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Craft Class: Spring Watercolor Craft Class

$99.99

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  • OVERVIEW
    • Spring comes to life with just a little water, watercolors, that is. Your little crafter will enjoy painting happy little springtime scenes in this craft class. Our art instructor will virtually teach students spring-themed watercolor techniques using our Wondrous Watercolor Kit. There will be three 1-hour sessions using supplies found in your provided kit.
    • After purchase, you will receive a confirmation of your order. Items will be shipped and will arrive before class begins. Seventy-two hours before your first class, you will receive Zoom login details and additional instructions about your Craft Class.
    • Final Purchase. No refunds or exchanges. 
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  • DETAILS
    • Technological device needed to connect with class via Zoom
    • Makes a great gift
    • Age recommendation: 6 and up. Kids under age 6 may need some adult assistance
  • INCLUDES
    • Wondrous Watercolor Kit (Retail Value $16.99)
    • Three one-hour craft classes
  • DATES & TIMES
    • Spring Session 1
    • Wednesday, March 10 at 4:00pm-5:00pm CST
    • Wednesday, March 17 at 4:00pm-5:00pm CST
    • Wednesday, March 24 at 4:00pm-5:00pm CST
    • Spring Session 2
    • Tuesday, April 6 at  3:30pm-4:30pm CST
    • Tuesday, April 13 at 3:30pm-4:30pm CST
    • Tuesday, April 20 at 3:30pm-4:30pm CST
  • ABOUT THE TEACHER (Session 1)
    • Joslyn Villalpando is a working artist and art educator in Chicago. She spent seven years teaching elementary art. While teaching, she completed her master's degree at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC). While there, her small research group of young participants grew into a little community that learned to weave, sew, embroider, and dye while sharing the stories, memories, thoughts, and ideas that arise when creating together.
  • ABOUT THE TEACHER (Session 2)
    • Mrs. King has more than 21 years of experience teaching art—11 years for the Chicago Park District and the last 11 for the Chicago Public Schools. In 2010, she was selected "Most Outstanding Teacher of the Year" at Kellogg Elementary. In 2012, Ellen decided to create a summer program where children are inspired to develop their creativity. Her vision was to bring learning and fun together during the summer months in a pressure-free environment. Mrs. King aims to give students a way to develop their creative expression while cultivating friendships and experiencing the wonders of nature.