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Thursday After School: Illustration

Illustration After School, Toronto

Thursdays 4 to 5:30 pm Illustration (age 8 to 13)

In the Illustration course, young artists will develop their artistic skills and learn how to represent the world around them. Working from still life, photographs, images from art history, or independent themes, students will be introduced to the fundamentals of drawing and shading, as well as composition, perspective and colour theory. 

Instructor Kathryn Chelin

Fall 1 session: September 13 to October 25
Fee: $195 for 7 weeks

Winter session: November 1 to December 13
Fee: $195 for 7 weeks

Winter session: January 17 to March 7
Fee: $220 for 8 weeks

Spring session: March 21 to May 2 
Fee: $195 for 7 weeks 

Summer session: May 9 to June 20
Fee: $195 for 7 weeks

 The course fee includes all the materials.

Drop-in / Try-out if availability at $25 a session

Space limited to 12 kids

Call  416-461-7936  or Click here for registration

Pick up is available from more than 2 children coming from the same school.

Cartooning and Illustration with Kathryn Chelin can be offered for School Field trip

Students will experiment with an exciting variety of media and techniques to develop their own personal style. Through a variety of creative exercises, they will gain confidence in their drawing ability and learn to trust their artistic instincts. All students are welcome, whether you are a complete beginner or looking to improve your skills. (Recommended age group is 8-12). For more information about the course please contact Kathy Chelin (kathrynchelin@hotmail.com.) or Lucsculpture School and Studios (www.lucsculpture.com)

KathrynChelin_webInstructor: Kathryn Chelin

Kathy Chelin has a wealth of experience teaching art in both the Elementary and Secondary panels. For the past 25 years, she has taught enriched classes in Drawing, Painting, Illustration and Sculpture at Unionville High School, the designated School for the Arts in York Region. She also teaches at the Artbarn, the Varley Gallery, the Prosserman JCC as well as the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education.