After school drawing classes are being offered at Village Elementary School. The classes are taught by instructors from the North San Diego Monart School of the Arts. Per their website, "The Monart drawing method was developed by Mona Brookes through grant funding at Pepperdine University and is used to teach children of all ages and skill levels how to draw."
Artwork by Jamison, age 6
"Monart breaks all subjects down into elements of shape as a visual language that helps children to see and understand physical composition."
"This tested method helps promote success and confidence in a non-competitive environment, while enhancing fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, analytical thinking and problem solving."
The North San Diego Monart School has been teaching after school classes at Village for nearly a decade and in public and private schools around San Diego for over twenty two years.
The classes are considered an enrichment opportunity and are paid for by the participants. North San Diego Monart donates 10%-25% of all tuition funds collected directly back to the school where the classes are taught or the district.
Local Village Mom Amy told me that her child has been taking the Monart classes after school for several years and LOVES it!
Classes are Fridays, beginning October 5, 2012.
Check out the flyer in this post or online.
Artwork by Sara, age 12
Contact the North San Diego Monart office with questions: 858-259-7154 or visit them at www.northsandiegomonart.com
All Graphics and artwork use with permission from the North San Diego Monart School. Thanks David.
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