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Fine Arts & Crafts (7th-12th)

In this Fine Arts and Crafts Studio class students will explore a variety of art media that generally falls outside of the typical art class offerings. Students in this class can expect to create with fibers, textiles, clay, glass and paper to make functional objects like mugs, and fused glass ornaments and trinket dishes. This is an excellent class for those who want to expand their art experiences. Note: This class will not repeat projects, each year will be filled with new projects. While fun and creativity go hand in hand, in this class students must be able to responsibly use materials, follow directions and safety procedures to ensure all are safe and successful.

All supplies, including fibers, clay, glass and kiln firing fees are included in the supply fee.


Copy/Supply fee: $75 (paid to Stephanie Barr due at Orientation or the first class attended)
Tuition fee: $400 ($40.00/month for 10 months, August-May or $45 if prorated)


Stephanie Barr

B.F.A., Art Education, VCU
Arts in Healthcare, University of Florida

Stephanie graduated from VCU with a Bachelor's of Fine Arts in Art Education and is certified K-12. She created a homeschool arts program at the Petersburg Area Art League while homeschooling her 3 boys. In 2015, Stephanie left the art league and started Pens, Paper & Paint LLC, a mobile arts education business, serving families throughout the Richmond region. In 2019, she completed a rigorous Arts in Healthcare program at UF and began delivering quality visual arts programming to senior living and dementia care residents in the area. Stephanie has two homeschool graduates (2019, 2021), a 9th grader currently attending Bridge Academy and is an active member of Second Branch. In her spare time, you can find Stephanie in her flower beds, creating mixed media art pieces and enjoying the area's arts and cultural events.

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