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2022 Classes

We have a variety of classes and workshops for all interests and ages!

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After-School Art Lab: Sculpture and 3-D Art

Join HCA’s After School Art Lab for fun and interactive art making experiences designed for young artists in 1st-5th grades.  In ongoing 6-week sessions, students explore a variety of visual art media, techniques and concepts, and learn of diverse artists, artistic practices, and themes.

This first 6-week session will focus on sculpture and 3-D art.  We will cover a range of projects from wood and wire sculptures to cardboard 3-D masks to kinetic mobiles for the garden to clay sculpture pinch pots and more. As we mix it up, students will experience a variety of media and concepts.

Our small classes nurture curiosity and creativity. We encourage young artists to engage in hands-on projects, skill-based instruction and free choice options. Process is valued over the finished product.  The desired outcome is self-expression as young artists connect, experiment and play through the creative process.

Our artists/instructors are experienced art educators who will rotate based on the specific discipline being offered in any one of our 6-week sessions.  Future sessions may include painting, mixed media, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, collage, mini mosaics, etc.

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Date: Tues., Jan. 11th – Feb. 15, 2022

Time: 3:30-5:00 pm

Instructor: Kelly Ebeling

Age / Level: Youth, grades 1 - 6

Class Size: 8

Location: Healdsburg Center for the Arts, 334 Center St.

Deadline to enroll: Ongoing enrollment (HCA can prorate this class)

Fee: $225.00

Instructor: Kelly Ebeling

Kelly actively teaches fine art to children, tweens and teens independently and through Healdsburg Center for the Arts. She specializes in painting, drawing, mixed-media and 3-D art. With an MA in art history from University of Kansas, she has worked at the de Young Museum in SF, CA, the Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, MO, the Spencer Museum of Art in Lawrence, KS.  As director/instructor at Sonoma Art School in Healdsburg from 2001 – 2008, she taught all grade levels and multiple mediums.  She also has years of experience teaching art in local schools including West Side, Healdsburg Community Nursery School, Boys and Girls Club and through Healdsburg Community Center.  She is currently Education Director at Healdsburg Center for the Arts and curates their annual Young Artists Show.