This series of sessions provides a fun, supportive, and engaging environment for creativity. From week to week we’ll work with a variety of media, both inside the Museum School studios, PAAM’s galleries, and outside—utilizing each environment to inspire art-making.
Take one class or sign up for the whole summer! All materials are supplied, and walk-ins are welcome. Feel free to bring along materials to any class that might be able to be used, as well as a snack and/or drink. We have a water dispenser for reusable water bottles. For outside days, please bring a hat and sun block.
July 10 + 11: Plein air watercolor on the beach
July 17 + 18: Still Life Drawing
July 24 + 25: Self-Portraiture
July 31 + Aug 1: Clay Sculpture
August 7 + 8: Abstract Painting
August 14 + 15: Origami
August 21 (no 22): Carnival Masks
*schedule subject to change, especially when weather dependent. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org the day prior if you have specific scheduling questions
Kiah Coble is an Arts Educator, and the Curator of Adult Education for the Lillian Orlowsky William Freed Museum School at PAAM.
Kiah Coble is an Arts Educator, and the Curator of Adult Education for the Lillian Orlowsky William Freed Museum School at PAAM. She is also the Lead Teacher in the Art on the Edge youth program and has worked as a teaching assistant in the Art Reach program. As an educator, Coble believes in supporting the whole child in their creativity and exploration. Coble graduated from the University of Vermont and is currently an M.Ed candidate at Prescott College.