Murphy Building
Carrollton,Ga. 30118
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Dates:December 7, 2013
Meets:Sa from 9:00 AM to 12 N
Fee: $20.00  

Minimum enrollment to conduct each Saturday Studio: Youth Art Session is 7 participants. Upon registration, participant's parent/guardian should complete and return the UWG Youth Program 2013 Waiver Forms. One form per child/participant.

Sorry, this course is inactive. Please contact our office to see if it will be reinstated, or if alternative classes are available.

Course Description

CREATE, EXPLORE & PLAY in a different art media at each session!

SATURDAY STUDIO is coordinated by UWG Art Education faculty and co-instructed by UWG students pursuing degrees and certification in P-12 Art Education.

When: Saturdays, February 15, March 1, March 15, April 5 and April 19
Time: 9am-12noon
Where: UWG Humanities, Art Education Studio, Room 230
Who: Ages 5-9 and Ages 10-14. Register by age for each workshop session.
Registration Fee: **$25 per session for first child; $24 for each additional child; or $120 per child for all 5 sessions (5% discount applied).
Registration Deadline: Wednesday prior to each Saturday session

5 Sessions:
Saturday, February 15 - Painting
Saturday, March 1 - Sculpture
Saturday, March 15 - Printmaking
Saturday, April 5 - Sculpture
Saturday, April 19 - Mixed Media

Please register in the name of the child/student attending the camp.
**If you register siblings for 1-4 sessions, call Continuing Education at 678-839-6611, before making payment so that a 5% discount can be applied to the second sibling registration. The 5% discount is already included in the 5 session registration fee.
Upon registration, participant's parent/guardian should complete and return the UWG Youth Camps Waiver Forms. One form per child/participant.
Waiver Forms will be e-mailed as an attachment and can be downloaded from website
Waiver forms including Photo Release should be returned to UWG Cont Ed, 1601 Maple Street, Murphy 230, Carrollton, GA 30118 or to no later than the first day of camp.