Union University Community Art Program

Registration Form (.pdf)
Winter/Spring 2015 Schedule

Summer 2015
"Creative Learning and Thinking"
(Students entering Grades One - High School)

This summer young art students will enjoy a great opportunity to explore artistic process from concept to product. All age levels will experience hands on art making exploring critical thinking challenges. A variety of art forms and materials will be used. Various class activities will include paper sculpture, collecting, drawing, painting, and a group project. Age appropriate curriculum will incorporate visits to our campus art gallery as well as outdoor sculpture installations.

Classes are taught by professional artists and teachers and are taught in the Department of Art. Tuition includes all materials.

  • June 29 - July 2 (M-TH)
    • Entering Grades 1-3
      Mornings 10:00 a.m. – Noon
      Tuition: $160.00
    • Entering Grades 4-7
      Afternoons 1–3:30 p.m.
      Tuition: $180.00
  • July 6 - 9 (M-TH)
    • Entering Grades 1-3
      Mornings 10:00 a.m. – Noon
      Tuition: $160.00
    • Entering Grades 8-12
      Afternoons 1–3:30 p.m.
      Tuition: $180.00

The Community Art Program:

  • Is committed to excellence in education in the fine arts.
  • Provides a stimulating and supportive learning environment.
  • Offers a new way of seeing and exploring the world around us.
  • Strives to build skills and confidence while nurturing the creativity of each student.
  • Promotes visual and multi-cultural literacy though hands-on experiences combined with visits to our campus gallery, on-site sculptures and artistís studios.

We Offer:

  • Weekly classes with focus in one genre using both traditional and contemporary approaches.
  • Saturday programs and workshops.
  • Summer Programs with week-long workshops filled with creativity and artistic learning using various media.

Workshops and classes for Pre-school students age 3-4, Kindergarten through High School and Adults are taught under the guidance of professional artists and teachers. For more information call Debra Tayloe at 731-661-5076.