Visual Arts


Creative Visual Arts Classes with Laurie Kilgore

Beginning Saturday, January 12, 2019

(Please note that Visual Arts classes are no longer on Wednesdays)

Laurie Kilgore of Kilgore Artistry. Kilgore Artistry is a local visual art business, created by Laurie Kilgore. Laurie is an artist, painter and art teacher in Sullivan County. Her business specializes in oil, watercolor and acrylic paintings, public and private murals, and Art commissions. Laurie Kilgore in collaboration with Nesin Cultural Arts is the recipient of a grant from the Puffin Foundation for this project.

Contact: lkilgore6577@yahoo.com or 914-318-1010

Location: Nesin Theatre, 22 St John Street Monticello, NY

Children’s Art and CraftsGrades K-5                                                            Meets Saturdays 9:30-10:15am 

Students will create a variety of different Art projects while learning techniques in painting, drawing, sculpture and mixed media. They will learn about different artists and will gain an appreciation for the work they create. This is a fun and creative class in which students will be exposed to creating art using various materials.

 

Drawing, Painting and Mixed Media-Grades 6-10                                Meets Saturdays 10:15-11:00am

Students will learn different techniques in drawing and painting, with a focus on creating Art from observation.   They will learn about different artists and will gain an appreciation for the work they create. Students will keep a sketchbook in which they can work out their ideas, and explore different techniques in using drawing and painting tools. Bring either an art smock, old shirt so that they don’t ruin their good school clothes.

 

 

Saturday Programs will begin January 12, 2019!

NCA 2018-19 Calendar

Tuition 

Tuition for Winter/Spring 2019 is $75.00

New to NCA Visual Arts Program?

Registration for NEW STUDENTS:

Registration Form

Pay tuition online through donate button

Please bring completed registration form to first class, January 12, 2019.

This program is funded in part by

Episcopal Charities Logo

 

and

NYSCA Logo - Green

by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.