September 26, 2002
OPENINGS FOR VITERBO’S AFTERSCHOOL WORKSHOP FOR CHILDREN
LA CROSSE, Wis.—The art education department at Viterbo University is once again offering its popular Afterschool Art Workshop. Held Tuesdays, Oct. 1 through Nov. 19 for children ages five to 12, all classes are taught by Viterbo art education students under the supervision of Lisa Schoenfielder, associate professor and chair of the art department, and held in the Viterbo Fine Arts Center.
Students registering for this workshop may choose one of the following classes:
- Making Books and Scrolls—writing or illustrating stories using a variety of drawing and painting media to produce artist’s books and scrolls.
- Wild Things—investigating the natural world, animals, environments, and habitats using clay, paint, and a variety of media to produce artist’s books, paintings, prints, sculptures, and dioramas.
- Wearable Art—with fashion design, fictive, and cultural stories as guides, students will be designing articles of clothing, uniforms, and costumes.
- Making Toys and Board Games—using a variety of media including paint, clay, and various other sculptural and building materials, students will be designing and producing toys and games.
Enrollment in the Afterschool Art Workshop is limited but there are openings available. Classes will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis and registration must be completed before classes begin. A fee of $35 per student, payable at registration, will be charged to cover the cost of materials.
To register, please contact Judy Stafslien, Preparatory School of Arts, Viterbo Fine Arts Center, 608-796-3767.