Anatomy Drawing, Clay, Watercolor  

 July 20 - July 24

Half Day (9:00am-12:30pm)

Full Day (9:00am- 3:00pm)


Key Ideas

  • Anatomy Drawing

  • Clay

  • Watercolor Painting

Why is it important?

  • Drawing help students learn to write and think creatively, develop hand-eye co-ordination, hone analytic skills, and conceptualise ideas.

  • Anatomy drawing will help our students to learn the basics of form, shape, technique, and shading of human body.

  • They will practice drawing in different positions to get the big picture of it.

  • Clay stimulates the child's curiosity, and it encourages more experimentation.​

  • Watercolor project will help master the crucial skill of watching paint dry, and will teach when to apply more paint and how much water to use.

  • Watercolor offers the opportunity to consider ways of applying the paint, and the effect that layering paint has on the texture and color of a finished piece.


(All supplies are included​)

Please pack snack and lunch. (no nuts containing food please)

Seats are limited, Please RSVP.

365 1st St, Hoboken,

NJ 07030, 

(201) 370-3468


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