Kids Art Shuffle
Kids Art Shuffle is our core art program for Grades 3-5 that allows students to become well-rounded artists by shuffling projects across drawing, painting, sculpture, printmaking and mixed media. Students engage in One River School’s innovative curriculum inspired by contemporary artists that stimulates their imagination and helps them develop essential technical skills in a fun classroom environment.
Kids Focus on Drawing
Kids Focus on Drawing is designed for students Grades 3-5 who want to become experienced drawers with strong technical skills. Students learn the principles of using line, tone, light, texture, composition, spacial depth and perspective through fun and engaging projects drawing portraits, animals, landscapes, still lives and imaginative imagery.
Kids Focus on Manga
Manga, the popular Japanese style of cartooning, has become widely known for its humorous storylines, exaggerated emotions and dynamic characters. In this course, students will develop skills across drawing, painting, illustration, and character design while concentrating on a variety of traditional and contemporary Japanese styles.
- Work in a variety of manga media including professional illustration markers, Sakura pens, Kuretaka ink nibs and watercolors
- Projects include creating original manga style illustrations, paintings, drawings, storyboards and characters in both 2D and 3D
- Learn about traditional and contemporary manga artists by examining classics like Akira and Naruto to westernized versions of manga such as Gallagher’s Megatokyo and Takashi Murakami
This is an ongoing membership that renews monthly from your start date.
Kids Digital Art Shuffle
Kids Digital Art Shuffle is One River School’s core digital program for kids that opens up the world of digital art making by exposing young artists to the tools, software and inspiration to make art on a virtual canvas. Students develop their digital drawing skills by exploring layering, opacity, blending modes and other digital fundamentals using Sketchbook, Adobe Photoshop, and XP-Pen Tables.