Artist’s Apprentice Workshop for Kids
featuring artist and art educator Bee DoubleHue
Feb. 24, 2:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Cost: $15 per child (ages 5 to 14)
SORRY, REGISTRATION IS CLOSED!
All participants in the workshop are invited to be a part of the Kid’s Only exhibition March 3 from 2 to 4 p.m.!
Let your kids learn art from a pro! Join us Feb. 24 for our first Artist’s Apprentice Workshop for Kids. In this workshop, your child will get to spend quality time with a practicing professional artist/art educator. This workshop will be divided into three main parts. The first will focus on image creation, teaching kids of all ages how to create more complex images out of basic shapes. They will not only learn about image creation, but they will get the opportunity to practice what they are learning with hands-on direction from Bee. The second part of the workshop will be a time of snacks and a few games to spark their creativity. Our third and final part of the workshop children will learn about Impressionism and how to create their images with an impressionistic style.
Each child will create at least one image to take home with them and another that they can have shown in our very own Kid’s Exhibition! The Kid’s Exhibition will be on March 3 from 2 to 4 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend the exhibition. It is free and open to all who want to come. Support local artists, especially the tiniest ones!
Bee DoubleHue aka Brendon Williams is an OKC native and graduate of OKCU with a bachelor degree in Studio Art. Bee Currently is the Visual Art Educator at Douglass Mid-Highschool in Oklahoma City. His artistic forte is photorealistic graphite drawings and painting portraitures. The visual arts are his lifelong passion and he enjoys sharing that passion with others. He is a member of the artist support group and a general band of mischievous creative vagabonds, the Intentionalists. Currently, all of Brendon’s time is focussed on chasing his incredibly adorable son, Oliver. Together with his wife Martha, son Oliver, and their two dogs Freddie and Dewey they reside in OKC.