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1 COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN YOUTH PROGRAMS A CREATIVE WAY TO SPEND YOUR SATURDAYS PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAM FOR HIGH SCHOOL YOUNG ADULTS YOUNG ARTISTS WORKSHOP FOR STUDENTS GRADES 1 8 FALL 2014 & SPRING 2015 SATURDAY CLASSES

2 Contents Benefits Offered to Youth Programs Students 2 Pre-College Programs for High School Young Adults 4 Pre-College Classes for High School Young Adults 6 Young Artists Workshop for 1st 8th Grade Students 10 General Information 14 Registration Form 17 INSPIRIN the artistic potential in all youth in an exciting and challenging visual arts college environment. Cover Artwork: Carly Teitelbaum, Pre-College Student Photo: David Rizzio. Catalog design by DKSHIELDS

3 DISCOVER AND GROW YOUR CREATIVITY The youth experience at Moore College of Art & Design is characterized by fun, stimulating new challenges to learn and grow. Our students discover and nurture their creativity in a beautiful campus setting along the picturesque Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The College s Youth Programs, founded in 1921, continue a rich legacy of providing high-quality art and design educational experiences. G Boys and girls, and young men and women in grades 1 12 can enroll in an array of courses, including Animation, Ceramics, Computer Graphics, Drawing, Fashion Design, Fine Arts, Gaming Design, Illustration, Photography and Portfolio Preparation. Make Moore your destination for fun and creativity. Please contact us for course suggestions, to schedule a campus visit or for additional information at or Sincerely, Natalie Payne Co-Director, Continuing Education Amanda White Youth Programs Coordinator Youth Programs 1

4 Experience the Benefits Moore s Youth Programs Offer: Small studio classes Faculty who teach in Moore s BFA programs or are Moore alumni, practicing artists, designers and certified art educators Flexible schedule of morning and/or afternoon courses Formal and informal feedback for all students Off-site trips to arts and cultural attractions A campus located in Philadelphia s beautiful museum district on The Parkway Easy accessibility - a one to three block walk from SEPTA and regional rail lines Discounted Center City parking on Saturdays 2 Register Now: Contact us at or Photo: David Rizzio.

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6 PRE-COLLEGE PROGRAMS for High School Young Adults NEW Pre-College Collective Sessions Saturday pizza lunch sessions for 8th 12th grade students to meet artists and designers working in a variety of fields such as animation, gaming, fashion, graphic design, photography, fine arts and more. Students get college and career advice and learn about the business of design. High School Certificate Programs Art & Design and Fashion Design Certificate programs are available for high school young adults. To earn the certificate you will need to enroll in the program and pay a one-time enrollment fee of $25. Take five classes within the desired certificate area within three years and you will receive special recognition from Moore College of Art & Design. Portfolio Information and Reviews Not sure how to prepare your portfolio for your art school applications? Portfolio Dos and Don ts presentations are offered each semester and include examples of Admissions student work and digital portfolio presentation tips. A question and answer session follows each presentation and you will have an opportunity to sign up for a portfolio review to receive individualized feedback. Work-Study Leadership Program Apply for the high School Work Study Leadership program and develop skills as a classroom or office assistant in exchange for full-tuition, covering the cost for ONE three-hour class. 4 Register Now: Contact us at or Photo: Karl Seifert, karlsportfolio.com

7 Summer Art & Design Institute (SADI) Young women who have completed their sophomore, junior or senior year of high school may attend the Summer Art & Design Institute, a residential four-week summer pre-college program. Benefits of SADI include: Focused attention on a specialized area of interest: Animation & Illustration, Fashion Design, Fine Arts: Painting & Printmaking, or Photography. The development of finished work for a student s formal college admission portfolio. Exposure to the vibrant and exciting larger arts community in Philadelphia. 3.0 college credits upon successful completion of the program. NEW Moore College BFA Scholarship Programs for Young Women Any young woman who has completed her 10th or 11th year of high school and enrolls in at least two Pre-College Youth Programs classes during her 10th or 11th grade year will be awarded a $1,500 scholarship upon acceptance in full-time enrollment at Moore College of Art & Design. The scholarship is renewable for a maximum of $6,000. Annual High School Artists Exhibition All High School students may submit artwork for the annual spring artist exhibition. The exhibition is on view at The Galleries at Moore and students are invited to a special opening reception. Pre-College Programs 5

8 Pre-College CLASSES HIGH FOR SCHOOL Students Classes support students portfolio development and foundation in the arts. 6 Register Now: Contact us at or

9 Choose a Saturday morning session from and/or an afternoon session from. Fall Semester: October 11 December 20, Spring Semester: February 7 April 18, Pre-College High School Students MORNING 9 AM 12 PM Portfolio Preparation Saturdays, Fall and Spring Semesters Course Code: YFA033 Tuition $380 Are you a student interested in building a portfolio for college admissions review? Then this class focusing on observational drawing skills like still-life drawing and portraiture as well as presentation skills is for you. Fashion Essentials Boot Camp Saturdays, Fall and Spring Semesters Course Code: YFD037 Tuition $380 Learn introductory elements of fashion industry terminology, designers and styles in this exciting course. After learning basic fashion elements students move on to forecasting upcoming fashion trends through fun street style assignments. End the course with hands on basic sewing skills as you combine all you have learned to construct a simple garment. A great introduction to Moore College s fashion program. Drawing Foundation Course Code: YFA041 Tuition $380 Develop perceptual and pictorial skills that will further your art and design study. You will learn vital concepts of line, value, gesture, composition and perspective through basic drawing techniques and materials. Digital Photography Course Code: YPDA030 Tuition $435 Discover the elements and principles used in making photographs rather than just taking photographs! Learn the settings and functions of your digital cameras, shooting techniques and Adobe Photoshop tools. You will also develop presentation and critique skills. Bring a digital camera to the first class. Raku Ceramics Course Code: YFA039 Tuition $435 Learn to create forms using wheel throwing and hand building techniques then fire your ceramic pieces using the exciting ancient Japanese process of raku, a quick procedure that results in a unique luster and surface. Fashion Concepts & Illustration Course Code: YFD022 Tuition $380 Develop a visual fashion collection through the exploration of history, trends and fashion designers. Start with a sketchbook to express your ideas then learn to illustrate the traditional fashion figure to create collection boards and finished portfolio illustrations. Urban Photography Course Code: YPDA026 Tuition $435 Techniques, skills and principles for finding and capturing the photographic mood of the moment will be your focus as you explore Philadelphia s many wonderful sites. Please bring a digital camera to the first class. Interior Design Course Code: YID020 Tuition $380 Design interior spaces through an overview of space planning, color selection, finding materials, furniture and lighting in addition to developing drawing skills. Sketch & Sculpture in Philadelphia Course Code: YFA062 Tuition $380 Be inspired by sketching at Philadelphia s cultural institutions such as the Rodin Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art, and Academy of Natural Sciences. Bring those sketches back to the studio and transform them into dynamic three-dimensional forms using traditional and non-traditional materials. Pre-College Classes for High School 7

10 Photo: David Rizzio. AFTERNOON 1 PM 4 PM Painting Studio Saturdays, Fall and Spring Semesters Course Code: YFA043 Tuition $380 Learn painting fundamentals of color and composition through a variety of techniques for still life, landscape, and abstract creations. Fashion Design & Construction I Saturdays, Fall and Spring Semesters Course Code: YFD023 Tuition $435 Develop pattern drafting skills by learning how to draft and adjust basic sloper patterns, fitting muslin or toile and choosing the right fabric for your garment. You and your classmates will show your finished garments in the Friends & Family Day Fashion Show. Fashion Restyle Course Code: YFD030 Tuition $380 Learn introductory hand and machine sewing to balance art and creativity in this garment construction class. Produce new garments from old and new materials like vintage clothing and recycled supplies to create one-ofa-kind pieces. Sewing experience is not necessary. Life Drawing Course Code: YFA034 Tuition $435 Develop strong composition and proportion skills through interpreting the human figure. Short drills will lead to longer poses and the development of more complete, detailed drawings. This class uses both nude and clothed models. Introduction to Web Design Course Code: YPDA036 Tuition $380 Learn the basic elements of web design, the software tools and coding skills. Through design layout and coding to content creation you will build a basic website. Programming experience is not necessary. Traditional Animation Course Code: YPDA024 Tuition $380 Learn the fundamentals of concept development, character design and storyboards as you make artistic choices to bring simple images to life. Establish pace, energy and timing as you develop your individual style of drawing and transform your ideas into cinematic action! 8 Register Now: Contact us at or

11 Not only did I have a good experience with the materials we used, but I liked meeting new people and developing connections. My teachers were great and I learned a lot. D. Seang, Pre-College Student Expressive Portraiture Course Code: YFA031 Tuition $435 Discover the proper methods to render realistic facial likeness and expressions. You will work with clothed models to further your observational and figurative drawing skills. Gaming Design Course Code: YPDA031 Tuition $380 Concept development, sketching, animation and basic programming are among the many skills you will develop for designing and building eye-catching, interactive games with the latest Web technologies. Introduction to Illustration Course Code: YIL024 Tuition $380 Develop illustration skills and learn to be a creative visual thinker while you work on the types of projects that contemporary illustrators practice: animated characters, children s books, movie storyboards, magazine covers and more. Digital Animation Course Code: YPDA035 Tuition $380 Make the transition from traditional hand-drawn animation techniques to the digital world using Adobe Flash and After Effects. A continued emphasis on concept and character development and storyboards will strengthen student skills. A great next step if you have taken traditional animation classes in the past. Advanced Fashion Design Studio Course Code: YFD037 Tuition $435 An open studio course for students that have completed basic sewing and flat patternmaking and would like to learn advanced construction skills. Students will have the opportunity to complete individual and unique projects with an emphasis on garment construction, draping and embellishment. This class has limited enrollment for individualized attention and includes a field trip to a local design studio. Students show their finished garments in the fashion show. Register early! Prerequisite: Basic Sewing and Fashion Design & Construction I. Pre-College Classes for High School 9

12 Young Artists Workshop COURSES FOR 1ST-8TH GRADE Students The instructor was attentive, energetic, responsive, engaged, enthusiastic, very talented, and supportive. This experience has sparked excitement in different art forms for my daughter. Four thumbs [way] up! K. Davis, Parent 10 Register Now: Contact us at or

13 Choose a Saturday morning session from and/or an afternoon session from. Fall Semester: October 11 December 20, Spring Semester: February 7 April 18, Classes for Grades 7-8 MORNING 9 AM 12 PM 3D Small Metals Studio Course Code: YFA063 Tuition $435 Design small sculptures and jewelry and see your creativity come to life in this metals studio class. Learn basic metalsmithing and the safe use of tools as you solder, saw, file and more to create your works. This class is open to all experience levels. Digital Art & Web Design Course Code: YID020 Tuition $435 Gain digital design fundamentals through the use of Adobe Creative Suites and Wacom tables while learning how to build your own dynamic website. Programming experience is not necessary. Introduction to Fashion Course Code: YFD038 Tuition $435 A fun, hands-on studio course introduction to the many facets of fashion. Explore fashion styling, illustration and basic sewing as well as design principles and career options. A great first step for aspiring fashionista s! AFTERNOON 1 PM 4 PM Drawing & Painting Philadelphia Saturdays, Fall and Spring Semesters Course Code: YFA026 Tuition $435 Develop your drawing and painting skills as well as an appreciation for the richness of Philadelphia s landscapes with visits to arts and cultural sites. Pencil, pen, ink, charcoal, watercolor and acrylic paint will be provided for creating initial sketches and expanding them into formal drawings and paintings in the studio. Drawing Anime & Manga Course Code: YIL023 Tuition $435 Expand your drawing skills in facial expression, figure drawing and creative costumes as you explore Japanese comics and print cartoons and learn the steps of making anime and manga. Courses for 1st 8th 11

14 Photo: Karl Seifert, karlsportfolio.com Choose a Saturday morning session from and/or an afternoon session from. Fall Semester: October 11 December 20, Spring Semester: February 7 April 18, Classes for Grades 4-6 MORNING 9 AM 12 PM Introduction to Printmaking Course Code: YFA064 Tuition $435 Create your own custom t-shirts, cards and more as you learn how to use printmaking tools and materials. Be inspired through field trips to develop your own patterns, themes and logos as you learn versatile printing techniques. Cartooning & Character Design Course Code: YIL025 Tuition $435 Students develop drawing skills while studying motion, sequence drawing and character design. Techniques such as perspective, composition, basic rendering and value are explored in this fun class. AFTERNOON 1 PM 4 PM Introduction to Drawing & Painting Course Code: YFA025 Tuition $435 Young artists explore a foundation of drawing and painting through a rich variety of tools and materials. Quick and fun sketches will lead to more focused artwork. Introduction to Drawing & Sculpture Course Code: YFA024 Tuition $435 Develop drawing skills in combination with creating sculptures. A variety of drawing media and building materials such as wood, clay, wire, plaster and recycled materials are incorporated. Fun with Coding Course Code: YPDA036 Tuition $435 Develop programming skills with practical hands on programming experience. Learn how software, apps and games are created as you develop your own projects. 12 Register Now: Contact us at or

15 Photo: Karl Seifert, karlsportfolio.com In-class art materials and field trips are provided for all 1st-8th grade students. Art projects vary each semester for continued creative exploration. Classes for Grades 1-3 MORNING 9 AM 12 PM AFTERNOON 1 PM 4 PM Art Box Adventures Course Code: YFA023 Tuition $435 Welcome to a world of creativity through twodimensional projects focused on drawing, painting, printmaking and more. Students are introduced to fundamental art principles in a fun and creative studio environment. World Art Course Code: YFA065 Tuition $435 Explore art from around the world. Young artists will create two and three-dimensional projects as they explore art from Latin America, Africa and Asia. Two & Three Dimensional Projects Course Code: YFA066 Tuition $435 Students will build confidence in basic art making skills through fun hands on drawing, painting, printmaking and sculpture activities. Art & Nature Discoveries Course Code: YFA021 Tuition $435 Study the outdoor world in search of birds, bugs, plants, and more in this fun, hands-on exploration of the intersecting worlds of art and nature. Then use your discoveries as inspiration for a variety of creative projects in the studio. Young artists will develop art and science awareness and be encouraged to explore a variety of media. Courses for 1st 8th 13

16 General Information CLASSES All classes are studio based and held in Moore s BFA class spaces. Flexible morning and afternoon classes are available. Students should plan to arrive approximately minutes before the start of class on the first day. ENROLLMENT Class size is kept small with an approximate maximum of 15 students. Courses may sell-out quickly so register early to guarantee availability. FACULTY Moore s BFA faculty, BFA alumni, certified art educators and practicing artists and designers teach our youth programs. Additionally, the Continuing Education department has dedicated professional staff for the Youth Programs, all with a background in art and education. For a complete listing of faculty and their scheduled youth course, please visit the Youth Programs section at FAMILY & FRIENDS DAY A fun-filled celebration of the accomplishments of our youth students! Parents, guardians and friends are invited on the last day of the semester to meet faculty and staff, visit classes, participate in art activities and more. ART SUPPLIES Art supplies are provided to students in 1-8 grade courses. Students in 9 12 grade courses are required to purchase supplies and will receive a list of supplies needed on the first day of class. High school students will need an additional $25 - $50 (approximately) for art supplies. CODE OF CONDUCT Students are expected to follow general behavior rules of being respectful of each other, the instructor and staff, as well as the College facility. Inappropriate behavior will not be tolerated and Moore reserves the right to dismiss students from class. Students dismissed from the program do not receive refunds. CLASS CHANGES AND CANCELLATIONS Moore College of Art & Design reserves the right to cancel courses, alter its curriculum, change instructors or modify tuition and fees for its programs. Portions of this publication are subject to change without notice. Courses that do not meet minimum enrollment will be cancelled and notification of such will be by phone and/or prior to the semester start date. All fees and tuition will be refunded within 2 to 4 weeks for any cancelled class. IMPORTANT DATES FALL SEMESTER Saturdays, October 11 December 20, 2014 Open House: Saturday, September 13, 2014, 12pm 3pm Registration Deadline: September 26 October 11: First Day of Class October 24: Last Day for Withdraw/ Tuition Refund December 20: Family & Friends Day SPRING SEMESTER Saturdays, February 7 April 18, 2015 Open House: Saturday, January 24, 2015, 12pm 3pm Registration Deadline: January 26 February 7: First Day of Class February 20: Last Day for Withdraw/ Tuition Refund April 18: Family & Friends Day CONTACT US: or twitter.com/mooreyouthart facebook.com/mooreyouthart Instagram.com/#mooreyouthart 14 Register Now: Contact us at or

17 A Creative College Campus Moore s vibrant Center City Philadelphia campus is located just off Logan Square on Benjamin Franklin Parkway. Many of our youth classes take advantage of Moore s location by including off-site trips to arts and cultural attractions at no additional cost. Additionally, youth classes take advantage of Aviator Park and Logan Square, both located across the street from Moore, by holding classes in these outdoor areas when the weather permits. Moore is a safe and manageable campus. Students can be dropped off in front of the College s main entrance on Race Street between 19th and 20th Streets where they will be greeted by College and youth programs staff. Students are dismissed from class and are instructed to wait in the College main lobby if they are being picked up. GETTING HERE Easy accessibility Moore is conveniently located within a one to three block walk from SEPTA and Suburban Station regional rail lines. Discounted Center City parking is available on Saturdays. On-street parking is available around our campus. General Information 15

18 Registration Information REGISTER EARLY! Enrollment is limited to maintain quality of instruction. Registrations are processed on first-come, first-served basis. Confirmation of registration is ed after receipt of registration. REGISTRATION IS EASY Payments are accepted by check, money order, Visa or MasterCard. Checks and money orders should be made payable to Moore College of Art & Design. Cash payments may be made in person. Partial payments cannot be accepted. Register By Mail: Moore College of Art & Design Office of Continuing Education 1916 Race Street Philadelphia, PA Register By Fax: For your security, the fax machine is private. Register By Scan and the completed registration form. Register By Phone: Monday - Friday, 9 am 5 pm Register In-Person: Monday Friday 9 am 5 pm Register Online: moore.edu/youth/register TUITION & FEES INFORMATION Tuition fees vary according to course and are listed under the course description. Registration fee: $45 Second course discount Reduced rate of $290 for second course is available only when registration for the first and second course in the same semester is paid in full without any additional discounts. PARTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE ONLINE A limited number of partial scholarships are available. Scholarship information and the scholarship form are available for download at moore.edu/youth. The scholarship form must be returned along with the completed registration form and payment at the time of registration. Scholarship applicants cannot register online. Scholarships cannot be redeemed after a registration form has been received and retroactive refunds are not processed. Early registration is strongly encouraged as scholarship funding is limited. TUITION REFUND & WITHDRAWAL POLICY Written notification of withdrawals or course changes must be submitted to the Office of Continuing Education via to or fax Tuition refunds are not given if a student does not officially withdraw from the course. Registration fees are not refundable. Tuition refunds are calculated according to the following schedule: 100% tuition refund before the first day of class 80% tuition refund before the second day of class 50% tuition refund before the third day of class No refunds after the third class Please allow 2 to 4 weeks for your tuition refund to be processed. 16 Register Now: Contact us at or

19 REGISTRATION FORM YOUTH PROGRAMS FALL 2014 / SPRING 2015 Moore College of Art & Design Phone: Office of Continuing Education Fax: Race Street Philadelphia, PA FOR OFFICE USE ONLY Rec Reg Dep Conf Student First Name Male Female Student Last Name Date of Birth School Grade Home Address City, State Zip Parent/Guardian Name Parent/Guardian Cell Phone Alternate Phone Emergency Contact Name Emergency Contact Phone Is this your 1st time registering for Youth Programs? Y N Where did you hear about our programs? Internet Catalog Friend Teacher Other Fall 2014 Spring 2015 Tuition AM Course PM Course Second Course discount provides a reduced rate. See page 16. Total Tuition $ Registration Fee $ TOTAL DUE $ Disclaimer & Photo Waiver: By registering with the Youth Programs, I agree that Moore College of Art & Design, the Youth Programs staff and faculty cannot be held liable for personal injury or damage to the registered students or their property. I am also aware that periodically, photographs or video may be taken of the registered student and their artwork for the purpose of promoting Moore s programming, showcasing the classroom atmosphere and exceptional student work. I agree that these images may be used on the Moore Web site, publications and all other forms of media without further approval or compensation. Those parents/guardians who do not wish for photos of the registered student or their artwork to be used must notify Youth Programs staff in writing no later than the 1st day of class. Form of payment (in full only) Check Money Order Visa MasterCard Card # Exp. Date Sec. Code Name on check/money order or credit card (please print) Please note if your child has permission to leave unaccompanied upon class dismissal. Y N List anyone other than the parent/guardian or emergency contact that is authorized to pick up your child. Only authorized adults will be allowed to pick up. Authorized Pick Up Name Phone Number Authorized Pick Up Name Phone Number Registration Form 17

20 Moore College of Art & Design Continuing Education 20th Street and The Parkway Philadelphia, PA Discover College at any age with Moore s Youth Programs Join us for the Youth Programs Open House Fall: Saturday, September 13, 2014 Spring: Saturday, January 24, 2015 Phone Fax moore.edu Photo: Karl Seifert, karlsportfolio.com NON-PROFIT ORGANIZATION US POSTAGE PAID PHILADELPHIA, PA PERMIT NO. 501

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