This course is designed for children ages 8-11. Students will learn how to create their own animations using Scratch, a visual programming language. They will learn more about coding while expressing their creativity. Laptop, desktop or tablet is required.
This course is designed for adults and children ages 12-18. Python is currently one of the most popular programming languages. This course will teach the basics of python and how to build your own projects using it. No prior coding experience required. Laptop or desktop is required. Each workshop will be recorded and posted online.
Live Zoom art workshop for children and families. This program will be held entirely online through Zoom. Please register/confirm till 2 PM on November 4th, 2020 to office@ sitenf.org with your email address to receive the log on information to this program.
This art workshop is great for everyone, regardless of experience. The program is designed so that people of any age can participate and enjoy it. Adults, small children, tweens, and seniors will draw or paint aerial views of tulip fields in the Netherlands. This will be such a great inspiration — shouldn’t we design flower gardens in Yonkers? Later we will combine all the designs into one large aerial view of flower gardens.
FREE ART WORKSHOPS: This project is made possible, in part, through the Putnam Arts Council’s Arts Link Grant Program, with public funds provided from Putnam County.
Thank you to Brewster Public Library for organizing and hosting the 2020 art workshop series.
“Line printing is a process for creating lines that makes use of a simple printmaking technique. Using the line tool, children have control over their marks and often find that they are able to print structures before they can actually draw them.
A line becomes a tool for thinking when it is used to discover the beginnings of writing, reading, mathematics and design”. —C.W.Topal
Free art workshops supported by NYSCA, ArtsWestchester and Recreation Department of Port Chester Village.
Arts Alive Artist Grants are made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program (DEC), a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the NYS Legislature and administered by ArtsWestchester.
This program receives funding through charitable contributions and through grants provided by the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program and administered by the Putnam Arts Council. Putnam County Public Libraries provide space and coordination.