Paint Parties, Art Intensive Training Retreats, Art Tea Parties... Does that sound fun? It is all about encouraging creativity and excellence in visual media and communication. Join us and we'll teach you how to bring this to your local communities!
Faith Christian Academy in Kansas City is offering a two week high school intensive art program the first two weeks of June. Cost is $100.00 for the two week program. A supplies fee is included. Students cover art history, the elements and principles of art and learn techniques in a variety of media. Students can continue on for AP Studio Art credit through the school in the fall. Class is June 4-8 and 11-15. You can contact Faith Christian Academy here:http://www.fcaclassical.
org/contact/ or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can call 573-453-66364 with questions.
I am also offering a week long art camp in Kansas City the second week in July from the 9 through the 13. The third week in July the 23 through the 27, I am having an art camp at Montauk State Park. I even have a guest artist coming who worked for Marvel comics.
About Sharon: Sharon Jeffus has a B.S.S.E. in Art Education from John Brown University and continued on in her studies to be certified to teach English from the University of Arkansas. She studied painting at Metropolitan in Denver and sculpting at Southern Illinois University. She has written over twenty books and has the internationally known company Visual Manna. Sharon wrote her first book in 1992 and developed the Visual Manna teaching method where art is integrated with art appreciation, techniques, vocabulary and core subjects. She has also written an Indian Arts and Crafts program that was rated outstanding by the Bureau of Indian Affairs.Sharon taught in the public schools in Arkansas, Oklahoma, and Missouri. She then left the public school system to write books, travel and homeschool her two children. Sharon also taught Intensive English as an adjunct lecturer at the University of Missouri-Rolla and has given presentations on teaching art to college classes including Azusa Pacific University and Columbia College and the Audubon Society. She has three AP courses that have been approved to teach. Art internships are also available. Sharon developed and presented workshops in coordination with Wonders of Wildlife Museum and Bass Pro on art and science. Her books are available in ebook form and at Rainbow Resources that has free videos of her lessons. Sharon is moving to Kansas City and opening a studio soon.