Artful Friday Lessons, May 15 Continue to check back regularly as schedule options are growing and each week is a unique combination of classes. If you plan to attend any lesson listed below, please let SC Afterschool Alliance know by registering through this link.
No special art supplies? No problem! Mandalas are an art form that can be made of almost anything. Collect several objects of a certain theme. For example: marbles, straws, dice, nail polish bottles, post-it notes, really just about anything. You may also want to take a photo as our Mandalas are not built to last. We have to return to objects during clean up. 🙂
Audience: Elementary but all are welcome
Instructions: You will need a clean surface to work on and a collection of objects.
See you there! Click this Zoom link to join!
Tick Tock, Be the Clock! Join Stephanie Walker from Saluda River Academy of the Arts as she uses theatre to help students read an analog clock by becoming a clock with their bodies!
Time: 1:00pm, approximately 15 minutes
Students: 2nd and 3rd grade, or any student that needs assistance reading an analog clock
What you will need: Before the lesson begins, please 1) clean a floor space where you can freely rotate; 2) write numbers 1-12 on separate pieces of paper, and 3) have 2 sticks of some kind (ex: pool noodles, yard sticks, broom handles, etc)
See you there! Click this Zoom link to join Tick Tock, Be the Clock!
Play around with Playwriting! Join Kelly Hall from ABC Institute as you create, write, design, and present your very own short play! There may even be a surprise guest or two. So get ready, get set, and create! This workshop will require students to join all four Fridays (May 8, 15, 22, & 29).
Students: Middle to High
What you will need: paper and pencil and a draft scene or draft 5 minute play you have written
See you there! Click this Zoom link to join Play around with Playwriting!
Senses of Place at the CMA Join us on a virtual journey through time and place. We’ll be traveling around the world without leaving the house as we take a closer look at original works of art spanning centuries and cultures. In this virtual tour through the CMA galleries we’ll discover how artists capture various places and what works of art can tell us about what life was like in a particular time or place. Get some inspiration to create a work of art that reflects your own surroundings.
Time: 2:00pm (20 minutes)
Students: Elementary (2-5)
What you will need: Nothing!
See you there! Click this Zoom link to join Senses of Place at the CMA!
Date & Time
11:00am, 1:00pm, 1:15pm and 2:00pm May 15
Online via Zoom
Free but registration required
SC Afterschool Alliance & ABC Institute, Winthrop University