 M 7:30p-9:00p B. McManus $60 Editing Short Films The craft of editing – when done right – is invisible yet unmistakable. Find your own rhythm, and develop the skills you need to tell a story with shots. Draw on Eisenstein’s (“Battleship Potempkin”) theory of montage and McCusker’s (“3:10 to Yuma”) mantra of the “Dance of Eyes,” and edit a short film into reality. Age 16+ 5wk 2/14-3/13 Tu 5:30p-7:00p B. McManus $60 Experimental Filmmaking World-renowned experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage was from Kansas City. Experimental filmmaker and multimedia artist Bruce Connor was from McPherson. Who’s from Wichita? You are. Time to make an experimental film. Age 16+ Supply list: notebook, pens, pencils, etc. 5wk 2/14-3/13 Tu 7:30p-9:00p B. McManus $60

FIBER
Weaving Fabric – Beginning Learn to weave different patterns into cloth for practical textiles for home or for wearing. Age 12+ 10wk 1/10-3/13 Tu 6:30p -8:30p N. Squire $130 Weaving – Advanced Come weave a project and learn to warp or weave on a pre-warped loom. Make textiles for your personal wear, home or as a gift. Age 12+ 10wk 1/12-3/15 Th 6:30p-8:30p N. Squire $130 Shibori and Japanese Paste Resist Painting with dyes (fiber reactive) on silk fabric with the use of a Japanese paste resist method. Dyes allow you to wash and wear fabric without losing color while retaining a wonderful feel. Age 16+ Material Fee: $25 due first class. 5wk 1/11-2/8 W 6:30p-8:30p P. Smith $80 5wk 2/15-3/14 W 6:30p-8:30p P. Smith $80

FILM
Contemplative Filmmaking Filmmaking can be described as the art of capturing time and light. Is sound as important as silence in a film? How does an image have meaning? What about film affects us emotionally? Contemplative filmmaking is a gentler and more generous approach to filmmaking that explores the big questions in life. Age 16+ 8wk 1/9-3/12 M 5:30p-7:00p B. McManus $100 Directing the Short Narrative - New Students gain an in-depth exploration of the narrative short film format through a combination of hands-on exercises, screenings and the creation of an original film adaptation of their original screenplays. This is an advanced course. Age 16+ 10wk 1/10-3/13 Tu 7:30p-9:00p B. McManus $125 Cinema Verite Hollywood films are too polished and overworked. Often they lack the life and vigor of reality. Cinema Verité, the new wave of film techniques and ideas from the 1960s, changed the world with gritty realism. It’s time to change it again like Goddard and Truffaut - with real, honest, storytelling. This class is open to actors and filmmakers. Age 16+ 5wk 1/10-2/7 Tu 5:30p-7:00p B. McManus $60 Screenwriting How did they write that snappy line of dialog? How do you know when one scene is over and the next one starts? Basic storytelling structure is the foundation of an excellent screenplay. Proper, industry-standard formatting is essential for getting your script produced. Everyone has a story to tell – develop yours. Age 16+ 5wk 1/11-2/8 W 7:30p-9:00p B. McManus $60 Basics of Filmmaking Every film starts with a good story, but it doesn’t stop there. It has to be built, like a house, from the ground up. Have you ever wondered how a film is made? Learn the foundation for becoming a great filmmaker. Grow in your ability to tell stories from script to screen. Age 16+ Supply list: notebook, pens, pencils, etc. 10wk 1/11-3/14 W 5:30p-7:00p B. McManus $125

GLASS

CityArts is the only place in the area to take glass blowing classes. Four glass blowing classes are offered in the Winter 2012 session.

Glass Blowing Learn the basics of this unique art and produce forms in hot glass. Demonstrations will be given and instructions for more complex forms. Beginners must attend first class orientation. Glass fee is included in price. Age 16+ 4wk 2/13-3/12 M 6:00p-9:00p Staff $200 4wk 2/21-3/13 Tu 6:00p-9:00p Staff $200 4wk 2/22-3/14 W 6:00p-9:00p Staff $200 4wk 2/23-3/15 Th 6:00p-9:00p Staff $200 Mosaic Stained Glass Learn the techniques of mosaic glass on transparent and opaque surfaces. Create the beauty of stained glass windows, sun catchers and décor gifts with the ease of collage. Everyone can do mosaic and have gorgeous results. Tools and scrap glass provided. Age 12+ Supply list: E6000 adhesive, small terra cotta saucers and any glass tools you might have. 4wk 1/9-2/6 M 1:00p-3:00p C. Droegemeier $50 4wk 2/13-3/12 M 1:00p-3:00p C. Droegemeier $50 Kiln Work – Glass Tiles Designs with creativity in mind. Bubbles in glass? The class will explore full and tack fuse with 3-inch and 4-inch tiles. Age 12+ 4wk 1/18-2/8 W 1:00p-3:00p J. McGregor $50 4wk 2/22-3/14 W 6:30p-8:30p J. McGregor $50

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Kiln Work – Glass Jewelry This class will explore design, color, shape and texture with fused glass and other compatible materials. Age 12+ 4wk 1/18-2/8 W 6:30p-8:30p J. McGregor $50 4wk 2/22-3/14 W 1:00p-3:00p J. McGregor $50 Kiln Work – Glass Jewelry and Wire Wrap - New Design cabochons and then wire wrap. Beads and other materials may be used. Age 12+ 4wk 1/9-2/6 M 1:00p-3:00p J. McGregor $50 4wk 2/13-3/12 M 1:00p-3:00p J. McGregor $50

Beginning Watercolor Learn basic techniques of watercolor such as color mixing, perspective and composition. Students are encouraged to develop their own style of painting. Supplies discussed, provided and shared on first class; list issued first night. Age 16+ 10wk 1/13-3/16 F 2:00p-4:00p J. Lokke $110 10wk 1/14-3/17 S 10:30a-12:30p J. Lokke $110 Intermediate Watercolor - New Picks up where beginning leaves off. More color theory, arbitrary color, landscapes and so much more. Age 16+ 8wk 1/9-3/12 M 6:30p-8:30p J. Lokke $90 10wk 1/14-3/17 S 1:30p-3:30p J. Lokke $110

MIXED MEDIA
Mixed Media Techniques Explore the unusual combination of paint, textile, fiber and collage. Age 16+ Material fee: $25 due first class. 10wk 1/12-3/15 Th 6:30p-8:30p C. Volkman $110 A Book from Scratch This class will teach you how to make your own paper, how to print on that paper using monotype and relief printing and how to bind the pages together to create your own book! Age 16+ Supply list: sewing needles, waxed thread, X-acto knife, and a few dollars to contribute to ink. 10wk 1/14-3/17 S 1:30p-3:30p E. Ritter $110 Sculpting in Mixed Materials - New We will explore different mold-making processes, as well as focusing on handbuilding and mixed media techniques. Age 12+ 8wk 1/10-2/28 Tu 6:30p-9:00p C. Droegemeier $130

PHOTOGRAPHY
Basic Digital Photography Learn the basics of digital photography and how to use your camera. You’ll explore what all the buttons do and simple composition techniques and low light photography. For the point-and-shoot photographer. Age 16+ Supply list: digital camera 3wk 1/9-1/30 M 7:00p-9:00p B. Duram $50 3wk 1/10-1/24 Tu 3:00p-5:00p B. Duram $50 3wk 1/12-1/26 Th 11:00a-1:00p B. Duram $50 3wk 2/6-2/27 M 7:00p-9:00p B. Duram $50 3wk 2/9-2/23 Th 11:00a-1:00p B. Duram $50 3wk 2/28-3/13 Tu 3:00p-5:00p B. Duram $50 Advanced Digital Photography Explore more advanced photography techniques, using the manual features to create great images. Learn the tricks of your camera, composition, studio lighting and night photography. Age 16+ Supply list: DSLR or Bridge camera with full manual control 4wk 1/9-2/6 M 4:00p-6:00p B. Duram $60 4wk 1/10-1/31 Tu 6:30p-8:30p B. Duram $60 4wk 1/11-2/1 W 10:00a-Noon B. Duram $60 4wk 2/7-2/28 Tu 6:30p-8:30p B. Duram $60 4wk 2/13-3/12 M 4:00p-6:00p B. Duram $60 4wk 2/15-3/7 W 10:00a-Noon B. Duram $60 Introduction to Fashion Photography - New This class is an introduction to applying design elements towards composition as well as developing a conceptual understanding of essay and narrative in fashion photography. Age 15+ Supply list: DSLR camera 5wk 1/12-2/9 Th 7:30p-9:00p K. Burrow $60 5wk 2/16-3/15 Th 7:30p-9:00p K. Burrow $60 Introduction to Fine Art Photography - New This class is an introduction to a conceptual view of photography as an art form, focusing on creating narrative and essay series through inductive and deductive processes. Age 16+ Supply list: SLR/DSLR camera 5wk 1/10-2/9 Tu/Th 5:30p-7:00p K. Burrow $120 5wk 2/14-3/15 Tu/Th 5:30p-7:00p K. Burrow $120 Teen Photography Students will learn photography techniques, basic camera functions and basic editing with photoshop. Ages 8-18 Supply list: digital camera 3wk 1/11-1/25 W 4:00p-6:00p B. Duram $50 3wk 2/15-2/29 W 4:00p-6:00p B. Duram $50 Photography for Home-School - New Learn photography techniques, basic camera functions and basic editing with Photoshop. Ages 8-18 Supply list: digital camera 3wk 1/12-1/26 Th 2:00p-3:30p B. Duram $50

MUSIC
Acoustic Jamming 101 This is an introduction to the fun of participating in musical jam sessions, aimed at the string musician. A rudimentary understanding of one’s instrument is required. Using familiar songs, the player is shown general techniques for playing in an informal, relaxed jamming environment. Bring acoustic instrument of choice. Age 15+ 8wks 1/9-3/12 M 7:00-8:00PM R. Crowson $75

PAINTING
Pastel Painting I-II Pastels are not chalk but pure pigment mixed right on the paper by overlapping and blending. Learn composition, blending of color and other techniques of painting with pastels. Age 16+ 10wk 1/10-3/13 Tu 6:30p-8:30p C. Volkman $110 Oil Painting Learn how to get started in oil painting or improve and expand your current skills. Age 16+ 8wk 1/9-3/12 M 6:30p-8:30p C. Martin $90 Acrylic Painting I-II Learn composition, blending of color, and other acrylic painting techniques in the manipulation of using acrylic. Age 16+ 10wk 1/11-3/14 W 6:30p-8:30p C. Volkman $110 Painting with Acrylics - New Students will learn to use acrylic paints and acrylic paint media. The student will develop an understanding of applying different techniques and the use of different painting surfaces. Age 13+ 10wk 1/14-3/17 S 10:30a-1:00p W. Fathi $130

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Workshop: Writing - New Participate in this informational sampler on “how-to-create” fiction, non-fiction and poetry to explore creative writing techniques. Multiple week classes to be announced starting mid-January. No experience necessary. Age 16+ 1 day 1/7 S 1:00p-3:00p Staff $15 Workshop: Nuno Felting for Beginners Make a gorgeous length of silk wool using the New Zealand method. No experience necessary. Age 16+ Material fee: $35 due first class. 1 day 3/10 S 10:00a-3:30p C. Volkman $30 Workshop: Studio Lighting Seminar A hands-on approach to portrait and product photography. Simple to advanced lighting techniques, posing and positioning. Will use hot lights and strobes. Age 16+ Supply list: DSLR and notepad 1 day 1/27 F 1:00p-5:00p B. Duram $50 1 day 2/3 F 1:00p-5:00p B. Duram $50

SCULPTURE
Stone Carving Learn the proper use of basic carving tools (hammer and chisels) to produce a 3-D sculptural form in native limestone. Age 14+ Supply list: protective goggles and gloves are required for safety. 5wk 1/11-2/8 W 3:00p-5:00p B. Vannatta $65 5wk 2/15-3/14 W 3:00p-5:00p B. Vannatta $65 Clay Sculpture - New Explore clay sculpture using slab or coil methods and figurative or abstract subject matter. Age 14+ Supply list: Potters Tool Kit (purchased first night of class - $20) 8wk 1/9-3/12 M 3:00p-5:00p B. Vannatta $90 Sculpting in Mixed Materials We will explore different mold-making processes as well as focusing on handbuilding and mixed media techniques. Age 12+ 8wk 1/10-2/28 Tu 6:30p-9:00p C. Droegemeier $130

YOUTH CLASSES
Kids Cartoon-A-Rama This class is a step-by-step approach to drawing cartoons. It explores each element of the cartoon from facial expressions to character development to specific drawing techniques. Emphasis is on fun but also on being methodical about cartooning. Age 8-12 5wk 1/10-2/7 Tu 4:30p-5:30p R. Crowson $50 5wk 2/14-3/13 Tu 4:30p-5:30p R. Crowson $50 Drawing for Youth Students will learn basic drawing skills as well as intermediate techniques in this fun and exploratory class. Still life, cartooning, portraiture, architecture and drawing from imagination will be studied. Sketchbooks encouraged, supplies included. Ages 6-15 5wk 1/11-2/8 W 5:30p-6:30p J. McElroy $50 5wk 2/15-3/14 W 5:30p-6:30p J. McElroy $50 Art Exploration If you know your child has a creative mind and an interest and love of art, this is the right class! We will explore a wide range of media – painting, drawing, clay, metal, photography and more! Supplies and materials included. Ages 6-12 5wk 2/16-3/15 Th 6:00p-7:00p A. Levy $50 Youth Pottery - New Students will learn the basics of hand-building and wheel-thrown ceramic techniques. (All supplies included.) Ages 7-17 10wk 1/14-3/17 S 1:30p-3:30p L. Shepit $130

S I LV E R S M I T H I N G
Silversmithing CityArts’ versatile metalsmithing studio offers experiences in jewelry fabrication (sawing, soldering and stone setting), lost wax casting (centrifugal), forging, forming, even enameling and lapidary on a limited basis. If you have ever wanted to create your own jewelry for yourself or someone else, this is the class to take. Supply list provided during first class regarding silver and other supplies. Age 16+ 8wk 1/9-3/12 M 6:30p-9:00p K. Fathi $100 10wk 1/10-3/13 Tu 6:30p-9:00p B. Vogt $125 10wk 1/11-3/14 W 1:00p-3:30p K. Fathi $125 10wk 1/11-3/14 W 6:30p-9:00p B. Vogt $125 10wk 1/14-3/17 S 1:00p-3:30p K. Fathi $125 Jewelry Making Traditional metalsmithing with more emphasis on rivets and incorporating found objects and mixed metals using cold connection. Age 16+ 10wk 1/12-3/15 Th 1:00p-3:30p K. Fathi $125 Kiln Work – Glass Jewelry and Wire Wrap - New Design cabochons and then wire wrap. Beads and other materials may be used. Age 12+ 4wk 1/9-2/6 M 1:00p-3:00p J. McGregor $50 4wk 2/13-3/12 M 1:00p-3:00p J. McGregor $50

A D U LT W O R K S H O P S

Workshop: Fashion & Fine Art Photography - New Come enjoy this informational sampler on the world of fashion and fine art photography. Want to learn more? Follow up with our multiple week classes on these subjects. No experience necessary. Age 16+ 1 day 1/7 S 1:00p-3:00p K. Burrow $15

KIDS CARTOON-A-RAMA
This class is a step-by-step approach to drawing cartoons. Taught by Richard Crowson, editorial cartoonist for The Wichita Eagle.

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TEEN CLASSES
Teen Toonists This cartooning exploration seeks to widen the cartoonist’s exposure to multiple styles. It builds on the student’s strengths while varying his/her approach to cartoon production. Humor is emphasized as cartoon strips, editorial cartooning and caricature are discussed. Ages 13-17 5wk 1/10-2/7 Tu 6:00p-7:00p R. Crowson $50 5wk 2/14-3/13 Tu 6:00p-7:00p R. Crowson $50 Teen Photography Students will learn photography techniques, basic camera functions and basic editing with Photoshop. Ages 8-18 Supply list: digital camera 3wk 1/11-1/25 W 4:00p-6:00p B. Duram $50 3wk 2/15-2/29 W 4:00p-6:00p B. Duram $50 Draw Anime! - New A fun class about anime and manga style art. We will talk about history and technique while developing our drawing skills. Age 13-18 5wk 1/12-2/9 Th 6:00p-7:00p A. Levy $50 T-Shirt and Paper Printing - New Learn to print on T-shirts and paper using your original artwork with this easy print method using Xerox images and Citra-solv. Ages 12-16 8wk 1/14-3/3 S 1:00p-3:00p K. Perez $95

HOLIDAY BREAK ART DAYS
Holiday Break Art Day: “Wheoo – Now What to Do? Art?” Come all day and learn about different drawing and painting techniques. Please wear clothes appropriate for creative fun. Bring a lunch. Ages 6-16 1 day 12/27 Tu 9:00a-3:00p Staff $30 Holiday Break Art Day: “Zoo It Up!” Come and explore different ways to create animals, and then put them in a zoo that you help build. Bring a lunch. Ages 6-16 1 day 12/28 W 9:00a-3:00p Staff $30 Holiday Break Art Day: “Build It!” We need creative builders to come help us make a miniature city. Learn about different materials and processes. Bring a lunch. Ages 6-16 1 day 12/29 Th 9:00a-3:00p Staff $30 Holiday Break Art Day: “2012 Future Fantasies” Come all day and let us take our imaginations into the future and make predictions about what things will be like. Bring a lunch. Ages 6-16 1 day 12/30 F 9:00a-3:00p Staff $30

HOME-SCHOOL ART CONNECTION
Art Elements for Home-School Home-schoolers experience the elements and principles of art through this multimedia class, with one-on-one instruction. Clay, drawing and painting as well as fiber arts and mixed media will be explored. Ages 6-15 5wk 1/11-2/8 W 1:30p-2:30p J. McElroy $50 5wk 2/15-3/14 W 1:30p-2:30p J. McElroy $50 Photography for Home-School Learn photography techniques, basic camera functions and basic editing with Photoshop. Ages 8-18 Supply list: digital camera 3wk 1/12-1/26 Th 2:00p-3:30p B. Duram $50

SPRING BREAK ART DAYS
Spring Break Art Day: “The Visual World: How Important Is It?” Come all day to explore the large field of visual communication. Learn concepts that will help you become a better artist. Bring a lunch. Ages 6-15 1 day 3/20 Tu 9:00a-3:00p Staff $40 1 day 3/22 Th 9:00a-3:00p Staff $40 Spring Break Art Day: “Dream It Up!” Come all day to tap into your imagination and come up with original ideas that are all yours. Let’s learn some tricks to help us be more creative. Bring a lunch. Ages 6-15 1 day 3/21 W 9:00a-3:00p Staff $40 1 day 3/23 F 9:00a-3:00p Staff $40

PRE-SCHOOL CLASSES
Art for Tots A multimedia art experience for toddlers in paint, clay, paper and collage. Wear paint clothes –art can be messy! Ages 3-5 5wk 1/11-2/8 W 10:00a-11:00a J. McElroy $50 5wk 2/15-3/14 W 10:00a-11:00a J. McElroy $50

Birthday

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• Must be booked and paid two weeks in advance. • Party includes a themed activity for up to 10 participants. • $85 room rental/ 2 hours • Contact Marilee Mitchell at mamitchell@wichita.gov or (316) 350-3242 for additional information.

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CLASSES START JANUARY 9 • E-mail: CityArtsfeedback@wichita.gov

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FASHION PHOTOGRAPHY CLASS by Kerry Burrow

Digital Arts Studio OPEN HOUSE Saturday, January 7 10 AM – 3 PM GLASS BLOWING DEMOS Saturday, February 4 10 AM – 3 PM
New furnace equipment being demoed! Classes begin week of February 13

P H OTO G R A P H Y WO R K S H O P S
Taught by Jeff Cowell of JR Cowell Images in Wichita Classes are listed in a recommended order for optimum learning for the beginning photographer. There is no required order or minimum of workshops so you can pick and choose the topics that make sense to you and fit your calendar. Complete listing of class details at

http://cityartsphoto.eventbrite.com
•Introduction to Digital Photography •Digital Point-and-Shoot Basics •Photographic Composition •The Camera •Photographic Exposure •Flash Photography Workshop •Shutter Speeds/Action Photography •Depth-of-Field & Landscape Photography •Macro Photography •White Balance & RAW Images •Digital Photo File Management

PIXEL TIME IS AT CITYARTS ...APPLE BASED INSTRUCTION 334 N Mead, Wichita, KS Phone: 316.519.4822 See our schedule, get more info & sign up online at www.pixeltime.com
APPLE TECHNOLOGY * Family Moviemaking with iMovie * Mac 101 & Mac 201 * iPad Basics * iMovie Basics * iPhoto Basics DIGITAL ARTS * Pixels and Inks * Intro to Copic Markers * Drawing with a Digital Pen * Photoshop Basics for Digital Arts * Photoshop Elements TECH YOU SHOULD KNOW * Biz Tech series * Senior Tech series * WordPress series YOUTH CLASSES * Game Design * Girls Digital Arts

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