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Intensive Pre-College Program Part 1

KWD360.000

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SKU: art-foundation Category:
Description

Intensive Pre-College Program Part 1
• Ages 13 to 18 years
• Fall Term 2017
•Price: 360KD
•Date: October 1 – November 19 (Oct. 1, 3, 8, 10, 15, 17, 22, 24, 29, 31, Nov. 5, 7, 12, 14, 19)
•Days: Sundays (6PM-8PM) & Tuesdays (6PM-8PM)


The 15 week course will introduce students to the basic principles of design through exploration of the various mediums including drawing, modeling, color, photography, composition and presentation. The class is designed to accommodate the needs of the students, helping them grow in the area of their interest. The objective of the course is for the students to gain an understanding of the possibilities that design offers.

Facilitator:  
Dr. Jawaher AlBader @artstudiokwt
Arch. Robert Gurney @robertg3
Dr./Eng. Duna AlMashaan @dunalmashaan
This course is made up of 15 sessions, 2 hours each.


• Upon request: students may use the studio to work on their pieces outside class hours. This Pre-College Program is taught by doctoral level educators and working professionals. Students will explore the fundamentals of art and design at a level not readily available in high school. The course will be divided into three parts where each 5 weeks will be taught by one of the three listed facilitators. This will give students access to professionals from different creative fields which will not only benefit them in their work but will also provide them with more knowledge about different fields of study. The program is designed to challenge ones imagination and encourage creative growth. This is ideal for High School Juniors and Seniors looking to enhance their college admissions portfolio.
• Students will receive a complimentary sketchbook and apron upon registration.
• Students will have access to all art supplies in the studio but may be required to bring a few extras for some specific projects.
• Healthy snacks will be provided during class time, however students may bring their own snack.