Art lets kids express their emotions freely, whether through making films, designing fashions, or painting frowns on their face to show they're sad. Encourage self-expression with this Groupon.
Choose from Five Options
- $150 for a five-day location-drawing workshop (a $300 value)
SVA alumnus and illustrator Dan Krupin covers the basics of figure drawing, gesture, architecture, and perspective drawing in multiple media as he leads his class through the streets of New York. Students will capture whatever sites take their fancy, including the Brooklyn Botanical Gardens, riders on public transportation, and the Brooklyn Waterfront.
- $175 for a five-day indie-filmmaking class (a $350 value)
DeMarius Kilpatrick puts up to 15 students on all sides of the lens, as they write, film, light, and edit a film over the course of the week.
- $250 for a five-day Pro Tools workshop with KNS tha Engineer (a $550 value)
Beatsmith KNS tha Engineer demonstrates how to utilize the Pro Tools software to edit together beats and sounds, allowing students to construct their very own remixes. Students will also enjoy a visit to a high-end recording studio.
- $200 for a five-day screenprinting workshop (a $400 value)
Artists and students get messy on the very first day of this workshop, learning how to coat and expose a screen for a one-color T-shirt print. They'll then produce multi-color prints designed over several days.
- $250 for a five-day project fashion designer workshop (a $500 value)
Instructors teach a combination of illustration and fabric arts needed to design clothing.
Click here for a full schedule of summer workshops.
Gowanus Print Lab
The Gowanus Print Lab is a community screen printing studio established in October of 2010 in the Gowanus neighborhood in Brooklyn. Their goal is to create a nurturing artist community by providing exhibition space for emerging artists, affordable access to tools and a workspace, and education through design and screenprinting labs.
In the screenprinting labs, the teachers demonstrate how to make single- and multi-color prints before helping students customize T-shirts, totes, and even shoes with personal designs. Sometime they have group exhibitions and additional art classes. In the nearby Mac computer lab, they help students master complex software like Photoshop and Illustrator.
Sometimes, the staff tailors their programs to youths with interactive summer workshops, private events, corporate team building, and interactive galleries that engage the neighborhood's budding art community. or caters to a more adult crowd with monotype sessions featuring live models and beer. For the truly dedicated artist, they offer memberships with unlimited facilities access and private studio and individual equipment rentals.