CHILDREN’S SUMMER ART – June 29 & July 1 – 3rd-6th Graders 1pm – 4pm

Patricia Newton

CHILDREN'S SUMMER ART - June 29 & July 1 - 3rd-6th Graders 1pm – 4pm
 3rd-6th Graders 1pm – 4pm

Elements of Art Weeks 1-5 with Mandy. Each week offers a variety of art techniques and materials including painting, drawing, sculpture, collage, and more!

Mandy Covish is a highly experienced K-6 Elementary School Teacher whose passion is teaching children the ARTS. Mandy has studied and taught extensively in the central valley at multiple levels, and will be continuing her work teaching art here in Morro Bay. Currently, Mandy  is teaching Kindergarten in Creston. Previously she taught children in the upper grades in the Lucia Mar School District. Over the years, she has worked with children from diverse populations as well as with gifted children. Mandy Covish fervently believes that all children should be exposed to the arts because art fosters creativity and promotes social, motor, and visual development, which in turn improves focus, academic performance on tests, and overall  learning confidence.


Week 3 - June 29 & July 1

Let’s dive into the subject of SHAPE as an element of art!  We will explore artists who experimented with a variety of shapes while we discover the difference between geometric or organic, and positive or negative. This class will use mixed media including paint and collage techniques.

WHAT: Elements of Art-Shape
WHEN: June 29 and July 1, 2021
WHERE: Art Center Morro Bay, Activities Room, 835 Main St, Morro Bay, CA 93442
TIMES:  3rd-6th Graders 1pm – 4pm
COST: $40.00 per week (Tuesday and Thursday) or 805-772-2504
Preregistration is required: Contact Art Center Morro Bay (805) 772-2504 or
Refunds are provided up to 3 days before the beginning of class. Class programs are designed as age appropriate, however, bringing closely aged children together in eitherclass is OK. Parents are asked to stay with children 7 years or younger. Per California State and SLO County County mandates, facial coverings and social distancing is observed.