Sun Valley Museum of Art is pleased to present “Drawing & Doodling,” a workshop designed for teens in grades 6–12. Katelyn Foley, Director of Education and Humanities at SVMoA, and Jeanne Knott, SVMoA’s Visual Arts Class Assistant, will lead the workshop on Friday, April 9, at the Hailey Classroom from 2 to 4 p.m. The Museum’s teen workshops are generously sponsored by Joyce B. Friedman.
This workshop is designed to introduce students to drawing concepts such as line, shading and perspective. A series of drawing exercises will give participants the confidence to create more freely. In the second half of the workshop, students will respond to a variety of prompts as they create whimsical doodles.
“We are excited to be teaching a class in drawing and doodling for teens,” said Foley. “Both Jeanne and I have backgrounds in drawing, and we are thrilled to share these lifelong skills and our love of drawing with young people.”
In the interest of community health and safety, SVMoA is adhering to CDC guidelines and the Governor of Idaho’s orders as it invites people back to its museum, classes and programs. Museum visitors and class participants should wear face masks and abide by social distancing recommendations. Anyone who feels ill or lives with someone who is ill should stay at home. Also, SVMoA is limiting the number of participants in its museum and programs to assist with safe social distancing.
Students should bring a clean face covering, a snack and a water bottle. Tuition for “Doodling & Drawing” is $10, and advance registration is required. For more information and to reserve a space in the workshop (limited spaces), please visit svmoa.org or call 208.726.9491.