Mardi Gras Floats: Virtual Art Class for Ages 3-8

with Langley Anderson

KIDZ-021222

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Date

Saturday

February 12, 2022

11:00 am - 11:45 am

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Class Description

Learn about this fun, family celebration of New Orleans, LA. Using found/recycled objects, construct and decorate a mini Mardi Gras Float!


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Materials List

Recycled show boxes or egg carton: paper towel and/or toilet paper tubes: construction and/or tissue paper (purple, yellow, and/or green) : paint/markers/ or crayons: glue: scissors, Optional: Plastic beads, gems, stickers, trinkets, ribbon, festhers, pipe cleaners, glitter, anything fun!

Minimum Age

Ages 3-8

About the Instructor

"Langley Anderson grew up in New Orleans, Louisiana, and received her Bachelor of Arts from Trinity University, San Antonio, Texas. She recently earned her Master of Fine Arts in studio art, with a concentration in photography, from Radford University in Radford, Virginia. Langley’s work has been exhibited in many solo and group shows throughout Virginia, Texas, and Oregon. She has served on several art committees and presented at SECAC (Southeastern College Art Conference) in Columbus, Ohio. Langley has received awards from Photographer’s Forum, Tokyo International Foto Awards, and the Nikon Small World Photomicrography Competition. Langley runs Wild ArtRidge Academy, her art school in Radford, works as a free-lance photographer, and teaches Art Appreciation, 2-D Foundations, and Photography at Radford University."

Class Registration and Cancellation Policy

Advance Registration Required.


Registration: Class registrations are confirmed on a first-come, first-served basis.


Cancellation/Refund: The Floyd Center for the Arts will conduct classes for which an adequate number of students are registered. Class status is determined 1 week before the first date of the class, unless otherwise noted. Acceptance of payment does not guarantee that a class will run. If the Center must cancel a scheduled class, students who registered for such classes will be given the opportunity to transfer their payments to another course or receive a full refund of their tuition payment.


Student Withdrawals: Students withdrawing from a class before the cancellation period has ended, (one week prior to the start of class, unless otherwise noted) can receive a full refund or may transfer their payments to another class of their choice. Students who withdraw after the cancellation period has closed or after class has started, will not receive a refund.