Drawing & Painting AnimalsGrades 3 - 8
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2020-08-27 - 2021-04-01
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Thu: 12:30 pm to 2:00 pm
Cost: $300 / Annual
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Fall Semester: Drawing and Painting Animals
Spring Semester: Drawing and Painting Portraits
For the first half of the year, students will develop their skills as artists by learning to draw and paint a variety of animals. Emphasis is on realistic drawing and painting. Students learn to draw animals from photos (instead of merely copying a line drawing), and at-home assignments are minimal but include sketching pets or another animal from life. In the second semester, students will learn to draw and paint portraits and people. Students learn the proportions of the face and figure and how to represent an individual's characteristic features. Media include graphite pencil, charcoal, pen, watercolor, gouache and acrylic. All supplies provided.
Christina Cullen is excited for the opportunity to continue teaching at Cornerstone Classical School! She is a Senior in high school and has been teaching Worship Dance for two years. She is in her eighth year as a student of ballet, tap, jazz, hip-hop, and lyrical dance at Weber School of Dance in Jeffersonville. At Weber, she also helps as an instructor for several classes of students of all ages. Along with this, Christina has partnered with Elevate Dance Ministry as an assistant instructor for an outreach class at Hope Place in Lousiville, Kentucky. She has enjoyed being a part of the Christmas program at Southeast Christian Church for two years as a dancer, singer, and actress. In the past she has competed in a national home school speech and debate league called the National Christian Forensics and Communication Assosiation (NCFCA) for six years and was awarded two second place titles at Regionals and a sixth place award at the National tournament. In her free time, Christina enjoys doodling characters, writing short stories, playing piano, singing, and choreographing dances.
Christina is looking foward to showing others how to glorify God and share his love through the arts!
Diane Cullen has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from Taylor University. She has served as the Coach/Director for Truth Advocates Speech and Debate Club since 2012, and as a state representative for the National Christian Forensics and Commnications Association since 2015. Her family has been involved in competitive speech and debate since 2007. She has five children whom she has home schooled.
Diane worked at IUS in the Career Placement Office as the Internship Coordinator for 5 years placing students in internships, coaching them on interviewing skills, dress for success, etiquette, networking, and resume writing. She taught Career Decision Making at IUS for 15 years and has taught Career Development at Cornerstone for several years. She is a certified administrator for the Myers Briggs Type Indicator personality/career assessment. She has also worked in television, has conducted corporate training workshops, and has trained students in various aspects of professional development.
She enjoys helping students discover the gifts and talents God has given them while directing them toward their best career fit. She also enjoys teaching students to speak confidently and effectively for the glory of God. In her free time, she finds joy in being outside hiking and kayaking, spending time with family and friends, and designing spaces for herself and others.