For artists grades 9 - 12.
Students in 8th grade may be considered.
Class meets Wednesdays 4:00 pm - 7:00 pm.
Join us for a fourteen-week in-person program offered to current high school students (grades 9 – 12) interested in building new skills for their creative pursuits. This studio-based program helps you develop a strong creative portfolio and includes opportunities for critique, portfolio reviews, and guidance on documenting and presenting artwork. The course includes ample time and space to develop your own creative work, while also providing lessons in art materials and methods, art history, and professional practices.
This class is taught by local studio artists, including Royce Deans, who will provide individualized instruction to help students reach their goals and create portfolio quality work. Students in 8th grade may be considered for the program (as space allows) with a recommendation from an art teacher, mentor, CTAC faculty, and/or a portfolio.
January 10 - April 24
March 20 - Make Up session in the event that we have a snow day Jan 10 - March 13
March 27 - No class: Spring Break
For our introductory year, this program will be offered at reduced tuition. Need-based and merit-based scholarships are available. Scholarships may cover up to 80% tuition. To apply for a need-based scholarship, click here. To be considered for a merit-based scholarship, contact Kristi Wodek at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a portfolio review and interview.