Pre-College Summer Art Program

 

June 5-16

The Pre-College Summer Art Program is a two-week studio experience with classes in metalsmithing, ceramics, and video production. Students divide their time between classes at 919 Madison Street (ceramics and jewelry/metals) and 905 Harrison Street (screenwriting and video production). All materials are included in the $375 tuition fee with lunch available from the Kitchens Café located onsite. Students take home finished works in each discipline. Enrollment is limited to 13 students.

The Pre-College Summer Art Program will be offered again in the Summer of 2017. Until then, additional programs for youth and high school students can be found at:

http://ws.kctcs.edu/westkentucky

JUNE 5-9 

SCRIPT WRITING AND VIDEO PRODUCTION (Week One)

9 a.m.-12 p.m. • 2D and Graphic Design Building • 905 Harrison Street

Instructor: JP Rhea, PSAD Adjunct Instructor

In this two-week class students will learn the basics of scriptwriting, video capture, editing, and audio techniques to produce a finished 3-5 minute video exploring narrative, documentary or experimental genres.

CERAMICS

1 p.m.-4 p.m. • Ceramics and Small Metals Building • 919 Madison Street

Instructor: John Hasegawa, PSAD ceramics professor

Introduction to basic techniques used in forming and glazing clay and producing finished ceramic objects. 

JUNE 12-16 

SCRIPT WRITING AND VIDEO PRODUCTION (Week Two)

9 a.m.-12 p.m. • 2D and Graphic Design Building • 905 Harrison Street

Instructor: JP Rhea, PSAD Adjunct Instructor

The second week of the video production class continues with the basics of video capture, editing, and audio techniques to produce a finished 3-5 minute video exploring narrative, documentary or experimental genres.

JEWELRY/METALS

1 p.m.-4 p.m. • Ceramics and Small Metals Building • 919 Madison Street

Instructor: Shannon Duffy, PSAD adjunct instructor

Introduction to basic techniques used in joining, forming, and soldering to make unique wearable art. 

FRIDAY, JUNE 16 • PARENT AND FAMILY OPEN HOUSE

4 p.m. – 5 p.m. Participants will share their experiences and their work with friends and family at 905 Harrison Street. 

Registration and Fees

Please complete and return the form on the back or register online by visiting PSAD’s community education programs at ws.kctcs.edu/westkentucky.  These programs are open to the first 16 students who register.    

For more information please contact:

Peggy Allgood, PSAD Division Assistant

Paducah School of Art and Design, 905 Harrison Street, Paducah, KY 42001

270.534.3901 • peggy.allgood@@kctcs.edu