New dates to be determined (TBD)
How to register:
1. Complete the Children's Online Registration Form (at right) and submit it .
2. On this page, for the course you've chosen, click the Add to Cart button.
3. After you fill in your information, you will choose between credit card and PayPal for payment.
4. Fill in your payment information and complete your payment.
NOTE: Class Make-Ups Policy: If the instructor needs to cancel a class, a make-up class will be scheduled and included in the course fee. If a student misses a class, no make-up time will be scheduled.
CHILDREN WEEKDay CLASSES
Children & TEEN WEEKEND CLASSES with Atallia Burke materials are included in the cost
Junior Drawing with Atallia Burke
Drawing class for our youngest artists! Students 5-7 years will be guided in various drawings about landscapes, cartoons, animals, buildings, shading, and will be using different materials such as pencils, oil and chalk pastels, charcoal, and pens. A maximum number of 6 students allows for greater personal attention.
9:00 - 10:00 am, 10 weeks, start date TBD [no class on May 16th - Victoria Day holiday weekend]
Youth Drawing with Atallia Burke
Come Draw with us! Students 8-12 years will experience various drawing techniques and projects circling around shading, light sources, cartoons, negative space, life drawing, animals, etc., while exploring materials such as pencil, charcoals, oil and chalk pastels, and pen. A maximum number of 6 students.
10:00 am - 11:30 pm, 10 weeks, start dateTBD [no class on May 16th - Victoria Day holiday weekend]
Teen Drawing & Acrylic Painting with Atallia Burke
For those teens that are looking to explore both drawing and painting in one class! Students from 13-17 years will be able experience both throughout the course. Each week we will alternate between tackling drawing techniques such as still life, shading, and life drawing and learning basic colour mixing and techniques while applying them to projects focusing on landscapes, black and grey, and people.
Please bring: Newsprint pad for drawing exercises (around 18 in x 24 in) and personal tubes of acrylic paint (yellow, blue, red, and titanium white)
11:30 - 2:00 pm, 10 weeks, start date TBD [no class on May 16th - Victoria Day holiday weekend]
Junior Painting with Atallia Burke
Acrylic paint is a great place to start when exploring the world of painting! Students from 5-7 years will participate in guided acrylic paintings of various topics! Our young painters will learn basic painting mixing, painting techniques and apply them to various weekly projects such as landscapes, flowers, animals, fantasy creatures, etc. Join us for 10 weeks of painting fun! A maximum of 6 students allows for greater personal attention.
3:00 - 4:00 pm, 10 weeks, start dateTBD [no class on May 16th - Victoria Day holiday weekend]
Youth Painting with Atallia Burke
Acrylic pigments are a great place to start when exploring the world of painting! Students from 8-12 years will be guided through basic colour mixing and painting techniques. Various topics will include still life, landscape, silhouettes, floral's, and recreating an Old Master painting. Throughout this course, children will learn different brush techniques, colour theory and how to approach working on different surfaces. A maximum of 6 students.
4:00 -5:30 pm, 10 weeks, start dateTBD [no class on May 16th - Victoria Day holiday weekend]
Private Lessons (Kids/Teens):
Instruction in all mediums, with a concentration in printmaking, drawing, acrylic painting, mixed media, and/or art history. $30 per hour. To confirm your date/time for a private lesson, please contact Atallia at the KSOA: email@example.com
Please fill out online registration form, link at top of this page. Thank you
Invite Atallia to your School
< Atallia's Student Art Work from her popular children's programs here at the KSOA [click to see full view]
Miss Talli's projects are designed to stretch imagination and focus on individuality while learning the fundamentals of many different materials, from paint and sculpting to assemblages [3D canvases]. If you are interested in having an artist come into your classroom for a creative experience contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org subject line: Art in the Classroom
Bio - Atallia Burke - Children's Program Co-ordinator
Kingston has become home to Atallia and she loves participating in the Kingston arts community and the KSOA family.