Artists Teaching Artists Class Registration
Elementary school children can develop their creative skills in a structured, creative environment led by UC Berkeley college artists! Using a special curriculum tailored to online learning, we're offering virtual art lessons in small group settings each led by a trained student teacher.
With stay-at-home orders, you'll be able to work distraction-free while your child has fun making art! The goal is for your children to gain a deeper understanding of art history and practice while developing a close relationship with their student teacher. We believe we're the funniest and coolest student teachers ever, and we hope your children think that too!
Classes are weekly and approximately one hour long online. Students will learn about different art movements and styles and complete an art activity. Material lists and meeting links for each week's lesson will be sent out in advance and will include paints, markers, and pencils. Our Summer Program is 10 weeks long starting from the week of June 1 - August 10.
See our schedule below. Space is limited!!
Please let us know if you have any questions! Contact Clio at
or check out her artistic talent at
Your first and last name
Your child's first and last name and age
I have another precious little one I'd like to register (list name and age)
I'm seriously a super parent overwhelmed with work. Here's kid #3.
Please choose your top class time!
What do we need to know about your child to create the best learning experience for him/her? How does he/she learn? What does he/she enjoy creating?
We are volunteering our efforts and would like this to be an affordable, accessible experience. You therefore pay as you feel fit. We suggest a payment of $150 for the entire session through Paypal (
) or Venmo (@Clio1).
I would love to donate! I understand you all are broke college students. Thank you for organizing this.
I won't be able to contribute the full amount, but you guys are all awesome.
Anything else we should know to make your child / children more comfortable during this experience?
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