Art Exposure Program
for Grades 1-12
Art Exposure at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Arts is a great way to include the visual arts in your homeschool curriculum. Utilizing the collection and exhibitions at JCSM, students learn how to talk about, make, display, and debate art. Meeting once a month, students will cover topics including drawing, painting, sculpture, philanthropic giving, historical context, framing and hanging, and archival methods.
Both terms are recommended, if possible, to get the most out of this series which will culminate in a spring homeschool art show.
Registration is required.
Cost: $15 per child, per semester, $30 per family (enroll two children, and the rest are free, must be siblings).
Dates: 2nd Thursdays
Fall 2013 Term:
Spring 2014 term:
1st - 5th Grades 10:00am-11:30am
6th-12th Grades 1:00pm-2:30pm
Direct questions to and register with Nancy Melkerson (firstname.lastname@example.org) through September 10 for the fall term and through Jan 7 for the spring term. Make check payable to JCSM and bring to first class.