Sep 30 @ 3:30 pm - 5:00 pm
Location: TCVA 3200
Audience: Ages 7 – 12
Registration: This is a six week workshop series. Space is limited and registration is required.
Materials: All materials needed for the sessions are provided by the TCVA free of charge.
Cost: $30 for six week session.
Scholarships are available, contact Christy Chenausky for more information firstname.lastname@example.org
Blazing Easels is a long-standing after school program held at the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts. Children ages 7 – 12 are welcome to attend
This workshop consists of six, one-and one half hour long workshops and will be held Fridays beginning September 30 and running through November 4, 2022.
Young artists (age 7 – 12) will find inspiration in the exhibitions within the Turchin Center galleries to create artwork in a variety of mediums including, but not limited to: collage, painting, drawing, sculpture, photography and fiber arts. Participants will explore ideas through art-making and find their artistic voice in a relaxed, inviting, virtual setting. These workshops are thoughtfully planned and facilitated by Appalachian State art and education students.
Please contact Christy Chenausky if you have questions or require additional information. email@example.com
About the Instructors
Allie-Grace Poupore is an Elementary Education major with a minor in Art and has been teaching Blazing Easels virtually for three semesters. She also works as Gallery Ambassador and assists at the front desk at the Turchin Center.
Amanda Hall is a Junior Art Education major.
Jillian Seversky is a Sophomore Art Education major. Jillian also works as a Gallery Ambassador for Turchin Center.
All instructors have completed the university’s latest Minors on Campus policy training and have had background checks in the last year.