We are setting up home-school art classes, starting on October 21st. Classes will be held at the Singing Arrow Community Center on every Wednesday from 10.00am to 11.00amhttp://local.yahoo.com/info-20195807-singing-arrow-community-center-albuquerque
Classes will run in an 8 class cycle and will cost $32 per cycle. This comes to $4 per class. Classes will include material and the $32 will have to be paid at the first class of the cycle. The price is based on a minimum of ten students, in order to make it realistic for our teacher to work at this extremely low price.
Should we not reach the minimum of ten pupils, we will consider between us if we want to pay a higher price or if we want to cancel the classes.
Our new teacher's name is Robert Martz and he has been kind enough to provide us with a short bio which you will find below this email.
Tanya and I have had the pleasure of meeting Rob in person and we are very excited about the material Rob is planning to cover in his classes.
NO class on November 11th (Veterans Day)
NO class on November 25th (Day before Thanksgiving)
NO class on December 23rd
NO class on December 30th
January 6th, last class of the first cycle.
These classes are open to all home schoolers. We are sending out this email to those who were at one point in Cassandra's classes and to those who we think might be interested. Feel free to forward it to home schoolers known to you or post it on your respective home school fora.
Sign up with me, Ginou, at firstname.lastname@example.org at your earliest convenience, so we have a good picture of how many students we have.
We are very happy we are able to offer these classes, which we feel will be an enrichment to the education of our children and we do hope to see you there.
ARTIST/TEACHER INFORMATION for Rob Martz
Rob Martz holds a B.A. in Art from Xavier University and a M.F.A. in Studio Art from Michigan State University . Rob has taught art to individuals of various abilities from preschool through college. Rob was an Outreach Artist with VSA arts of New Mexico where he conducted art workshops at community centers, nursing homes, preschools and after school programs. He has also been a full time Visiting Lecturer with the University of New Mexico ’s Department of Art and Art History. Rob is currently an Instructor of Art at Central New Mexico Community College .
Rob enjoys helping students discover their creative potentials through various artistic explorations and skill building. Students in his workshops will have the opportunity to work with different materials exploring sculpture, collage, painting, drawing and printmaking. His workshops will use contemporary and art historical examples to help students with their own artwork.