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Summer Classes

Updated  5/21/2019

Summer 2019 Schedule . Summer classes run June 18 through mid August
(schedule is subject to changes due to enrollment)

Introducing Sarah Ress, a new instructor in the studio offering several new TEEN classes! Sarah is a certified Art Educator who has 10 years teaching experience. She is currently employed at Crestview Middle School. Find more info about Sarah by clicking on the Instructor tab. 

Sign up for as many weeks as you like. Students can begin anytime during the summer, but please reserve your space early as summer classes tend to fill up by end of June.

Projects are determined by a combination of teacher direction and student ideas which results in a different experience each time a class is repeated. Click on "Studio" tab for our teaching philosophy. A statement of common content for all classes is found at the bottom of this page.

Call the studio if you don't see the class you want! Groups of 6 or more can be scheduled for private classes.

  • Open Studio: 8-12 years

  • Art Experiences: Grades K-6

  • Art Experiences for Preschoolers

  • Painting and Mixed Media: Grades 3-6

  • Explore Drawing: Grades 3-6

  • Painting: Grades 3-6

  • Sculpture with Clay and Stuff: Grade 3-6

  • Clay Exploration: Grades 3-6

  • Home School Students Open Studio: Grades 2-6

  • NEW TEEN: Watercolor with Sarah

  • TEEN Open Studio

  • NEW TEEN: Printmaking Workshop

  • NEW TEEN: Create a Puppet Workshop

  • TEEN Clay

  • TEEN What's in your Sketchbook

  • TEEN Explore Mixed Media



Common Content for all Art Classes:

The focus of our art classes is to engage students in studio art practices. In addition to learning about the tools and materials that artists use, students will also gain experience in imagining their own ideas and making them into art.  

Students will engage in a  number Studio Artists activities when creating art work. Learning about new techniques, materials, or subject matter often requires some research. Artists may use sketches or small models to help organize their thoughts and try out ideas. Artists also spend time in their studio practicing new ways to use materials and tools in preparation for creating a new work of art. 

Opportunity to explore and practice using tools and materials is an important part of the studio art process. Students are encouraged to think about and make creative decisions about their work. Students work at their own pace and the number of projects completed by each student will vary. Projects that may not seem successsful by adult standards can never-the- less provide important learning opportunities for students.

For more information about Daydreamers' philosophy about art education, please click "The Art Studio".

Student Art

  • Painting
  • Drawing
  • Sculpture
  • Ceramics
  • Special Projects
  • Mixed Media