At the end of this week a in school art contest comes to an end. It is a art contest themed around Red Ribbon Week, the art can be created by the artist or can be one of the many different coloring pages available in the office. Rules and any other related information below!
Do you and/or your child love art, or do you have a appreciation and desire to explore new techniques and mediums in art? If so then the Williamston Figure Study after-school class is the place for you!
This class has been going on for years and is attended by students of many different ages and experiences in art. We have students from all over Williamston and even neighboring schools come to this wonderful class, and along with that there are even artists from the community that take the class too!
We meet for a total of 10 times and create 9 different art pieces during that time. The day we met is every Tuesday (weather permitting) from 6 to 8.
This figure study class is just what you need to up your game and make you stand out from others in the art world! We have various themes we do every night as well as working with varying mediums too. Check out the posts from last years classes to see all the cool stuff we did!
If this is something that sounds interesting to you and/or your child then feel free to contact you students art teacher. There is Mrs. Herek at the elementary schools, Mr. Gere at the middle school, and Mrs. Kubu at the High School. Any of us should be able to provide you with information on this fun and enriching class!
WMS art department
Our goal is to help any students become enthusiasts about art and it's related topics! no need to be nervous, whether you are a extremely talented artist, or someone who is interested but not to confident about your ability's, there is a place here for you. We do lots of different projects in class, and learn about famous artists like Chuck Close, Banksy, Dr. Seuss, and many more. We also stride to make a difference outside the art room, with our sights set on many different opportunities to give back using art.