Cartooning is a wonderful way to expand creativity, imagination, and artistic skills.
Students will learn about character design, composition, expression, and storytelling. They will also be able to influence and be influenced by other students and select masters. Each class begins with a simple lesson introducing a new technique or concept, illustrated with examples from master cartoon artists. During the remainder of the class, students will experiment with the techniques they’ve learned and develop their own projects. This is a perfect class for all experience levels.
August 14-18 (1:00 -3:00)
This class is held in the Community Center’s Arts & Crafts Room.
Ann W. Miller is a fiber artist and professional educator who has been teaching in and out of classrooms since 2003. She loves working with groups, as it engenders a sense of community and encourages creativity and the sharing of ideas. Ann has taught curricular art as well as craft classes to students from elementary school through adulthood. With a BS in Mathematics, a Master’s in education, and significant coursework in fine art and art history, Ann has a unique range of skills that she loves to share with others.
Drop ins allowed at a prorated rate.
Registration forms including waivers must be signed before participation.