Saturday Art School provides an opportunity for children to experience visual arts instruction in supportive, small group settings. Activities involve basic artistic processes and are designed around a new theme each term. The program is part of the IU School of Education Teacher Education Program, with sessions taught by Art Education students and supervised by Esra Ibil and Jessie Grubb.
Saturday Art School
Student Services Coordinator
Spring 2023 Program
The program will take place over seven Saturdays* from 10-11:30 am:
- February 25
- March 4
- March 11
- March 25
- April 1
- April 8
- April 15
PLUS an Exhibition and Open House on April 29 from 10:30-11:30 a.m.
*No class on March 18 or April 22
Children in each course will explore a range of different art materials and may experience techniques such as drawing, painting, printmaking, collage, and sculpture. We offer engaging age-appropriate projects that encourage children to both create and talk about artworks.
The cost of the program is $35.00 per child and includes all materials. A limited number scholarships are available. Contact Daniel Theus at (812) 856-1794 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Parents and Guardians must escort children to classrooms at the start of class and pick children up from classrooms afterward. We cannot permit children to be dropped off or picked up outside the building. Parking is available at the Jordan Avenue Parking Garage.
Saturday Art School is part of the IU School of Education Teacher Education Program. Sessions are taught by Art Education students and supervised by Esra Ibil and Jessie Grubb.
For any refund, notification must be made to IU in writing.
We will provide a full refund if you contact us by 11:59pm EST on Monday, February 27, 2023. After that time, no refunds will be issued.
No refunds will be given due to canceling for inclement weather. Rather instruction will shift to online for all children that week and ZOOM information will be sent via email that Saturday morning.
Our goal is to build a positive learning community for all children. To achieve this goal, it is important that ALL children respect each other’s space, ideas, and materials. Therefore, if a child’s behavior is preventing the class from developing a positive and supportive learning environment we will contact parents/guardians to discuss options about continuing with the session.