Youth Art Series: Summer Teens 2018

Monday, June 4, 2018 - 8:00am to Friday, June 8, 2018 - 12:30pm
To event remaining 15 days

Drop off: 7:30 AM- 8:00 AM

8:00 AM-9:10 AM- 1st class

10 minute break

9:20 AM-10:30 AM- 2nd class

Snack Break (15 minutes)

10:45 AM-11:55 AM- 3rd class

Group Reflection: 12:00 PM - 12:30 PM

Pick up: 12:30 PM-1:00 PM




Email completed form to YAS@EHCC.ORG or drop-off at the EHCC, Tuesday- Saturday, 10AM - 4PM.

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YAS TEENS 2018 (Cost 1 Week/Student)

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  • Expressive Painting

    Join me in looking at innovative ways of painting. Try a new spin on Still Life, through Cubism, Collage, and the use of negative space   We will work individually and as a group to invent new ideas, and ways to see perspective, shape, scale and color.

    Darcy Gray is a graduate of Birmingham City University, England, where she majored in Three Dimensional Design. After graduating Darcy returned to the U.S to continue her studies, where she focused on Printmaking at the Fort Mason Center for Arts and Culture in San Francisco.While living in Santa Fe, Darcy started teaching both as a volunteer and gave private lessons in her studio. Learn More
  • Scrap Poetry

    This class will focus on creating scrap booked pages around a variety of poems.  Students will use some of their favorite poems from their favorite poets and authors and use different materials to collage pages that illustrate the message or theme.  Students will also write their own poems and collage to illustrate them.

    Alyssa is a graduate of the University of Hawaii at Hilo with a Bachelor’s Degree in Art and Master’s Degree in Teaching.  She is currently a teacher at Waiakea Elementary School. Learn More
  • Together We Create (Collaborative Discussion)

    -This class will focus on key ceoncepts & discussion that can be applied to the accompanying classes in this session-

    “A Hula Dancer conjures-up Mana to create Life again from a memory told in a story. She recreates life and transforms it into a dance. How beautiful this life she is creating.”

    Observation, Intention and Passion are a few of the seeds sowed to create. Through this course we will help bring focus, find our inner leadership, and empowerment as a group to Create Together. Your final tool for creation may be photography, dance, writing, song, to name a few, but one should first learn how to operate with the information presented in front of you.  Join us to learn the breakdowns.


    Bio – Augusto Murillo, photographer, videographer, editor and director. Augusto Murillo was a photographer in New York City for 9 years before traveling through South America for 7 years to help archaeologists document petroglyphs and pictographs in the Atacama desert in Chile, participated with anthropologists to recover the oral history of back-strap weavers in Peru, Chile and Bolivia and directed the creation of a Bio-Circuit in the Peruvian Amazon. In Oahu, Augusto Murillo worked for the Asia Pacific Center for Security Studies, a center that educates, connects, and empowers security practitioners to build partner capacity, shared understanding, and networks to enhance stability in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region. With this applied knowledge, plus his life experience as a photographer, he created this course to help develop young leaders inside our community.

    Augusto Murillo, photographer, videographer, editor and director. Learn More
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