Saturday Art Program
The School of Arts at Bowling Green State University is proud to
offer youth art classes each semester for students ages 5-19. Young
people will develop their creative abilities, increase their artistic
skills and learn about art of the past and present. All classes
involve hands-on participation.
Today more than ever, the arts are needed by our young people as a forum for safe expression, communication, exploration, imagination, and cultural and historical understanding.
Classes meet for 10 Saturdays each semester from 10:00-11:30am.
•For Fall of 2017, classes will be meeting
September 16th –December 9th.
(no classes October 7th, November 25th,or December 2th)
•For Spring of 2018, classes will be meeting
February 3rd – April 28th.
(no classes March 3th,10th , or 31st)
$79, plus $10 materials fee
If you would like to pay the fee online, click and register here.
If you would like to register online but do not want to pay the registration fee online, please fill out the following form to register a student for the Saturday Art Youth Program:
If you would prefer to register a student via paper form, please download the Registration Form and Consent & Waver and mail them to the address indicated on the forms. Students interested in these classes will need to be preregistered by mailing, faxing or emailing the forms as indicated on them. Class size will remain low so pre-registration is required. If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to email Shari Densel, Director of the BGSU Saturday Art Youth Program at: email@example.com
Students will make new and exciting discoveries about art while working with a variety of materials and art processes. Emphasis is placed on creative expression and developing awareness.
The natural creative abilities of this age group will serve as a springboard for further explorations of the world of art and artist though a wide variety of art materials and processes.
Students will develop a greater awareness of the big idea that informs the world of art and art making. Themes such as self, relationships, and issues of importance from around the globe will inform their expression and exploration.
Students will heighten their knowledge and skills by exploring diverse media, processes, techniques and art forms. Styles of artist, various cultures and their own environment stimulate their artwork.
Teens will improve their skills with familiar and new materials, explore contemporary art ideas and participate in creative problem solving through in-depth studio projects. Students will also receive advice on portfolio preparation.
An art exhibit to which family and friends are invited is held on the final Saturday.