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2015
LEAD SPONSORS EMERSON PROCESS MANAGEMENT, DURA-LINE, AND TVA
Summer Art Academy
The Knoxville Museum of Art’s Summer Art Academy offers
quality educational opportunities that will ignite your child’s
imagination through drawing, painting, sculpture, and more!
Each week offers a new and exciting age-appropriate art class that will nourish
and challenge your child. The KMA’s certified art educators provide instruction
in small groups with personalized instruction. Classes are designed to increase
your child’s knowledge of art, and help in the development of his or her artistic
techniques, fine motor skills, critical thinking skills, and confidence. Each class
includes sessions in the museum galleries, relating class activities, to works
in the collection. At the end of each week we celebrate with an exhibition and
presentations by the students.
Classes are held at the Knoxville Museum of Art (1050 World’s Fair Park Drive).
Morning classes are offered each week for children ages 3-12. Afternoon classes
are offered for ages 13 and up. These one-week classes start Monday, June 1, and
continue each week through Friday, July 31. Tuition for the half-day class is $85.00
for KMA members and $100.00 for non-members (unless specified otherwise),
and includes workshop supplies, instruction, and guided tours.
Classes are filled and scholarships are awarded on a first-come, first-served basis.
For more information call 865.525.6101 ext. 241 or e-mail [email protected]
JUNE 1-5
JUNE 8-12
HANDS-ON
ARTISTS AND STYLES
ART FOR CHILDREN AND ADULTS
WITH AUTISM – ONLY
9am-12pm •Monday Ages 3-4
Tuesday Ages 5-6
Wednesday Ages 7-9
Thursday Ages 10-12
Friday Ages 13 and up
1-4pm • Monday Adults Only
$20 Members/$25 Non-members
Only 10 participants per class.
Students will interact with works of
art in the galleries, engage in a variety
of hands-on experiences and explore
different art processes to create works of
art in the studio during this class designed
specifically for children and adults with
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Each
day, age-appropriate classes explore new
art adventures as we partake in various
art-making activities, sensory experiences,
and the students’ own personal interests.
Visual picture schedules and social stories
will be used to integrate social interaction
and sensory exploration.
PINT-SIZED PICASSOS
Ages 3-4 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Paint like Van Gogh, collage like Matisse,
and sculpt like Moore. Students will
explore their creativity through drawing,
painting, and sculpting. Fine motor skills,
coordination, and self-esteem will be
enhanced as students explore the world
around them through art.
Please note: Parents/Caretakers will receive
a student survey prior to this class so that
teachers can plan specific activities and projects
that will appeal to the participant’s interests.
MINI MASTERS
Ages 5-6 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Perfect for young students who loves
art - students will draw, paint, and sculpt
each day, all day. Students will tackle new
projects exploring the basic techniques of
art while emphasizing creativity and selfexpression.
TRIO OF COLOR
Ages 7-9 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will focus on the work of three
artists known for big, bold color, and
movement. Students will create mobiles
and kinetic art inspired by Alexander
Calder; paintings, drawings, and prints
by Pablo Picasso; and the collages by
Henri Matisse. Art history will come alive
through the study of these influential
modern artists.
CREATIVE STROKES
Ages 10-12 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
What makes an artist an artist? Students
will learn a little art history while creating
art in the style of famous artists from
around the world. Students will explore
works of art from the KMA’s Higher
Ground: A Century of the Visual Arts in East
Tennessee and Currents: Recent Art from
East Tennessee and Beyond. A variety of
techniques will be presented to create
individual and unique masterpieces.
JUNE 8-19
WATERCOLOR FOR BEGINNERS
Ages 13 & up • 1-4pm
$170 Members/$200 Non-members
Students will spend time experimenting
with basic color mixing, blending, and
texture effects. No prior drawing or
painting experience is necessary. Basic
materials provided for use in class. Course
combines demonstrations, discussions
and individualized instruction.
JUNE 15-19
PUPPETS AND MASKS
CREATURE CREATIONS
Ages 3-4 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
What is the craziest creature you’ve
ever dreamed up? Students will use their
imaginations to create puppets and masks
from a wide range of materials. This
fun-filled week will foster confidence and
creativity in even the littlest artist.
NO STRINGS ATTACHED!
Ages 5-6 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will use their creative ideas
as well as a variety of media to explore
the art of puppetry and mask making.
Students will use papier mâché, sculpture
techniques, and much more to learn and
create unique puppets and masks from
around the world.
FACE IT! PUPPETS AND MASKS
Ages 7-9 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will learn about puppet and mask
traditions from around the world. Students
will sketch, design, and create their own
finger puppets, rod puppets, Chinese dragon
puppets, and Indonesian shadow puppets.
AFRICAN MASKS AND PUPPETRY
Ages 10-12 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Take a trip to Africa! Masks and puppets
have been used throughout the African
continent in many diverse contexts such
as masquerades, festivals, and traditional
rituals. During this session, students will
be encouraged to come up with their
own African mask stories and designs.
They will also be constructing their own
decorated masks using armature building
and papier mâché techniques.
JUNE 22-26
RECYCLED ART
SMALL STEPS TO SAVE THE PLANET
Ages 3-4 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will explore the natural world
to find eco-friendly inspiration through
clay, cardboard, recycled and found
objects. Students will create functional
and decorative masterpieces of all shapes
and sizes that make their footprint on the
world an artsy one.
FROM TRASH TO TREASURES
Ages 5-6 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will learn how to make unique
works of art by thinking outside of the box.
Each eco-friendly recycled art project can
be made with materials found around the
house, or items that are usually thrown
away. Egg cartons, old t-shirts, and broken
jewelry can all turn into works of art
with a little effort and imagination. The
possibilities are endless!
UPCYCLED IMAGINARIUM
Ages 7-9 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
How many ways can you use a gallon jug?
Maybe it’s a lunch box, or a mask, or a
penny bank. What can you create using
recycled materials and the imagination?
ANYTHING! Students will discover the
many (re)uses of water bottles, create
just about anything with plastic bags, and
imagine a world where recycling rules
supreme!
RECYCLEMANIA
Ages 10-12 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Green is the new Black. Students will make
a graphic statement when using recycled
materials to create printed masterpieces.
JUNE 22-JULY 3
STREET ART
Ages 13 & up • 1-4pm
$170 Members/$200 Non-members
Students will challenge the idea of what
is art and explore the underground world
of street art across the globe. Learn the
motivations of street artists and express
your own political, social, and personal
views through your own graffiti, posters,
stencil art, and street installations.
FOLLOW US ON TWITTER
@knoxart
JUNE 29- JULY 3
ILLUSTRIOUS
ILLUSTRATORS
STORYTIME ART
Ages 3-4 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Travel to Storyland where books end and
students story begins, where imaginations
are unleashed and students leap into a
world full of adventure! Budding Caldecott
Illustrators will discover the connections
between art and literature taking a cue
from childhood favorites like Eric Carle,
Dr. Seuss, and Maurice Sendak.
A CARTOON A DAY KEEPS THE
DOCTOR AWAY
Ages 5-6 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Cartoons are one of the best parts of
being a kid! Students will jump into a week
filled with their favorite cartoons from
SpongeBob and Dora to Ninja Turtles.
Learn the art of cartooning.
CARTOONING FUN
Ages 7-9 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Funny skillz! Become a cartoonist.
Students will draw Japanese anime and
manga, develop crazy characters and
stories. Students will create a joke book
and look at the world upside down with a
humorous eye.
THE ART OF BOOKMAKING
Ages 10-12 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Using books as a starting point, students
will recreate and then create their own
illustrated book to take home. From
Accordion Books to Altered Books…to
Bookbinding and Beyond!
“LIKE” THE MUSEUM
ON FACEBOOK
JULY 6-10
FULL STEAM AHEAD
(Science, Technology, Engineering,
Art and Math)
ARTSPLOSIONS!
Ages 3-4 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Eek, boom, splash! Homemade goos, and
plants that just dye to be different make
their way into this artful science class.
Art and science join hands in making fun
and educational students artful science
experiments.
ARTLAB AGES
Ages 5-6 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will grab a paintbrush and test
tubes as they mix science and art through
creative experiments in our studio/lab.
Budding art-scientists will make erupting
art; learn about chromatography, students
will create their own snowballs, and so
much more. Results of our investigations
will be phenomenal!
Family Fun Day - Back to School Celebration
SATURDAY, AUGUST 22 • 11am–3pm • FREE
The Knoxville Museum of Art invites children, parents, and
teachers to celebrate “Back to School” at Family Fun Day.
Come enjoy live music and dance performances, fun hands on
learning, storytelling and fun art activities. Refreshments will be
for sale. Family Fun Day is free thanks to the generous sponsor.
THE ART AND SCIENCE OF
ARCHITECTURE
Ages 7-9 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
How do buildings stand up? Why don’t
bridges collapse? Students will answer
these questions and many more through
an investigative, hands-on, approach
to learning about engineering and
architecture in the built environment.
Through constructing their own buildings,
bridges, towers, and domes, and
hearing from professional engineers and
architects, students will be challenged
to experiment with different materials
and engineer the unexpected. The
session culminates with a presentation
of student’s creations and exploration
of the forces at work in many common
structures.
THE SHOULDERS OF GIANTS:
PYTHAGORAS, LEONARDO, GALILEO,
NEWTON, EINSTEIN
Ages 10-12 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
“If I have seen further,” wrote Isaac
Newton, “it is by standing on the shoulders
of giants.” Students will have the
opportunity to ‘see farther’ by integrating
art and science as they carry out projects
inspired by the ‘giants’ of science. Projects
will include: creating collages that prove
the Pythagorean theorem, building
Leonardo’s ‘perspectograph’ to aid
perspective drawing, crafting chiaroscuro
lunar landscapes, experimenting with
Newton’s laws while illustrating a personal
Principia Mathematica, and fabricating wire
and bead models that depict how gravity
affects light.
JULY 6-17
CURVED SPACES
Ages 13 & up • 1-4pm
$170 Members/$200 Non-members
In this class students will discover basic
geometric notions and put them into
practice by designing their own tiles and
printmaking techniques, similar to MC
Escher’s tessellations. Students will have
open discussions about curvature and
curved geometries.
Visit the KMA’s
Gift Shop with your
young artist for fun
art activities and
supplies.
JULY 13-17
AROUND THE WORLD/
ART EXPLORERS
LITTLE ADVENTURERS
Ages 3-4 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Get ready to discover art from around the
world! Students will explore traditional
folk art techniques from Africa, South
America, North America, Australia
(and more). Students will make cool
multicultural creations as they learn more
about the world around them.
AROUND THE WORLD IN FIVE DAYS
Ages 5-6 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will view art from Africa, South
America, Mexico, India, and the United
States and create Mbuti Bark Cloth
Paintings, Colorful Toucans, Mexican Tin
Ornaments, and Native American Totem
Poles using a variety of mediums.
ART OF THE ANCIENTS
Ages 7-9 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students can imagine one day being a
20,000 year old Paleolithic artist painting
on the cave walls of France and Spain.
The next day students may be an ancient
Sumerian scribe writing in cuneiform
on clay tablets or an Egyptian trained
in writing hieroglyphics. Students can
imagine will traveling to China, 100 AD, to
make your own paper and Japan to write
in the ancient art of Calligraphy (shodo:
“the way of writing”).
ART EXPLORERS
Ages 10-12 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will make their own passports
and travel to a new country each day.
Students will explore the culture, food and
animals of each place and make drawings,
paintings and sculptures from what they
find. From Lascaux cave paintings to the
Great Pyramids of Egypt and beyond,
students will put on their imagination caps
and travel around the globe. Students
will track their exploration in their art
journal as they explore history and culture
through art!
JULY 20-24
SCULPTURE
CLAY PLAY
Ages 3-4 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Young students love the feel of clay in
their hands and creating something that is
their own. Students will play while learning
new skills such as stamping, painting,
poking, and cutting. Students will love the
experience as they dive into the process of
making ceramics without making a mess
at home!
SCULPTURE MANIA!
Ages 5-6 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Delve into three-dimensional art. Students
will experiment with sculpting techniques
and tools to assemble, carve, craft, and
model a variety of sculpted art. Inspired
by contemporary sculptors and their work,
students will use clay, fabric, paper, found
objects, and more.
SCULPTURE WOW!
Ages 7-9 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Build it! Become a sculptor. Students will
scale up with papier mâché, wire and
found objects. Students will make action
figures, exciting animals and fancy mobiles.
INVENTOR’S STUDIO
Ages 10-12 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Student inventors will transform her or
his 2-D ideas into 3-D sculpture made
of wood, clay, wire, and mixed media.
Students will be inspired by old and new
masters and their artwork, like Alexander
Calder’s mobiles and Richard Jolley’s Cycle
of Life. Explore new materials and learn
how to put them together in the amazing
world of three-dimensional art.
FOLLOW US ON
INSTAGRAM @KNOXART
JULY 20-31
FANTASY ILLUSTRATION
Ages 13 & up • 1-4pm
$170 Members/$200 Non-members
Cartoons, Comics, and Fantasies…they
all come from someone’s imagination!
Students will design their own charactersdeveloping the dynamics of the face, the
art of exaggeration, and body construction.
JULY 27-31
SIZZLING SUMMER
SAMPLER
POUND, PAINT, PRINT
Ages 3-4 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will pound clay, paint “en plein
air” (“in the open air”), and print out
of variety of materials. Students will
learn how to make prints out of unusual
materials and lots of other “messy” fun.
THAT’S ARTRAGEOUS! PLAYFUL AND
EXPERIMENTAL ART
Ages 5-6 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will enjoy a fun-filled week
experimenting with all kinds of materials.
Paint, mix-up your own dough, make pasta
sculptures and go on scavenger hunts
through the galleries.
MIXED MEDIA
Ages 7-9 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Sculpture, printmaking, collage and clay
will be used in this exciting class. As the
next generation of young artists, students
will have an opportunity to try their hand
at a variety of different media.
MUSEUM SLEUTH
Ages 10-12 • 9am-12pm
$85 Members/$100 Non-members
Students will begin each day deciphering
clues that will lead them on a search
through the museum for a specific piece
of artwork. The art project for the day
will then be designed around what they
have uncovered! Whacky folk art, unusual
faces, 3-D art and more!
Thank you to our Sponsors
The Knoxville Museum of Art would like to thank the following donors for providing scholarships to allow
children across our community to attend classes at Summer Art Academy. Their support improves classes
for today’s students, adds special programming and activities, and helps keep class tuition in reach of the
average family.
PRESENTING SPONSOR
LEAD SPONSORS
ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
Ann and Steve Bailey
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Stephanie Balest
Katherine Banner
Virginia Buffum
Kim and Alan Ciukowski
Cindy and John Compton
Tyler and Vee Congleton
Allison Easterday
Tamera Easterday
Rita and Sanford Edlein
Jayne and Myron Ely
Susan and Kent Farris
Ann and Dick Goldstine
Arlene Goldstine
Hunter and Teresa Harrison
Susan and Bob Hawthorne
Lane Hays
June and Rob Heller
Susan and Lee Hyde
Gail Jarvis
Donna Kerr
Bob Lederer
Allison and Reid Lederer
Kay and Larry Leibowitz
Sandy and John Lucas
Gay and Bill Lyons
Delores Mitchell
Rhonda Moody
Hei and Stanley Park
Sylvia and Jan Peters
Lisa and David Reath
Arleen Vincent and Alex Rodriquez
Brian and Diana Salesky
Julia Schriver
Dr. Alan Solomon and Andrea Cartwright
Dorothy and Caesar Stair
Brittany and Troy Trondson
Shane Tymon
Twuanna Munroe Ward
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PAID
Permit No. 158
Knoxville, TN
1050 World’s Fair Park Drive
Knoxville, TN 37916-1653
2015
Summer
Art Academy
THE ROTARY CLUB OF KNOXVILLE and the
KMA GUILD are generously sponsoring
scholarships to KMA’s 2015 Summer Art Academy.
These scholarships provide the opportunity for
students to participate at no cost. The scholarship
covers 100% of the expenses involved in attending
(with the exception of transportation).
A limited number of full and partial scholarships
are available for students demonstrating financial
need. Parents/guardian must fill out an application
and submit proof of income. Applications are
processed on a first-come, first-served basis. The
number of scholarships is based on available funds
and may be limited. The scholarship award is
NOT confirmed until parents/guardian had
received the confirmation letter from the
Knoxville Museum of Art.
The Knoxville Museum of Art celebrates the art and artists of East Tennessee, presents new art and new ideas, serves and educates diverse
audiences, and enhances Knoxville’s quality of life. The museum is located in downtown Knoxville at 1050 World’s Fair Park Drive and is open to
the public Tuesday through Saturday 10 am–5 pm, and Sunday 1–5 pm. Admission and parking are free.
2015 Summer Art Academy Registration Form (Please Print)
Student’s Name: ______________________________________________________________________________ Age ____________ DOB ____ /______ /______
Parent/Guardian’s Name: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Address: _______________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
City/State: __________________________________________________________________________ Zip: _____________________________________________
Phone:(Home) ____________________________________ (Work) _____________________________________ (Cell) _________________________________
E-mail ________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
School Student Attends: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Are you a member of the Knoxville Museum of Art?  Yes  No
Class Title
Start Date
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Payment Type (check one):  Visa  Mastercard  American Express  Discover  Cash  Check/Money Order
Account Number __________________________________________________________________ Exp. Date: _____________ Security Code: _______________
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Billing Address if different from above: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________
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Payment Options Make checks/money orders payable to the Knoxville Museum of Art. Mail to the Knoxville Museum of Art, 1050 World’s Fair
Park Drive, Knoxville, TN 37916 to the attention of Rosalind R. Martin. Do not send cash through the mail.
Cancellations and Refunds Occasionally classes are canceled. In such cases, the full class fee will be refunded, either by check or credit card
depending on your form of payment. If parents must cancel, a full refund is possible until the Friday before the first day of class.
Waiting Lists You may request to be placed on a waiting list. Parent will be notified in the order that they were added to the waitlist.
PRESENTING SPONSOR
ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
1050 World’s Fair Park Drive
Knoxville, TN 37916
www.knoxart.org
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2015 Summer Art Academy Scholarship Program (PLEASE PRINT)
The 2015 Summer Art Academy Scholarships program is generously sponsored by Rotary Club of Knoxville and The Guild of the Knoxville
Museum of Art. A limited number of full and partial scholarships is available for students demonstrating financial need. Parents/guardian
must fill out the scholarship application and attach proof of income. Applications are processed on a first-come, first-served basis. The number
of scholarships is based on available funds and may be limited. Please feel free to call the Knoxville Museum of Art’s Education Department at
865.523.6349 or email [email protected] if you have any questions. I hope you take advantage of this fantastic opportunity.
Student’s name: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
School Student Attends: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Student’s age: ____________________ DOB ____________ /____________ /____________
Parent’s name: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Address: _________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
City, State, Zip: ____________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Home phone: _____________________________________________________ Cell phone: ____________________________________________________
E-mail: ___________________________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Have you received a scholarship from KMA before? Yes ________________ No ___________________
Family income in 2014: $_________________________________ Number of people in household: __________________________
How did you hear about our financial aid program? _______________________________________________________________________________
Race/Ethnic Origin: ______________________________________________________________________________________________________________
Class preference – please note: placement cannot be guaranteed
Class Title ___________________________________________________________________________ Class Dates ______________________________
Class Title ___________________________________________________________________________ Class Dates ______________________________
Parent/Guardian Signature ______________________________________________________________________ Date ____________________________
Mail completed application to: Knoxville Museum of Art2015 Summer Art Academy Scholarship Program,1050 World’s Fair Park
Drive,Knoxville, TN 37916
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ADDITIONAL SPONSORS
1050 World’s Fair Park Drive
Knoxville, TN 37916
www.knoxart.org
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