FALL 2016 Class Catalog

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Reinvent yourself. Reimagine your future.  

CLASSES BEGIN THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 12, 2016,
AND CONTINUE INTO NOVEMBER

    


Adult Professional Development, Evening

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HTML & Website Design - DES 155, Monday, September 12 - November 14 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

HTML & Website Design
DES 155, Monday, September 12 - November 14
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Linda Forte

This course teaches basic HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) which is used to generate home pages and websites. The emphasis of this course is on basic HTML codes, CSS (Cascading Style Sheets), and skills needed to plan a web page. Students learn file management, formatting for web pages, basic structural elements, text editing, image use, optimal file formats, and the use of color on the web. Prerequisite: DES 152, Adobe Photoshop or equivalent experience.  This class counts towards the Digital Design: Web certificate.

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Intro to Video Production & Short Film - DES 178, Monday, September 12 - November 14 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Intro to Video Production & Short Film
DES 178, Monday, September 12 - November 14
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Maggie Rudisill

 

For the aspiring filmmaker, advertising creative, or anyone who wants to take their social media presence to the next level! Video is ubiquitous online today, but it takes specialized knowledge to do it right. This course will give you the information you need to make any video production stand out from the crowd. You'll gain an understanding of screenwriting, lighting, audio, and editing with Final Cut Pro X. Learn the techniques that professionals use to create high production values on a limited budget, and take full advantage of this high-impact medium. NOTE: To take this course, you must have basic to intermediate computer skills and a digital video camera or DSLR with video capabilities.

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*new section* Adobe Illustrator - DES 151-2, Tuesday, September 13 - November 15 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

*new section*

Adobe Illustrator
DES 151-2, Tuesday, September 13 - November 15
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Laurie Fuller

Create illustrations, technical drawings, logos, informational graphics, and other visuals using the cutting-edge drawing tools of Adobe Illustrator. An industry-standard vector graphics program, Adobe Illustrator is used primarily for creating print, multimedia, and online graphics. In this course, you will learn to effectively use the Adobe Illustrator software program while completing illustration and design projects on the computer. No prior experience necessary. NOTE: After enrolling, you may be able to use your PCA&D student ID and receive a discount on the Adobe Suite. This class counts towards the Digital Design: Print certificate.

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Design Principles & Typography - DES 150, Tuesday, September 13 - November 15 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Design Principles & Typography
DES 150, Tuesday, September 13 - November 15
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 1 credit, $430
Megan Zettlemoyer

Learn the basics of using typography and its importance as a design element in publication (newsletters, magazines, brochures, catalogs) and website design. This course will teach you the fundamental skills necessary for much of your future work and education in print and web design. Special attention is given to developing the problem solving skills critical to functioning in the design industry. NOTE: This course is a non-computer course. This class counts towards both the Digital Design: Web & Digital Design: Print certificates.


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Event & Portrait Photography - PHO 195, Tuesday, September 13 - November 15 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Event & Portrait Photography
PHO 195, Tuesday, September 13 - November 15
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Ole Hongvanthong

Learn the skills you will need to successfully obtain employment as an event and portrait photographer. Professional techniques associated with venue photography, weddings, bar/bat mitzvahs, music concerts, sporting events and graduations will be taught. The course also includes valuable information on the business and planning of event photography. Recommended: Completion of PHO 193, Introduction to Digital Photography or equivalent experience. Note: To take this class, you must have a digital 35mm SLR camera.


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Introduction to Digital Photography - PHO 193, Wednesday, September 14 - November 16 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Introduction to Digital Photography
PHO 193, Wednesday, September 14 - November 16
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Ken Altobello

 

This course is an introduction to the world of digital photography and the unique opportunities and challenges it presents. Confused about all of the settings on your camera? You will become proficient in the use of a digital camera, understanding how to control exposure through aperture and shutter settings. Learn basic photographic composition, basic editing with Adobe Photoshop, ISO, along with image sizing, what it means, and how it impacts the final result. Students must bring a 35mm digital camera that allows control and manipulation of exposure, instruction manual, and USB cord. Digital cameras that meet the requirement: Canon: Any EOS and Rebel digital camera; Fuji: Any Fine Pix “S” series; Kodak: Any “P” series; Nikon: Any “D” series; Olympus: Any “E” series; Panasonic: MMc‐L1K SLR; Pentax: Any K series; Sigma: SD‐14; Sony: Any DSLR‐A100 camera. Others may be applicable.


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Intro to Social Media Marketing & Communications - SM 101, Wednesday, September 14 - November 16 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Intro to Social Media Marketing & Communications
SM 101, Wednesday, September 14 - November 16
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Ken Mueller

 

Bring your business into the 21st century. Learn how social media is changing how businesses market and advertise. Develop a successful social media plan by thoroughly knowing answers to these questions: Why do we communicate? What do you want to say? What are the best tools (channels) for communicating? Who is your target audience? What media do your audiences use? This course will cover a wide range of relevant social media platforms used to promote your products and services, with an emphasis on Facebook and Twitter as well as coverage of Pinterest, Instagram and others. You will learn how blogging connects you to a larger audience and improves your search engine rankings. Design a successful social media plan by developing a strategy, identifying your goals and objectives, and creating a time line for the fulfillment of your strategy. NOTE: A basic familiarity with social media is recommended. Current accounts with each social network is not required.This class counts towards  the Social Media Marketing certificate.

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Adobe Illustrator - DES 151, Wednesday, September 14 - November 16 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Adobe Illustrator
DES 151, Wednesday, September 14 - November 16
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 1 credit, $460
Laurie Fuller

 

Create illustrations, technical drawings, logos, informational graphics, and other visuals using the cutting-edge drawing tools of Adobe Illustrator. An industry-standard vector graphics program, Adobe Illustrator is used primarily for creating print, multimedia, and online graphics. In this course, you will learn to effectively use the Adobe Illustrator software program while completing illustration and design projects on the computer. No prior experience necessary. NOTE: After enrolling, you may be able to use your PCA&D student ID and receive a discount on the Adobe Suite. This class counts towards the Digital Design: Print certificate.

*a new section of this class has also been opened on Tuesday evenings. register here.

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UX/UI Website Design - DES 164, Thursday, September 15 - October 13 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
UX/UI Website Design
DES 164, Thursday, September 15 - October 13
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 0.5 credit, $230
Matt Hollenbach

 

The student will learn the foundations of interaction design and how to craft engaging user experiences from the start of the design process. The scope of the course will cover everything from what makes a good user experience, to setting goals for small and large-scale projects, to designing multiple prototypes and site maps and/or wireframes. Emphasis will be placed on high-level, conceptual project planning and the framework that goes into projects of varying sizes, and how to leverage feedback to rapidly iterate on the design to deliver the most effective design. This class counts towards the Digital Design: Web certificate.

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Responsive Website Design - DES 165, Thursday, October 20 - November 17 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Responsive Design
DES 165, Thursday, October 20 - November 17
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., 0.5 credit, $230
Elia Filippone

 

In this course, we will focus on how to apply the coding and web design skills that you have already developed in order to create websites that are accessible to users on multiple devices and platforms, such as tablets and cell phones. In addition to covering up-front site framework and overall approach (mobile versus desktop), we will also focus on the basics of responsive website layout, such as CSS media queries, fluid grids, responsive images, and more. Prerequisites: Students must be comfortable hand-coding HTML and CSS. NOTE: This class counts towards the Digital Design: Web certificate.


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Marketing Workshops, daytime

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*new* Blogging Basics Workshop - WS 85, Thursday, September 15 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Blogging Basics Workshop
WS 85, Thursday, September 15
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $75
Ken Mueller

Whether you have already been blogging or need guidance on starting, this workshop helps layout best practices, strategies and outlines the importance of why you should blog regularly. Your blog is an excellent way of driving traffic to your website while also providing value added for your customers.

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Digital marketing for Non-profits - WS 61, Thursday, September 22 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Digital marketing for Non-profits
WS 61, Thursday, September 22
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $75
Ken Mueller

 

Non-profit professionals often need to wear many hats in order to get all their work done, and that can include the promotion of their organization. While many marketing strategies and tactics used by businesses are effective for non-profit organizations, this workshop will explain how a comprehensive digital marketing plan leveraging social media, email marketing, and other online tools can save time and deliver a strong return on investment. All skill levels and business backgrounds welcome.


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*new* Making your Business Mobile Friendly - WS 86, Thursday, September 29 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Making your Business Mobile Friendly
WS 86, Thursday, September 29
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $75
Ken Mueller

With more people now accessing online content from a mobile device rather than a desktop computer, it is imperative for your online presence to be mobile-friendly if not mobile-centric. Are the images you're using in social media outreach optimized for viewing on a smartphone? How do your webpages load on a tablet? Learn best practices, tips, tricks, and shortcuts for making sure your business is effectively using the tools available for making your business mobile-friendly.

*this class is no longer accepting registration*

 

*new* How to Integrate your Online & Offline Marketing - WS 87, Thurs, October 6 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

On & Off: How to Integrate your Online & Offline Marketing
WS 87, Thursday, October 6
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $75
Ken Mueller

The most impactful marketing is when online and offline marketing is working in tandem. Learn practical strategies to position your traditional print ad campaigns for driving  new customers to your social media outreach or to subscribe to your email lists. Ensuring the messages you're using online and offline are consistent to maintain your company's brand is essential.

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*new* Instagram & Snapchat for Business - WS 88, Thursday, October 13 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Instagram & Snapchat for Business
WS 88, Thursday, October 13
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $75
Jeff Frandsen

With 400 million users on Instagram and 100 million daily users on Snapchat, these are two hot social apps your business can no longer ignore. In this three hour workshop, learn the basics of Instagram and Snapchat, how to use the apps and how to harness each app's special features for your brand. This is ideal for marketing professionals and business owners who are Snapchat novices and want to gain a better understanding of what the platform features can do. Learn the demographics of each platform's users, what makes for engaging and memorable content, how to monitor your impact, and how often to share.

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*new* How to Write Content that Sizzles - WS 89, Saturday, November 5 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
How to Write Content that Sizzles
WS 89, Saturday, November 5
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $75
Donna Talarico

 

This workshop is all about finessing your wordsmith skills, no matter what the medium or your skill level. In this practical, interactive workshop, we’ll cover, among other things: 1) Why brevity rules – how you can turn that stuffy paragraph into a compelling sentence. 2) How repurposing works – repurposing content is key to efficient web/marketing operations, especially when you’re short staffed. You’ll leave this workshop with tips on how to effectively tweak existing content to fit various mediums. If you want, bring a piece of writing you want to make better, or an outline for a current project. 3) How to add sizzle to your sentences – you know when a headline is catchy or a story is compelling—we’ll look at the actual language and explore why that writing sounds so good. Explore some tried and true literary elements and journalistic techniques that make content pop—repetition, alliteration, those sorts of things.


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Adult Studio / Personal Enrichment

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Intergenerational Drawing (ages 8 & up) - CE 189, Monday, September 12 - October 17 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Intergenerational Drawing (ages 8 & up)
CE 189, Monday, September 12 - October 17
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., $195
Carlos Diaz

 

Basic drawing materials and techniques will be introduced in this beginner drawing course for all ages. Demonstrations and practice in line drawing, composition, and shading will help to develop your drawing skills. Using pencil and charcoal, you will complete quick sketches and long drawings of still life and clothed models. The opportunity for adults and children to learn together in a relaxed setting makes this drawing course unique. Instructor is bilingual Spanish & English, so class is appropriate for either language.


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Intro to Acrylic Painting - CE 204, Tuesday, September 13 - October 18 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Intro to Acrylic Painting
CE 204, Tuesday, September 13 - October 18
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., $195
Justin Phillips

 

Acrylic paint is an ideal medium for beginners because the paint is water soluble, cleans up easily, and dries quickly. This makes acrylics versatile and easy to use. Learn how to use acrylics while painting from observation: both still life and room interiors. Explore various materials, blending, washes, glazes, other techniques, and color theory in a six-week painting course ideal for beginners or as a refresher course.

*this class is no longer accepting registration. Please call 717-396-7833 ext 1019 or email ce@pcad.edu to be added to a wait list*
Figure Sculpting - CE 159, Tuesday, September 13 - November 1 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Figure Sculpting
CE 159, Tuesday, September 13 - November 1
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., $245
Evan Kitson

In this introductory to sculpting the figure, students will delve into the basics of figure modeling using Plasteline (oil-based clay) or terra cotta clay. You will explore the techniques of figure modeling from live models; projects will focus on realism and may transition through stages of abstraction. Whether a beginner or intermediate student, you’ll be able to move your own work to the next level. This supportive environment is the space you need to explore the making of art.

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Pastels - daytime - CE 182, Wednesday, September 14 -November 2 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Pastels - daytime
CE 182, Wednesday, September 14 -November 2
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $245
Dot Stepenaski

 

This class will introduce you to pastel painting and the wide range of styles and techniques that can be achieved. Learn about color gradations, modeling of form and softening with brushes. Pastels lend themselves to a great variety of color and style, and you will be encouraged to find your own interpretations of the subject matter. Color harmony, value and composition will also be explored in this class.


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*new* Life Painting with Models in Costume - CE 218, Thursday, September 15 -November 3 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Life Painting with Models in Costume
CE 218, Thursday, September 15 - November 3
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., $245
Pia Wannachaiwong

This class is life painting mixed with storytelling. Reinforce and build upon your knowledge of anatomy, value, color and design while having fun depicting a Victorian Ballroom dance, a cowboy on the range or a mighty Viking warrior. We will work closely with a theater rental company and our best models to provide students with a fun, challenging and unique opportunity to develop their artistic voice. The methods and techniques used in this class are used by professional illustrators in publishing, gaming and comics, providing aspiring illustrators an invaluable glimpse into the trade of illustration.

*this class is no longer accepting registration*

*new* Hand Lettering - CE 219, Thursday, September 15 - October 20 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Hand Lettering
CE 219, Thursday, September 15 - October 20
6 p.m. - 9 p.m., $195
Jeff Frandsen

 

Learn and understand the importance of the fundamental knowledge of hand lettering. In this six week course, you will learn the most basic techniques and tips every hand-letterer should know. This class will answer your questions on how to get started and learn techniques to identify your own personal style. Each week, we will take steps toward starting a side project. By the end, you’ll take away a tangible piece of work alongside the skill set of hand-lettering. This class is perfect for anyone who knows how to hold a pen in their hand. By the end of this class you’ll have set up the foundations for a strong understanding of hand lettering.


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Short Story Writing - daytime - CE 208, Friday, September 16 - November 4 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Short Story Writing - daytime
CE 208, Friday, September 16 - November 4
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $245
Caitlin Downs

Want to take a class that teaches new techniques while providing a supportive workshop environment? Look no further–this class focuses on short fiction and non fiction by introducing students to published works, breaking down the craft, and challenging students to produce their own original writing. The course surveys creative non-fiction, magical realism, flash fiction, post-colonial and post-modern genres. Students will analyze pieces with guided instruction and learn to adopt the style in their own voice. Join us to produce new writing and expand your knowledge of great and contemporary writers.

*this class is no longer accepting registration*

*new* Textures in Nature: Fiber Art Composition - CE 220, Saturday, September 17 - November 12 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Textures in Nature: Fiber Art Composition
CE 220, Saturday, September 17 - November 12*
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $245
Alexandria Nabinger

 

The “Textures in Nature” course is an in-depth exploration of creating textile artwork inspired by our natural environment. This class utilizes a combination of textile media (ie. Fabric, thread, felt, plant fibers, etc.) and traditional art media (ie. Paper, pencil, ink, paint, pastel, etc.). You will produce a series of small textile works of art. The first phase of the course will be focused on an introduction to a variety of hand stitching, machine stitching, embroidery, felting, and other mixed media techniques mimicking the textures we see in nature. During the second phase, utilizing original images and photographs, you will create a series of drawings in color to base your textile series on. The final phase of the course will explore the various options for displaying the textile works (ie. Artist books, three-dimensional forms, functional objects, wall hangings, etc.). *this class does not meet on September 24 due to our Open House

*this class is no longer accepting registration*
*new* Specimen Drawing Workshop at North Museum - WS 90, Saturday, October 8 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Specimen Drawing Workshop at North Museum
WS 90, Saturday, October 8, 2016
2 p.m. - 5 p.m., $75
Emily Adleblute

Take full advantage of the specimens housed at the North Museum of Nature and Science at Franklin & Marshall College. Join us as we explore the anatomy and charming characteristics of a few specific specimens and enjoy the ambiance of the lower level of the museum which houses hundreds of preserved and taxidermied creatures. Featured specimens will include crustaceans and a blue heron. Please only bring dry materials (i.e. graphite, pastels, charcoal and paper of your choice) and a portable easel or drawing board. Instructor will demonstrate using graphite on cold press paper.


*this class is no longer accepting registration*

 

High School / Pre-College (grades 9-12)

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Figure Drawing for Character Development - HS 68, Saturday, September 17 - November 5 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Figure Drawing for Character Development (Superhero, Villian, monster, comics)
HS 68, Saturday, September 17 - November 5
9 a.m. - 11 a.m., $195
Kurt Aspland

CRASH! POW! BANG! Learn the secrets to great character design with Kurt Aspland. If you like drawing your own comics or have some great ideas for video games, then designing rich characters is a great place to start. You will lean all the basics of drawing in this fun and exciting class; gesture, line, value, action, and much much more! Kurt spent over 30 years in southern California studying under some Hollywood greats and he brings a wealth of knowledge from a lifetime of experience and practice to each class. This class is for all ages and all levels, beginner to advance. Sign up today to let those great characters loose from your mind!!!!

*this class is no longer accepting registration. Please call 717-396-7833 ext 1019 or email ce@pcad.edu to be added to a wait list*

Painting Academy - HS 7, Saturday, September 17 - November 5 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Painting Academy
HS 7, Saturday, September 17 - November 5
12 p.m. - 3 p.m., $245
Matt Chapman

This class engages students in the best practices while in a painting studio. These practices explore the technical and theoretical creation of works of art. Through an exploration of the foundations of painting development, students will be encouraged to develop their own observational skills and visual language while utilizing composition, color, cropping and context. Peer review and group critique will help with support and growth.

*this class is no longer accepting registration*

Intro to Game Development - HS 75, Saturday, September 17 - November 12 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Intro to Game Development
HS 75, Saturday, September 17 - November 12
10 a.m. - 1 p.m., $280
Natasha Warshawsky

 

Have you always wanted to go into the video game industry? This course introduces you to the principles of game design and game art production. After a brief history of games, the class will practice exercises on designing rules and mechanics that are practical for any type of game. You will then work independently and in small groups to explore the concept of fun, design art for your games, and manage the projects from start to finish. Through the use of freeware called Stencyl, you will also learn what software and techniques are used with different games and the concepts of how to apply those techniques in the current video game industry.

*this class is no longer accepting registration*

Portfolio Preparation Workshop - WS 7, Saturday, November 19 [fa icon="chevron-down"]
Portfolio Preparation Workshop
WS 7, Saturday, November 19, 2016
2 p.m. - 5 p.m., $55

 

Need to put together a portfolio, but not sure how? This workshop teaches you how to assemble a portfolio for admission to an art college. Learn how to visually and verbally present your work and select pieces for your portfolio. A variety of portfolio styles are shown and discussed. This is an excellent workshop if you are considering a college education in the visual arts.


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Youth / Kids / Elementary & Middle School

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Youth Studio I Grades 1.2.3 - YS 11, Saturday, September 17 - November 5 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Youth Studio Art I for Grades 1.2.3
YS11, Saturday, September 17 - November 5
10 a.m. - 12 p.m., $175
Lyndsay Hoke

Youth_Studio_Art_with_Lisa_Wilson-886952-edited.jpgA class for the budding artist to experience a range of art making techniques and materials. K12 Certified Art instructors will guide your child through a variety of materials and techniques, such as, drawing, painting, and at least one 3D project. During this once per week class students will experience their imagination coming to life. All youth studio instructors are K-12 certified with thorough background clearances, and assignments vary for each semester and section, so there is always something new to learn! NOTE: Supplies are provided for Youth Studio courses.

*this class is no longer accepting registration. Please call 717-396-7833 ext 1019 or email ce@pcad.edu to be added to a wait list*

Youth Studio II Grades 4.5 - YS 12, Saturday, September 17 - November 5 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Youth Studio Art II for Grades 4.5
YS12, Saturday, September 17 - November 5
10 a.m. - 12 p.m., $175
Lyndsay Hoke

Youth_Studio_Art_with_Lyndsay_Hoke-115823-edited.jpgA class for the budding artist to experience a range of art making techniques and materials. K12 Certified Art instructors will guide your child through a variety of materials and techniques, such as, drawing, painting, and at least one 3D project. During this once per week class students will experience their imagination coming to life. All youth studio instructors are K-12 certified with thorough background clearances, and assignments vary for each semester and section, so there is always something new to learn! NOTE: Supplies are provided for Youth Studio courses.

*this class is no longer accepting registration. Please call 717-396-7833 ext 1019 or email ce@pcad.edu to be added to a wait list*

 

Young Artist Academy Grades 6.7.8.9 - YS 13, Saturday, September 17 - November 5 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Young Artists Academy for Grades 6.7.8.9
YS13, Saturday, September 17 - November 5
  10a.m. - 12 p.m., $200
Carol Aument

141_102415_PCAD-464960-edited.jpgYour child has a creative spark; let’s nurture their curiosity and artistic ability in a supportive weekly class that encourages exploration. Using the principles of design and art history as a foundation, your pre-teen / teen will learn the significance of thinking like an artist as they learn a mix of different art-making techniques, including drawing, painting, sculpting, and more. Lessons will help inform and enhance their personal development as a young artist. This program is open to all skill levels, and provides an atmosphere for self-discovery, camaraderie, and small group learning. At the end of the session, each student will have a mini-exhibition during the larger Youth Exhibition & Reception to celebrate their artistic journey. All materials and supplies included in the cost of the class.

*this class is no longer accepting registration. Please call 717-396-7833 ext 1019 or email ce@pcad.edu to be added to a wait list*

 

 

  

Homeschool Art Studio - YS 40 - Tuesdays, September 13 - November 1 [fa icon="chevron-down"]

Homeschool Art Studio

YS 40, Tuesday, September 13 - November 1, 10:30 a.m. - 11:30 a.m.
$95
Amber Kane

Let your child explore their inner artist, build a solid art foundation, and leave the mess with us.

Through this 8-week class, students will gain experience in art-making techniques while developing their creative thought process. Students will be guided through discovery learning anchored in art history, and methods of creating. Because the class size is limited, each child will be met at their skill level with individually tailored lessons. 

Keep learning after class. Parents will receive some helpful prompts for art history lessons such as web links to videos, book references, short bios of famous artists, etc. All materials and supplies are provided for this class. Open to ages 6-13. 

The college is conveniently located in downtown Lancaster within a short walk from many coffee shops, bakeries, Central Market (open on Tuesday), public library, galleries, and more for parents and younger siblings to explore. 

*this class is no longer accepting registration. Please call 717-396-7833 ext 1019 or email ce@pcad.edu to be added to a wait list*


Reinvent yourself.  Reimagine your future.

Supercharge your career skills or nourish your passion for making art this fall. Join PCA&D, the region’s leader in art and design education. Elevate your conceptual thinking, making, and design skills to new levels in classes for children, teens, and adults. New daytime classes on weekdays for adults, Saturday classes for kids and teens, and our weeknight classes are convenient for working professionals.

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