Halloween Ghost Figure
Make a spooky or friendly ghost with an unusual material – toilet paper! Sculpting with toilet paper is a no mess way of doing papier-mâché. There’s no goopy glue or wheat paste needed. If we have time, we’ll also make a candy corn. After the class, your librarian will send you our video that shows you how to paint your ghost after it dries.
Agate Watercolor Painting
Create a beautiful watercolor painting of an agate slice. Learn how to use a wet on wet watercolor technique and salt on wet watercolor paint. This painting is easy and fun to do. Leave the class with a striking piece of art to give as a gift or hang on your wall!
No Face Figure
Sculpt No Face from Spirited Away out of an unusual material – toilet paper! Sculpting with toilet paper is a no mess way of doing papier-mâché. There’s no goopy glue or wheat paste needed. After we finish making the figure we’ll practice drawing and painting No Face together. After the class, your librarian will send you our video that shows you how to paint your No Face figure after it dries.
Miniature Chocolate Box
Make a miniature chocolate box filled with adorable bonbons. We’ll use a pinching technique to make the box and roll small balls of clay to make the animal bonbons. After the class, your librarian will send you our video that shows you how to paint your miniature chocolate box after it dries.
Design a Dragon
Learn how to design your own creative dragon. We will guide you through the steps to draw a basic dragon then add your own style to it.
Students will create a drawing of Hedwig that appears to hover above the surface. Pop up Art School will show you step-by-step how to create an anamorphic drawing which uses forced perspective to create an illusion. They’ll also learn the fascinating history of this art form.
Coffee with Chewbacca
Draw Chewbacca step-by-step, with the instructor, then paint your portrait of everyone’s favorite galactic furry with brewed coffee or paint. Bonus: Pixel Puzzle PDF of “Wash Your Hans” to color at home!
Anamorphic Baby Yoda Drawing
Create a drawing of Baby Yoda that appears to hover above the surface. Pop up Art School will show you step-by-step how to create an anamorphic drawing which uses forced perspective to create an illusion. They’ll also learn the fascinating history of this art form.
Follow along step-by-step as we paint a serene mountain landscape using watercolor paint. Learn about atmospheric perspective and how to create a sense of the depth in your painting. Layer the translucent colors one by one and use a hairdryer to dry the paint as we work.
Show how much you love your furry friend when you make a silhouette portrait of your kitty or pooch. Pop up Art School will teach you how to draw a fancy frame and customize the portrait with your pet’s name.
How to Draw Pokémon
Learn how to draw your favorite Pokémon characters including Pikachu! Pop up Art School will show you how to draw step-by-step using basic shapes and easy to follow instructions.
VIRTUAL WORKSHOP PRICES:
Teen classes are 11+.
Virtual Classes with Supplies from Home
$150 (15 students)
Virtual Classes with Kits
*Price is $150 if you purchase the supplies yourself. If you choose this option, we will provide you with a list of supplies, links to purchase supplies and kit instructions.
Cancellation policy for virtual classes:
When a virtual class is held and no one attends we will provide your library with an art tutorial video that you can share with your patrons for 30 days. The tutorial is a prerecorded and uses a minimum of art supplies, so most people will have what they need to do the lesson at home. The video can be shared on your website or in an email. However, we ask that you do not share it on social media. The video is on our YouTube channel, and only people with a link can view the video. There are no refunds for classes when no one attends.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Class size: 15 students
All materials are included in the price
Manga Linoleum Block Printmaking
Teens will learn about Menko, a Japanese card game, printmaking and will carve their own linoleum block. The carved block will enable them to print multiple cards to trade with others at the workshop. Students can borrow imagery from anime and manga stories or create their own.
You’ll paint a galactic masterpiece that has real light-up stars! Use our templates to make your astrological sign or light up your own pattern. All materials will be provided including a battery operated strand of lights*.
*Batteries not included
Intro to Needle Felting
Learn how to make felted wool beads! Felting wool is easy and relaxing. Pop up Art School will teach you how to make a bead that looks like the planet Earth and two solid color beads. Intersperse them with colorful wood and letter beads for a unique handmade necklace. (Also available as a virtual class w/kits)
** Intro to Needle Felting workshop is an hour long and $200 **
Felted Hedwig the Owl
Sculpt Hedwig the owl using wool roving and a felting needle.
Pick up your kit at the library, then follow along during Pop up
Art School’s live class. Make the body from basic felted wool shapes
and add details like spots and Hedwig’s yellow eyes. (Also available as a virtual class w/kits)
Felted Wool Cupcakes
Yum, yum. Delicious cupcakes made with wool! Pop up Art School will teach you how to needle felt wool and make these adorable confections. You’ll leave with two cupcakes and the basic knowledge to needle felt your own! (Also available as a virtual class w/kits)
Learn how to needle felt wool and make a cute llama! Create a llama (with or without the four eyes) on a piece of felt stretched on an embroidery hoop. We’ll guide your patrons step-by-step through the process; they’ll find that needle felting is easy and relaxing. (Also available as a virtual class w/kits)
Wayne Thiebaud/Cake Sculpture
ON-SITE WORKSHOP PRICE:
- All materials are included
- Ages 13+
- 15 teens max
Workshops are 2 hours long
Pop up Art School is located in Weymouth, Massachusetts. We charge a travel fee if the library is beyond I-95 or north of Boston
Below is a map showing (in green) where we charge a $50 travel fee. However, if we can book you on the same day with another library, within a 30 minute drive from your library, we will split the fee between the two libraries.