We’re sending a hardy thank you to all the facilitators who shared their knowledge during the October 21 Enrichment session. Casandra Talmadge from McDonald’s continued her work with the Entrepreneurship students. Jeremy White helped the Humanities students with tips for getting past writer’s block. The scientific method and constructing an hypothesis was discussed with the STEM students. Alton Rollerson worked with the Oratory students and Wanda Parker worked with the Dramatics students. Cortez Watkins helped Music Vocal and Instrumental students with tips on selecting the right piece to perform. Thanks to Tony Venezia and LeVern Danley who worked with the Filmmaking and Photography students, respectively, and to Andria Smith for recruiting an art professional for the Drawing, Painting, and Sculpture students. A special thanks to Tia Juarez from the Women’s Business Center Aurora, who presented the interactive workshop, Starting a Business 101, which was attended by both students and parents. Several students made positive comments about the workshop.
Visual Arts Enrichment is pleased to welcome Ms. Sally Sharp, Director of Education at the Naperville Art League as an instructor to our program. This month students were introduced to cold wax medium techniques and more. Students should review October's homework which focuses on theme. Students should complete the review and email Mrs. Smith potential researched themes by November 15, 2017. The November class will focus on drawing and will feature a live model.
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