Wednesday, May 13, 2015

Art Teacher Workshop.....Mask Making and Zentangle

All on one day! Come celebrate the end of school with 2 wonderful, fun workshops Mask Making and Basic Zentangle. And received 6 recertification points!!!!

Maskmaking for Elementary Level and / or Zentangle
with Lee Darter June 13, 2015- Two Sessions,
Join us for One or Both Cedar Point Elementary 12601 Braemar Pkwy, Bristow, VA 20136

10am-12pm- Mask Making at the Elementary Level The indigenous Costa Rican tribe Boruca is known for its ornately carved and vibrantly painted wooden masks. The masks come in many different varieties and styles, but authentic Boruca masks demonstrate an expert craft, passed down for centuries. We will create our own Boruca mask with cardboard and clay. Free for VAEA members and $5 for non-members We will order lunch from Tony New York Pizza: or you may pack your own. 1pm-5pm- Basic Zentangle The Zentangle Method is an easy-to-learn, relaxing, and fun way to create beautiful images by drawing structured meditative patterns. This is an empowering and uplifting experience; you can deliberately relax and intentionally direct your attention while creating beautiful works of art. As you practice the Zentangle Method you will discover increased focus and a change in mood and state of mind. All supplies will be provided -If you would like to buy your own Zentangle pen kit to work with in class and take home the cost is $25 and the fee will be waived. Free for VAEA members and $5 for non-members Instructor: Lee Darter is the Elementary art teacher at Cedar Point Elementary Bristow, VA in PWC. Lee has been teaching elementary art for 20 years and is also an instructor at the Workhouse in Lorton and at the Candy Factory in Manassas. In addition, Lee writes lesson plans for classroom teachers for the Surkura and Zentangle companies to include in their Zentangle kits. She holds a BFA in Advertising design and a M.Ed in Art Education. Lee specializes in Paper Mache, bookbinding, Zentangle and Mixed Media art. Lee Darter's Art

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