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Clement Art Classes

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Clement Art Classes

Art Instruction for Kids

Clement Art Classes — a place for kids, ages 6 and up, to discover the joy of art. Kids will develop the skills they need to express themselves and reflect the beauty of the world around us.

Clement Art Classes are open to all children in the community. Proceeds from classes help support local adoption. Children in foster care are invited to attend tuition free.



Spring 2023 Art Schedule:
January 16 - March 10
March 13 - May 12

Spring registration will open Thursday, December 8.


Pottery (ages 6-9)
(8-week course from Jan 23 - Mar 20)
*CLASS IS FULL. Please email amelia@clement-arts.org to be placed on our waiting list.

Monday 5:00-6:00 pm
Instructor: Addie Newcomer

Pottery (ages 6-9)
(8-week course from Jan 23 - Mar 20)

Monday 6:00-7:00 pm
Instructor: Addie Newcomer

Artistic Sewing (ages 10-18)
(8-week course from Jan 17 - Mar 7)

*Prerequisite - completed Machine Sewing course
Tuesday 5:30-7:00 pm
Instructors: Edwina Hollingsworth & Raven Henderson

Hand Stitching 1 (ages 7+)
(8-week course from Jan 17 - Mar 7)

Tuesday 6:00-7:00 pm
Instructor: Amanda Newman

Art Business Homeschool (ages 10-18)
(8-week course from Jan 19 - Mar 9)

Thursday 9:30-10:30 am
Instructor: Raven Henderson

Art Business (ages 10-18)
(8-week course from Jan 19 - Mar 9)

Thursday 6:00-7:00 pm
Instructor: Raven Henderson

Advanced Stitching Homeschool (ages 8+)
(8-week course from Jan 19 - Mar 9)
Friday 10:45-11:45 am
Instructor: Amanda Newman

Pinterest Designs (ages 7-12)
(8-week course from Mar 14 - May 9)

Tuesday 6:00-7:00 pm
Instructor: Amanda Newman

Pinterest Designs Homeschool (ages 7+)
(8-week course from Mar 17 - May 12)

Friday 10:45-11:45 am
Instructor: Amanda Newman

Acrylics Homeschool (ages 10-18)
(8-week course from Mar 16 - May 11)

Thursday 9:30-10:30 am
Instructor: Raven Henderson

Acrylics (ages 10-18)
(8-week course from Mar 16 - May 11)

Thursday 6:00-7:00 pm
Instructor: Raven Henderson

Poetry Forms (ages 10-18)
(8-week course from Mar 16 - May 11)

Thursday 6:00-7:00 pm
Instructor: Brad Jiles

SPRING SEMESTER
*Class will not be held the following dates for holidays:
Monday, January 16
Monday, February 20
Monday, April 3 - Friday, April 7


Location:
Westminster Campus
2303 Double Churches Road
Columbus, GA 31909


Fees & Registration

Registration/Supplies Fee (per student): $25
Registration fee must be paid for child’s name to appear on class roster. Registration fee is nonrefundable. An invoice for class will be sent via email in January. 

Art Tuition (per student): $72 per month, except Artistic Sewing ($108 per month)*
*All classes 8 weeks in semester.

Discounts:
10% discount if semester paid up front
10% discount for active duty military
10% discount for additional children involved in these or other Clement Arts classes
$10 referral credit per new family referred
Only one discount available per family. Discounts are not able to be stacked.

Children in foster care are invited to attend tuition free.

Click here to drop a class for Spring Semester 2023


About the Instructors

  • Raven Henderson – Artistic Sewing, Art Business, & Acrylics Instructor
    Raven Henderson – Artistic Sewing, Art Business, & Acrylics Instructor

    Raven Henderson has a professional background in the fine art galleries, graphic recorder, music industry, non-profits, and ministry work. Raven has done live graphic recording for an astronaut, Google Innovator, and countless sermons. She has even created an online community for Sermon Sketchnoters around the world. Through it all she has cultivated a private practice of using art as a mobile way to journal, relax and worship. Even art journaling while co-leading a mission team in Haiti. Raven loves all things artsy craftsy; loves learning; and loves sharing. Her faith is evident in all she does and creates.

  • Edwina Hollingsworth – Artistic Sewing Instructor
    Edwina Hollingsworth – Artistic Sewing Instructor

    Edwina Hollingsworth is a retired educator with thirty years of teaching experience in elementary school and college. Her love of teaching and learning have been constants in her life as has her love for the creative arts. Edwina learned to sew as a 6th grader in her home economics class, but her love of sewing began as a young child. Her mother also sewed and one of her greatest joys was wearing something her mother had made for her. Edwina loves all aspects of sewing with a particular interest is in sewing accessories, specifically totes, clutches and wallets. She believes that the creative process is an invaluable learning tool and looks forward to using her gifts and talents in service to God and others.

  • Amanda Newman – Hand Stitching & Pinterest Instructor
    Amanda Newman – Hand Stitching & Pinterest Instructor

    Amanda Newman is a wife and mother of two children who are her biggest supporters and motivators. From an early age, she was an eager student of all the arts. She has been blessed to be surrounded by women with a variety of hand stitching skills, passed down to them through generations. She’s very excited to share these and other techniques she has learned with the next generation of eager students. As Amanda has grown up, those little early investments have grown into a life calling to mission work in Rwanda Africa where she gets to teach the women there skills to create products that she brings home to sell for them. It has grown into a business called COPO that sells their products all over the United States. Amanda sees the Lord answer in her own life over and over her prayer from Psalm 90:17 “May the favor of the Lord our God rest on us; establish the work of our hands for us– yes, establish the work of our hands.” She cannot wait to see what the Lord does with the work of those little hands she is trusted with.

  • Brad Jiles - Poetry Instructor
    Brad Jiles - Poetry Instructor

    Brad Jiles graduated from the University of Georgia with degrees in English and Human Geography. From there, he went on to the University of North Carolina - Greensboro, where he earned a Master's degree in English Education. He is currently enrolled in a Master's of Divinity program at Abilene Christian University. Brad worked as a High School English Teacher for 14 years before switching to full-time ministry in 2019. Before becoming the pulpit Minister at Chattahoochee Valley Church of Christ, Brad worked as the Youth Minister. Brad and his wife Heather have three daughters, Adelaide, Vivienne, and Juliette. Brad has a love for the written word and looks forward to sharing the joy of the Lord through written expression!

  • Addie Newcomer - Pottery Instructor
    Addie Newcomer - Pottery Instructor

    Addie Newcomer is a local artist and teacher who works in arts education. Some of her favorite ways of working are through painting and pottery, and she is drawn to beautiful, functional art.

  • Mary Kate McLean – Dimensions & Interior Design Instructor
    Mary Kate McLean – Dimensions & Interior Design Instructor

    Mary Kate McLean works as a commercial interior designer for a local furniture dealership. She graduated from Georgia Southern University in 2016 with a bachelor’s degree in interior design. Her coursework included learning the technical concepts of art like color theory as well as the fundamentals of many artistic disciplines including drawing, painting, sculpting, and graphics. In her free time, she enjoys developing and experimenting with various forms of art and design. Her passion is finding creative ways to apply the perfect aesthetic to the functionality of everyday life.


Questions?

For additional class info or billing questions, email amelia@clement-arts.org


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