Date: Monday through Friday, March 27 - 31, 9:30am-noon (morning class)
Cost: Pre-registration required. $85 nonmember/$75 LGF member, for the whole series
Age: Appropriate for children ages 9-14 years (four students min. /10 students max.)
Description: Manga, Japanese comic strips and animation, have gained international popularity and have introduced young people the world over to a new genre of graphic design. This style of art is beautiful and entertaining; these classes are a simple introduction to making manga on your own. This class is suitable for all art skill levels. Materials provided and/or bring your own.
Instructor: As a teacher and artist, Jane Nash has done many things over the years, always returning to teaching and creating art. She’s a muralist, painting mostly residentially but also commercially, an acrylic painter of landscapes and interiors but also portraits, nature illustration, pet portraits, anime and anything else inspiring. Jane is also a thangka painter and has been learning how to paint these sacred Tibetan images with Frank Sanje Elliott, her teacher for the last thirteen years. She loves teaching both adults and children and is a partner in Fun with Tom and Jane, a business which goes into Assisted Living Facilities and provides arts and crafts projects for seniors.