Middle School Artists



Students will receive visual arts instruction in various forms, particularly drawing and painting. In addition to learning professional techniques and experimenting with new media, the class will follow the entire artistic process from initial sketches to final works, from artist statement to public presentation. Selected media may include watercolor, ink, colored pencil, etc.

With an illustrative bend, the course emphasizes visual storytelling. Students will create works that communicate their ideas, experiences, and personal styles within an encouraging, inspiring environment.

Meet teacher and artist, Christina Gregor

Overzealous dog mom and tinkerer, Christina Gregor, holds a Bachelors of Fine Arts with an emphasis in printmaking from Webster University as well as a Master of Fine Arts in studio art from Northern Illinois University. Her prints, paintings, and sordid curiosities have been exhibited nationally. The desire to awaken & enliven similarly boundless expression in others lead her to a career as a visual arts instructor. She has worked for multiple collegiate institutions in the Midwest with a focus primarily on introductory level art courses for art majors. Christina and her partner, Isaiah, reside in St. Ann, Missouri with their dog, Davey.

When: *Classes will begin later in September. Saturday classes will run from 1:00-3:30.
Sep 22•Sep 29•Oct 13•Oct 27•Nov 3•Nov 10•Dec 1•Dec 15•Jan 5•Jan 19•Feb 2•Feb 16•Mar 2•Mar 30•Apr 13•Apr 27•May 4•May 11

Where: Classes will be held on the campus of Saint Louis University.

Cost: $300 for nine classes and $550 for 18 classes (see “Deep Dive”)












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