Classes Grades 9-12

Saturday School classes for high school students

High school Saturday School students are creative, determined, and eager to learn how to study the arts in a university setting.

Aspiring artists who attend Saturday School come to improve their skills by learning new fine arts and design concepts, techniques, and technologies. They are eager and talented, and they tell us they want to “improve skills and meet other artists.”

Herron’s alternative studio lessons introduce students to concepts and methods that will help them pursue their creative goals.

Saturday School Fall Semester

  • Dates:
    Session 1: September 15- October 6
    Session 2: October 13- November 3
  • Times: 9:00 - Noon

Advanced Art: 2D

Ideal for the seasoned young artist, this course is student driven and designed for the student wanting to discover and explore. Under the guidance of Herron faculty, students in this course will be able to use Herron’s studios to complete projects of their choice. This course will focus on 2D work (drawing, painting, printmaking, etc.) Limit of 12 students.

Grades 10-12


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Screenprinting

A basic introduction to the versatile screen printing process. Students will learn how to prepare, process and print their own designs. Students will print on paper and textiles. Limit of 10 students. 


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Saturday School- Workshops

Admissions Prep

Get a step ahead with this one day workshop designed for the college bound teen! Students in this workshop, led by Herron faculty, will participate in writing exercises to improve their essays and get help photographing and choosing work for their admissions portfolio. Students will have the opportunity to prepare their digital portfolios, right here in Herron’s labs. Limit of 10 students per session.


Sessions:
August 25, 2018
September 22, 2018
October 27, 2018

Time: 9:00 - 3:00

Tuition: $40

Grades 11-12

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Tuition and scholarships

Tuition is $100 per session (two sessions are offered each semester) and includes all materials. Scholarships are available for students who qualify.