Warwick Center for the Arts Announces Saturday Studio: Teen Monster Manga: Halloween in the Manga Style

Saturday Studio: Teen Monster Manga: Halloween in the Manga Style

Saturdays, October 5, 12, 19, & 26, 2019 — 10:00am – 12:30pm (Ages 13 – 17)

In this 4-week session led by instructor Jerry Shippee students will learn to design and draw Halloween/monster/creature images in the Manga style, and will end with a final finished piece on bristol. This is a great opportunity for experienced Manga drawers to expand their drawing skills as well as for beginners who are interested in learning about this fun style! This class if for ages 12 – 17.

Cost: $80 per Student / $70 for WCFA Members. For more information and to register, visit Warwick Center for the Arts website.

Watercolor Classes for Youth at Warwick Center for the Arts

Saturday Studio: Youth Watercolor Workshop

Instructor: Sue Greco — Teaching since 2015, Sue Greco has taught both young and old. She has published two instructional books, “Kids Best Watercolor Lessons” and “More Watercolor Lessons.” This year Sue has illustrated two children’s books for Rhode Island authors. Sue has taught workshops in public libraries, senior centers, and after-school programs throughout New England.

Saturday, September 28, 2019 — 1:00 – 3:00pm (Ages 5 – 8)

Students will explore the exciting world of watercolor painting techniques all while creating a fun kite artwork.

Cost: $25 per Student — $5 discount for current WCFA members

Saturday, October 12, 2019 — 1:00 – 3:00pm (Ages 9 – 12)

Students will explore the exciting world of watercolor painting techniques all while creating a fun dog artwork.

Cost: $35 per Student / Fee includes one watercolor lesson book — $5 discount for current WCFA members

For more information and to register, visit Warwick Center for the Arts’ youth class listings.

Wickford Art Association Scholarship Program Applications due February 21

March is Youth Art Month and in celebration, The Wickford Art Association (WAA) will present its annual Scholarship Fund awards to three Rhode Island public high school senior art students with a fourth award presented by the Rhode Island Art Educators Association in March.

Each Rhode Island public high school chooses one college-bound senior art student for consideration. The four winning students will receive cash scholarships in the amounts of $1,500, $1,000, $500 and with a fourth award from Rhode Island Art Education Association of $500 to use towards college. Winners also receive a one-year membership to WAA, a fine art exhibit in our gallery and exhibit space at the 57th Wickford Art Festival, ranked the #7 fine art festival in the country. This is an excellent, resume-building opportunity for college bound students. Interested students should speak with their art teachers about submitting their portfolio for consideration.

The 2019 WAA Scholarship Program application may be downloaded at http://wickfordart.org/scholarship-program-exhibit-and-awards-ceremony/ [wickfordart.org]

Application submission period ends February 21, 2019.