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Non-Credit Classes for youth AND Adults FALL 2010

Be a Part of the Art in Downtown Grand Rapids this Fall!


INTRODUCTION

LETTER FROM THE DIRECTOR

Join us this fall to be a part of the art in downtown Grand Rapids! Opportunities abound for you to get involved at Kendall. Our new adult class, Drawing on the Town: Grand Rapids, features walking tours of ArtPrize and discussions about the art, along with lots of instruction in drawing. The class will meet for six Saturday afternoons beginning September 11. Other new adult classes include: Abstract Relief Painting, Chandelier Earrings, Portfolio Development for College-Bound Art Students, and Portfolio Development Concepts for the Emerging Artist. In partnership with Kendall’s Metals/Jewelry program, we are offering Experimental Surfaces: Enameling September 24-26 with guest artist Barbara Minor (see page 15). Kids’ classes meet either Saturday mornings or afternoons for six weeks in two sessions. New classes include: Mad Science Art, Eco-Sculpture, Story Time Art, Stop Motion Animation, Creative Rock Star and Lightwave 3-D Modeling. We have a special opportunity for children, ages 6-12 who want to be a part of ArtPrize! A sculpture, “Birds of a Feather,” will be exhibited at the Amway Grand Plaza Hotel and is sponsored by Kendall Youth and Adult Continuing Studies. There will be a free workshop on Saturday, September 11 at 2:00 p.m. where children can make a Sculpey® bird to display and one to keep for themselves. Please call me at 616-451-2787 x1139 to reserve your spot in this workshop. Sincerely,

Brenda Sipe Director of Continuing Studies Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University

CONTENTS

FALL 2010

Introduction Letter from the Director........................................................................................................................................... 2 Calendar Fall 2010................................................................................................................................................................................ 5 Adult Classes Drawing ................................................................................................................................................................................ Painting .................................................................................................................................................................................. Photography ...................................................................................................................................................................... Computers ......................................................................................................................................................................... Interiors ............................................................................................................................................................................... Metals .................................................................................................................................................................................... Fashion .................................................................................................................................................................................. Fibers ..................................................................................................................................................................................... Writing .................................................................................................................................................................................. Healing Arts ....................................................................................................................................................................... Glass ....................................................................................................................................................................................... Portfolio Development ..............................................................................................................................................

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Adult Workshops Experimental Surfaces: Enameling ....................................................................................................................... 15 Using Expressive Visual Art with Children and Clients.......................................................................... 15 Youth/Young Adult Classes Ages 6-9................................................................................................................................................................................. 17 Ages 10-12 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 19 Ages 13-17 ......................................................................................................................................................................... 20 BIOGRAPHIES Instructor Bios ................................................................................................................................................................. 22 Registration How to Register ............................................................................................................................................................. 24 Registration Forms ....................................................................................................................................................... 26

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CALENDAR

CALENDAR

FALL 2010

Continuing Studies Program Non-Credit Classes for Youth & Adults

Youth & Young Adult Classes August 16 Early Registration Deadline 15% Discount Session I: September 7 Registration Deadline September 11 Classes Begin October 16 Classes End Session II: October 25 Registration Deadline October 30 Classes Begin December 11 Classes End

Adult Classes August 16 Early Registration Deadline 15% Discount Session I: September 1 Registration Deadline September 7 Classes Begin October 22 Classes End Session II: October 25 Registration Deadline October 30 Classes Begin December 17 Classes End No classes Thanksgiving weekend, November 25-28

No classes Thanksgiving weekend, November 25-28

To register Call 616.451.2787, or 800.676.2787, x2012, or mail your completed registration form(s) (pg. 26 or online at www.kcad.edu/youth-and-adults/how-to-register/) to: Kendall Continuing Studies, 17 Fountain Street, NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503. Registration is not valid without payment. A confirmation of registration will be mailed within three business days of receipt of payment. Visa, MasterCard, or Discover credit or debit cards are the preferred method of payment.

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ADULT CLASSES

adult classes

DRAWING

Be a Part of the Art in Downtown Grand Rapids this Fall!

Monday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Tuesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

FIGURE DRAWING

Drawing Level One

Session I: 10 FK D103-A September 13, 20, 27 | October 4, 11, 18 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Session I: 10 FK D100-A September 7, 14, 21, 28 | October 5, 12, 19 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Session II: 10 FK D103-B November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 | December 6, 13 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Session II: 10 FK D100-B November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | December 7, 14 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Learn to use line, shape, value, and texture to describe the human figure with a variety of drawing materials. Problems of composition and proportion will be explored, using nude models.This course is open to both beginning and advanced students.

Intended for beginners, you will develop skills through still life and basic figure observation. Through individual instruction, you will come to an understanding of gesture, contour, shading, and overall composition.You’ll use charcoal, pencils, and pens.

Instructor: T’Alyne

Instructor: Molly Pettengill

Cartooning for Grown-Ups Session II: 10 FK D124-B November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 | December 6, 13 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

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Think comics are just for kids? Not so! Discover the history of the modern graphic novel and learn how to tell your own stories through the expressive and unique medium of comics. Any artistic style or skill-level is welcome.

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Instructor: Jesse Handrich

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ADULT CLASSES

ADULT CLASSES

PAINTING

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Wednesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Outdoor Drawing Session I: 10 FK D115-A September 8, 15, 22, 29 | October 6, 13, 20 Tuition: $205, supplies additional Session II: 10 FK D115-B November 3, 10, 17, 24 | December 1, 8, 15 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Draw outdoors on location, weather permitting. You will study composition, value and use of materials. Artists of any skill level are welcome. Instructor: Justin Kellner

Thursday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Portraiture Session I: 10 FK D107-A September 9, 16, 23, 30 | October 7, 14, 21 Tuition: $205, supplies additional Session II: 10 FK D107-B November 4, 11, 18 | December 2, 9, 16 No class November 25 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Learn the art of portraiture while studying from a live model. Start with contour line, and develop shading techniques and lighting effects that will bring your drawings to life. Instructor: Dana Toader

Fashion Illustration Session II: 10 FK D912-A November 4, 11, 18 | December 2, 9, 16 No class November 25 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

For the designer or seamstress who wants to create a professional looking fashion plate for clients. Also good for building a portfolio of fashion plates for the student who is applying to fashion design schools. Learn the fashion figure, fabric rendering, and basic garment design. Instructor: Judy Huyck

Saturday Classes 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. Drawing on the Town: Grand Rapids Session I: 10 FK D136-A September 11, 18, 25 | October 2, 9, 16 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Here’s your chance to learn how to draw on location while also experiencing the art and excitement of this year’s ArtPrize. You will focus on improving your ability to see and draw complex settings, while discussing the art that is on display. Classes will be held both in the studio and on location, weather permitting. Instructor: T’Alyne

Monday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Friday Classes 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Instructor: Corinne Roberts

Painting with Acrylics Wednesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Session II: 10 FK D210-B November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, December 6, 13 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Painting with Oils

Learn techniques such as textural painting, surface preparation, color mixing and glazing with acrylics. This course has the flexibility to accommodate the needs of both beginning and intermediate level painters. More advanced students will work on compositional problems with guidance from the instructor. Students will complete two to five paintings. Instructor: David White

Tuesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Vivid Watercolor Session I: 10 FK D200-A September 7, 14, 21, 28 | October 5, 12, 19 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Learn to use watercolor expressively. You will study color intensity and combination as well as basic watercolor techniques, including paper preparation, washes, dry brush, and masking. Use still life and landscape as sources. This course has the flexibility for both the beginner and intermediate watercolor artist.

Illustrative Watercolor Session II: 10 FK D205-B November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | December 7, 14 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Using pens, color pencils, sponges, pastels, watercolors, and other items you already have, create illustrative paintings of various subjects in both realistic and

Saturday Sept 25 OR Saturday Nov 13 (One Day Only) 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Color Theory

Session I: 10 FK D210-A September 13, 20, 27 | October 4, 11, 18 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Instructor: Corinne Roberts

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cartoon styles. Learn to take your cue from past and present watercolor artists.

adult classes

DRAWING

Session I: 10 FK D204-A September 8, 15, 22, 29 | October 6, 13, 20 Tuition: $205, supplies additional Session II: 10 FK D204-B November 3, 10, 17, 24 | December 1, 8, 15 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Explore the medium of oil using still life and photo reference to develop paintings from sketchbook studies. Learn how to enhance your compositions with an understanding of the principles of design and color. This course has the flexibility for both the beginner and more advanced oil painter. Instructor: Molly Pettengill

Thursday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Material Madness with Oils Session I: 10 FK D351-A September 9, 16, 23, 30 | October 7, 14, 21 Tuition: $205, supplies additional Session II: 10 FK D351-B November 4, 11, 18 | December 2, 9, 16 No class November 25 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Ever feel confused when shopping for art supplies? This course is designed to help you make sense of the wide variety of materials available to oil painters, including supports, mediums, solvents, paints, brushes, and knives.You will learn how to use the materials properly and safely, how to care for and store these materials, while also working on the creation of several oil paintings. No previous experience necessary. Instructor: Katherine Johnson

Session I: 10 FK D203-A September 10, 17 | October 1, 8, 15, 22 No class September 24 Tuition: $205, supplies additional Session II: 10 FK D203-B November 5, 12, 19 | December 3, 10, 17 No class November 26 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Understanding color will help you use it to produce various effects and control the composition in your paintings. Use oil or acrylic paint to learn about value, hue, intensity, temperature, color schemes, balance, and more in a series of exercises. You will work on the completion of several small paintings. Instructor: Justin Kellner

Saturday Classes 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. NEW! Abstract/Relief Painting Session I: 10 FK W212-A September 11, 18, 25 | October 2, 9, 16 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $40 Session II: 10 FK W212-B October 30 | November 6, 13, 20 | December 4, 11 No class November 27 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $40

Using contemporary techniques you will learn how to construct and paint a three dimensional work of art. Using plaster, oils and acrylics, you will build a surface structure and create a unique painting with glazing techniques. Complete two finished works during this class. This class has the flexibility to accommodate both beginning and intermediate level painters.

Alla Prima Painting Workshop Session I: 10 FK W217-A September 25 Tuition: $49, supplies additional Session II: 10 FK W217-B November 13 Tuition: $49, supplies additional

Alla prima comes from Italian, literally meaning “at once.” Instead of building colors up with layers or glazing over a painting, alla prima paintings are completed while the paint is still wet. Learn to start and finish a painting (oil or acrylic) in one session, also developing the expressive quality of your work.View examples from the history of art while learning techniques to achieve similar results. Instructor: Elizabeth Ivy Hawkins

Sunday Classes 1:00 – 4:30 p.m. NEW! Techniques in Abstraction Session I: 10 FK D127-A September 12, 19, 26 | October 3, 10, 17 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Learn to gain access to a non-objective approach to painting while studying abstract art from North and South America. Incorporate unique materials into your paintings while learning about color and composition. Instructor: Gregg McChesney

Instructor: Melissa Sirk

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ADULT CLASSES

PHOTOGRAPHY Monday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Digital Photography Session I: 10 FK D528-A September 13, 20, 27 | October 4, 11, 18 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10 Session II: 10 FK D528-B November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 | December 6, 13 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

Ready to move past auto mode and explore the advanced options on your digital camera? You will learn how to use your camera’s program, manual, and priority capabilities to produce more creative photographs by controlling light, speed, and depth-of-field. You will also learn color management, digital workflow and image enhancement methods that will lead to higher quality prints. Students should be able to shoot photos in the auto mode and transfer images to the computer.Your digital camera must have aperture priority, shutter priority, and manual shooting modes. Instructors: Alison Bedi

Tuesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Digital Photography Session I: 10 FK D528-C September 7, 14, 21, 28 | October 5, 12, 19 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

COMPUTERS

Ready to move past auto mode and explore the advanced options on your digital camera? You will learn how to use your camera’s program, manual, and priority capabilities to produce more creative photographs by controlling light, speed, and depth-of-field. You will also learn color management, digital workflow and image enhancement methods that will lead to higher quality prints. Students

INTERIORS

should be able to shoot photos in the auto mode and transfer images to the computer.Your digital camera must have aperture priority, shutter priority, and manual shooting modes.

Monday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Wednesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Thursday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Tuesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Introduction to Adobe Photoshop®

Introduction to Adobe Illustrator®

Adobe InDesign®

Fundamentals of Interior Design

Instructors: Dianne Carroll Burdick

Session I: 10 FK D402-A September 13, 20, 27 | October 4, 11, 18 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

Session I: 10 FK D400-A September 8, 15, 22, 29 | October 6, 13, 20 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

Session II: 10 FK D402-B November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 | December 6, 13 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

Session II: 10 FK D400-B November 3, 10, 17, 24 | December 1, 8, 15 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

Learn how to use Adobe Photoshop to edit and combine photos, create simple page layouts and more! This class will cover basic and advanced features of Photoshop.

Adobe Illustrator is the premier vector program used by professional designers and illustrators today. Learn how to use Illustrator to create original logos, graphics, page layouts and illustrations.

Saturday Classes 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Digital Photography Session I: 10 FK D528-E September 11, 18, 25 | October 2, 9, 16 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10 Session II: 10 FK D528-F October 30 | November 6, 13, 20 | December 4, 11 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

Ready to move past auto mode and explore the advanced options on your digital camera? You will learn how to use your camera’s program, manual, and priority capabilities to produce more creative photographs by controlling light, speed, and depth-of-field. You will also learn color management, digital workflow and image enhancement methods that will lead to higher quality prints. Students should be able to shoot photos in the auto mode and transfer images to the computer.Your digital camera must have aperture priority, shutter priority, and manual shooting modes. Instructors: Bridgette Broughman

Instructor: Katherine Johnson

Instructor: Devin Slattery

Tuesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Adobe Flash® Session I: 10 FK D435-A September 7, 14, 21, 28 | October 5, 12, 19 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10 Session II: 10 FK D435-B November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | December 7, 14 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

Interested in animation or interactive design? You will learn about buttons, animation shortcuts, simple scripting and how to work between Flash and other Adobe programs. Instructor: James Carroll

Session II: 10 FK D528-D November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | December 7, 14 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

ADULT CLASSES

Basic Adobe Dreamweaver® Session I: 10 FK D409-A September 8, 15, 22, 29 | October 6, 13, 20 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10 Session II: 10 FK D409-B November 3, 10, 17, 24 | December 1, 8, 15 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

You will be introduced to the basic and advanced features of the Adobe Dreamweaver web development application.You will learn about creating, organizing, and managing websites and how to create and edit web pages using Dreamweaver. Everything from basic web pages to advanced dynamic content will be covered. Instructor: Tim Nielsen

Session I: 10 FK D418-A September 9, 16, 23, 30 | October 7, 14, 21 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10 Session II: 10 FK D418-B November 4, 11, 18 | December 2, 9, 16 No Class November 25 Tuition: $205, lab fee: $10

Session I: 10 FK D510-A September 7, 14, 21, 28 | October 5, 12, 19 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

adult classes

ADULT CLASSES

Session II: 10 FK D510-B November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | December 7, 14 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Adobe InDesign is used to create printed documents including brochures, newsletters, magazines, menus and more. Learn how to format text; develop layouts using columns, grids, and styles; add photos and graphics, prepare your files for print, and create PDFs.

Explore the practical interior design applications of space planning, lighting, color principles, architecture, and furniture arrangement. This course has the flexibility for students to work on design solutions for either residential or commercial interests.

Instructor: Tim Nielsen

Instructor: Joanne Perko

Wednesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m. Simple Home Interiors Session I: 10 FK D511-A September 8, 15, 22, 29 | October 6, 13, 20 Tuition: $205, supplies additional Session II: 10 FK D511-B November 3, 10, 17, 24 | December 1, 8, 15 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Slow everything down and indulge in simplicity. Learn how to apply the “power of less” to your home, apartment, condo, or vacation home using the elements of design: contrast, color, shape, texture, and balance by paring down to what is essential and beautiful. The principle will help you to effectively stretch your budget by helping you learn how to rearrange and repurpose what you already have and to effectively shop tag sales, estate sales, resale shops and the internet.You will also learn about quick and inexpensive fixes such as paint, slipcovers, ready made bedding, and curtains.This class will teach you how to save: the ultimate in getting creative! Instructor: C.J. Zondervan

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ADULT CLASSES

ADULT CLASSES

ADULT CLASSES

ADULT CLASSES

FASHION

METALS

FIBERS

WRITING

Healing Arts

Tuesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Friday Classes 1:00 – 4:30 p.m.

Monday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Tuesday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Saturday Oct 29 (One Day Only) 1:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Sunday Classes 1:00 - 4:30 p.m.

Intro to Jewelry Casting Processes

Metal Jewelry Casting

Fashion Pattern Drafting

Fiber Art

Expressive Art and Healing

Session I: 10 FK D519-A September 10, 17 | October 1, 8, 15, 22 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $50

Session I: 10 FK D909-A September 13, 20, 27 | October 4, 11, 18 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Session I: 10 FK D661-A September 7, 14, 21, 28 | October 5, 12, 19 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Writing for Digital Media and Film

Session II: 10 FK D519-B November 5, 12, 19 | December 3, 10, 17 No Class November 26 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $50

Session II: 10 FK D909-B November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 | December 6, 13 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Session II: 10 FK D661-B November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | December 7, 14 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Learn how to construct women’s fashions by drafting your own patterns. Draft basic sleeve, pant, skirt, and bodice styles into patterns, then go to the sewing machine and make corrections to achieve a perfect fit.

Create an original fabric artwork using stamping, felting, photo-printing, dyeing, or weaving to achieve vibrancy, pattern, and texture.Your final project will be a fabric panel that can be use for a wallhanging, or garment.

Session I: 10 FK D509-A September 7, 14, 21, 28 | October 5, 12, 19 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $50

Learn three different types of casting metal from primitive sand casting to modern lost wax casting. Explore the properties of different non-ferrous metals including aluminum, bronze, and silver, and the techniques necessary to make unique jewelry or small sculptural pieces. Instructor: Elizabeth Gaines

Introduction to Jewelry/Metalsmithing

Working with precious metals, you will be introduced to the lost wax casting process in the creation of jewelry pieces. Take home a completed project in gold or silver. Instructor: Linda McMurry

Session II: 10 FK D509-B November 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 | December 7, 14 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $50

Saturday Classes 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

Learn the fundamental techniques and craftsmanship necessary to create an original metal jewelry piece.You will also learn about safety, equipment and set-up ideas for a home studio situation.

NEW! Chandelier Earrings

Instructor: Judy Huyck

Instructor: Judy Huyck

Session I: 10 FK W956-A October 30 Tuition: $49, supplies additional

Learn how to use the classical argument in story writing with resource material from YouTube® as inspiration.You will see some of the best short communications in the world, from Academy Award winning animation, to advertising and wartime propaganda, you will analyze how they were conceived.The process of storyboarding will be discussed. Instructor: John Guertin

Session II: 10 FK D516-B October 30 | November 6, 13, 20 | December 4, 11 No Class November 27 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $50

Session I: 10 FK D221-A September 12, 19, 26 | October 3, 10, 17 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

adult classes

ADULT CLASSES

Session II: 10 FK D221-B October 31 | November 7, 14, 21 | December 5, 12 No Class November 28 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

You will learn how expressive art can promote self discovery, and personal growth, and how to process art work.You will be encouraged to allow your own self discovery to unfold by participating in experiential art exercises that use clay, watercolor, markers, crayon, pencil, and acrylic paint. Meditation, visualization, and journaling will be intertwined with drawing and painting exercises. Creative inquiry, creative blocks, and polarities will be addressed. Course will be taught by a professional counselor. No formal art training is necessary. Instructor: Andrea Baier-Petiet

Instructor: Elizabeth Gaines

Friday Classes 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Metal Jewelry Design Session I: 10 FK D517-A September 10, 17 | October 1, 8, 15, 22 No Class September 24 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $40 Session II: 10 FK D517-B November 5, 12, 19 | December 3, 10, 17 No Class November 26 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $40

Make two pairs of French hook style dangling earrings for yourself or to give as a gift. You will learn piercing, cutting, stone setting, simple forming/forging techniques, wire work, and beading. All levels are welcome, but class will focus primarily on beginning techniques. Instructor: Amanda Stark

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For Professional Development Workshop for Jewelers, Experimental Surfaces: Enameling, see page 15.

Become acquainted with the various materials and methods used in the design and creation of metal jewelry pieces. Learn soldering, sawing, filing, buffing, polishing techniques, and incorporating stones and their settings into metal jewelry. Instructor: Linda McMurry

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GLASS

ADULT CLASSES

ADULT WORKSHOPS

PORTFOLIO DEVELOPMENT

Featured Workshops for Professionals Continuing Studies discounts do not apply to these workshops. Registration deadlines are one week prior to each workshop. Use the registration form on page 26. Full payment is due at the time of registration. See refund policy below.

Thursday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Monday Classes 6:30 – 9:30 p.m.

Saturday Nov 6 (One Day Only) 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Stained Glass

NEW! Portfolio Development for CollegeBound Art Students (Ages 16 and over)

NEW! Portfolio Development Concepts for the Emerging Artist

Session I: 10 FK D518-A September 9, 16, 23, 30 | October 7, 14, 21 Tuition: 205, supply fee: $50 Session II: 10 FK D518-B November 4, 11, 18 | December 2, 9, 16 No Class November 25 Tuition: $205, supply fee: $50

Learn about the tools and techniques needed to make stained glass art.You will be introduced to glass cutting, copper foiling, soldering, patina application and finishing in the creation of glass panels and complex shapes. Instructor: Joanne Perko

Session II: 10 FK D217-B November 1, 8, 15, 22, 29 | December 6, 13 Tuition: $205, supplies additional

Focus on improving your drawing skills while developing a portfolio suitable for college entrance interviews and scholarship competitions. Instructor: Elizabeth Ivy Hawkins

Session II: 10 FK W217-B November 6 Tuition: $65, supplies additional (lunch provided)

Learn to develop an artistic concept that will facilitate the advancement of your work. Discussion will cover materials, alternative processes, and presentation techniques that can solidify your concept. View examples from art history and Contemporary art. Learn tips that will help you approach galleries, including documentation techniques, and using social networking for promotion. Instructor: Elizabeth Ivy Hawkins

Experimental Surfaces: Enameling

Using Expressive Visual Art with Children and Clients

September 24 – 26 | 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Session I: 10 FK W302-A Tuition: $350, lab fee: $60

Emphasis in this workshop will be on exploration and experimentation. Participants will use innovative enameling techniques to create exciting and unique enameled surfaces. Methods for creating surfaces will include: enamel shard mosaic, inlay techniques, embossed silver foil, punch through design, creating patterns with silver foil, and luster decal application. The basics, while not the focus of this workshop, will be covered. Students will work on a number of small pieces that will serve as future technical references. Beginning knowledge of metalsmithing and enameling techniques is helpful but not required. Instructor: Barbara Minor

About Barbara Minor

She completed her B.F.A. and M.F.A. degrees in jewelry and metalsmithing at University of Illinois and Indiana State University. Barbara began enameling during graduate school and continued explorations of enamel processes, with the support of research grants, while teaching at the State University of New York at Geneseo. She now lives in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where she concentrates on her enameled jewelry designs. Barbara conducts workshops, slide lectures, and demonstrations on the subjects of enameling on formed metal at crafts schools and guilds. Barbara exhibits and markets her enamel jewelry at major juried craft shows and galleries across the U.S. and abroad.

Saturday, September 25 | 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Session I: 10 FK W899-A September 25 Tuition: $95, supplies additional

adult workshops

ADULT CLASSES

Designed for educators, counselors, and therapists who want to use expressive visual art with their students and clients to promote emotional growth and healing.You will participate in six expressive art exercises to promote understanding of the expressive art process which you can later use with your own clients and students.You will learn how to support your student or client and how to process their art work. The expressive visual art exercises will utilize clay, watercolor, markers, crayon, and pencil. Meditation, visualization, and journaling are intertwined with the art exercises. You will briefly learn about the objectives and benefits of expressive visual art and the difference between a diagnostic approach and a holistic approach. No formal art training is necessary. Instructor: Andrea Baier-Petiet

About Andrea Baier-Petiet

Andrea Baier-Petiet, M.A., L.L.P., L.M.S.W., has been in the mental health field for over 30 years providing psychological assessment and counseling services. She is an artist and practices art therapy/expressive art with groups and individual clients.

Refund Policy for workshops:

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A full refund of tuition and fees will be issued for requests received in writing on or before the final registration deadline (one week prior to the scheduled workshop). A 50% administrative fee will be charged to withdrawal requests submitted after the final registration deadline but before the day of the first class. No refunds will be issued after the day before the first class.

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YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT CLASSES

CLASSES AGES 6-9

AGES 6-9

Be a Part of the Art in Downtown Grand Rapids this Fall!

Saturday Class Dates Session I: September 11, 18, 25 October 2, 9, 16

Saturday a.m. Classes 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon

Session II: October 30 November 6, 13, 20 December 4, 11

Session I: 10 FK Y123-A Tuition: $105, supply packet fee: $18 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

No classes Thanksgiving weekend, November 25-28

Session II: 10 FK Y123-B Tuition: $105, supply packet fee: $18 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Ready, Set, Draw!

Make up your mind to draw! See how you can make objects, people and animals both real and imagined look realistic using pencils, pens, and charcoal. Instructor: Katherine Downie

Lions,Tigers, & Bears Session I: 10 FK Y100-A Tuition: $105, supply packet fee: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

outlines and shapes to development of textures, patterns, and shading to bring your drawings to life. Instructor: Ellen Beck

NEW! Mad Science Art Session II: 10 FK Y018-B Tuition: $105, supply fee: $15 Supplies will be provided.

Unleash your inner Frankenstein while you experiment with these art materials. Find out how art can come from unexpected inspiration. You will be invited to step outside the box and create art using all your senses. Methods include drawing, painting, and sculpting with eyes closed, painting to music, painting with natural materials, action painting and much more! Instructor: Amy Zainea

Session II: 10 FK Y 100-B Tuition: $105, supply packet fee: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Draw lions, tigers, bears, and more animals while learning about how and where they live. Move from simple

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YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT CLASSES

Saturday Class Dates Session I: September 11, 18, 25 | October 2, 9, 16 Session II: October 30 | November 6, 13, 20 | December 4, 11

Session I: September 11, 18, 25 | October 2, 9, 16

Saturday p.m. Classes 12:30 - 3:00 p.m.

Saturday a.m. Classes 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon

AGES 10-12 Saturday Class Dates

Session II: October 30 | November 6, 13, 20 | December 4, 11

Animal Drawing

NEW! Story Time Art

Toon Town Jamboree

Session I: 10 FK Y140-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session I: 10 FK Y183-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session I: 10 FK Y174-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session II: 10 FK Y140-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session II: 10 FK Y183-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session II: 10 FK Y174-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Come with photos and ideas about animals you like, and discover how to draw them with realistic detail in black, white, and color.

One-of-a-kind class, where you will be creating artwork that comes from a favorite book, fairy tale or nursery rhyme. You will try some drawing, painting, and mixed media art while reading stories with the class.

Working from your favorite books, cards, comic strips and television shows, learn the basics of cartoon character drawing and comic strip structure.

Instructor: Amanda Schaub

Instructor: Mary Leah Marshall

NEW! Eco-Sculpture Session I: 10 FK Y173-A Tuition: $105, supply fee: $15 Supplies will be provided.

Instructor: Maureen Nollette

Instructor: Corinne Roberts

Fun with Digital Photography Session I: 10 FK Y445-A Tuition: $105, supply fee: $15 Supplies will be provided.

Session II: 10 FK Y173-B Tuition: $105, supply fee: $15 Supplies will be provided.

Turn recycled materials into cool projects, to keep or give as gifts.You will use innovative ideas to create projects from everyday household materials such as CD cases and cardboard, plus paint and collage materials.

CLASSES AGES 10-12

AGES 6-9

Session II: 10 FK Y445-B Tuition: $150, supply fee: $15 Supplies will be provided.

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Begin this class with a photo shoot around the building looking for images that represent every letter of the alphabet. Learn basic composition techniques and ways to “fool” the eye with trick photography. Making your own pinhole camera and solargrams are just a few of the added projects in this lively class. Please bring a digital camera and extra batteries to each class, starting with the first day. Instructor: Alison Hurley

Saturday p.m. Classes 12:30 - 3:00 p.m. Fashion Illustration for Young Designers Session I: 10 FK Y206-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $20 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class. Session II: 10 FK Y206-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $20 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Learn to put your fashion ideas on paper. Using fashion figure templates, render a variety of fabrics. You will also learn some of the basic elements of garment design. (Note: If you have taken this class previously and still have your supplies, you do not need to pay the supply fee.) Instructor: Judy Huyck

Drawing the Basics Session I: 10 FK Y401-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class. Session II: 10 FK Y401-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Develop basic drawing skills through observation of still life, landscape, and people. Work with pencil and charcoal to solve the problems of line, value, form, space, and texture in a composition. Instructor: Corinne Roberts

Introduction to Manga Session I: 10 FK Y186-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class Session II: 10 FK Y186-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class

Learn how to draw characters in the distinctive style of Japanese animation and Manga. Instructor: Jesse Handrich

NEW! Stop Motion Animation Session I: 10 FK Y902-A Tuition: $105, supply fee: $20 Supplies will be provided. Session II: 10 FK Y902-B Tuition: $105, supply fee: $20 Supplies will be provided.

Begin by brainstorming and storyboarding your ideas.Then, create a Play-Doh® character to film and animate. The process will include set and character design, directing, operating a camera and editing. Bring your digital camera to every class, beginning with the first one.

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Instructor: Alison Hurley

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YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT CLASSES

Saturday Class Dates Session I: September 11, 18, 25 | October 2, 9, 16 Session II: October 30 | November 6, 13, 20 | December 4, 11

Session I: September 11, 18, 25 | October 2, 9, 16

Saturday a.m. Classes 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 noon

Saturday p.m. Classes 12:30 - 3:00 p.m.

AGES 13-17

How to Manga II

Internet Cartoons

Session I: 10 FK Y740-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session I: 10 FK Y780-A Tuition: $105, lab fee: $10

Session II: 10 FK Y740-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Building on the foundations laid in Manga I, this class takes the basics of Japanese Manga-style figure drawing and turns up the action. In Manga II, you will learn to draw dynamic characters and action sequences, and begin to look at turning basic character designs into full-fledged Manga comics. (NOTE: If you have taken any Manga class here previously and still have your supplies, you do not need to pay the supply fee.) Instructor: Jesse Handrich

Introduction to Digital Photography Session I: 10 FK Y513-A Tuition: $105, lab fee: $15 Additional supplies may be required.

Explore the basics of photography. Develop an “eye” for subject matter and composition. Learn to make simple adjustments using Adobe Photoshop. Bring your digital camera to every class, beginning with the first one. Instructor: Alison Bedi

Session II: 10 FK Y780-B Tuition: $105, lab fee: $10

Use Adobe Flash to create your own animated cartoon. Buttons, animation short-cuts, scene management, and simple scripting will be the focus. Learn each tool in depth while creating short animations.

AGES 13-17 Saturday Class Dates

Session II: October 30 | November 6, 13, 20 | December 4, 11

NEW! LightWave 3-D® Modeling Session I: 10 FK Y738-A Tuition: $105, lab fee: $10 Session II: 10 FK Y738-B Tuition: $105, lab fee: $10

Create your own 3-D worlds using LightWave software.You will be introduced to the fundamentals of building objects, texturing and rendering.

Instructor: James Carroll

Instructor: Salim Muhammad

Painting with Oils

Figure Drawing

Session I: 10 FK Y748-A Tuition: $105, supplies additional Supply list will be mailed to you.

Session I: 10 FK Y403-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $18 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session II: 10 FK Y748-B Tuition: $105, supplies additional Supply list will be mailed to you.

Explore oil painting in this class, suitable for beginners or more advanced oil painters. Learn about palette preparation, color mixing, surfaces, glazing, and much more. Subject matter will include still life, landscape, and portraiture. Instructor: Molly Pettengill

Session II: 10 FK Y403-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $18 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Experiment with different approaches to drawing the human figure with a variety of media. Problems of composition and proportion will be explored, using clothed models. Instructor: Kathleen Jones

Advanced Drawing

How to Manga

NEW! Creative Rock Star

Session I: 10 FK Y700-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $25 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session I: 10 FK Y725-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session I: 10 FK Y737-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session II: 10 FK Y700-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $25 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session II: 10 FK Y725-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session II: 10 FK Y737-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Continue to improve your drawing skill and ability to “see” while trying new drawing materials and techniques. Create works on a medium to large scale, using both the figure and still life as sources. Study the works of famous artists from the Renaissance through Contemporary as inspiration for your work. (NOTE: if you have taken this class previously and still have your supplies, you do not need to pay the supply fee.)

Learn the ins and outs of character design and illustration in the distinctive style of Japanese animation and Manga. You will study the methods and techniques of figure drawing and creating expressive characters while discovering the rich history of this eastern art form and its many styles. (NOTE: if you have taken this class previously and still have your supplies, you do not need to pay the supply fee.)

Design everything you need to unleash your inner rock star! Whether you are already in a band, or just want to rock at art, you will learn to create your own logo and branding, avatar, and t-shirt design.You will learn introductory Adobe Illustrator skills while focusing on a rock star theme.

Instructor: Katherine Johnson

Instructor: William Jones

Creating Comics from Start to Finish

Fashion Illustration for Teen Designers

Session I: 10 FK Y721-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session I: 10 FK Y706-A Tuition: $105, supply packet: $25 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session II: 10 FK Y721-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $15 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Session II: 10 FK Y706-B Tuition: $105, supply packet: $25 Supply packet can be picked up in the lobby on the first day of class.

Go through the professional process of making a comic strip. In this class you will learn the basic skills of drawing: proportion, perspective, and expression. Everything from scripts, to penciling, to inking, to lettering a comic will be covered.

For teen designers, this course will teach you how to put your fashion ideas on paper. Create a fashion figure, render a variety of fabrics, and learn basic design elements of garments. (NOTE: if you have taken this class previously and still have your supplies, you do not need to pay the supply fee.)

Instructor: James Carroll

CLASSES AGES 13-17

YOUTH & YOUNG ADULT CLASSES

Instructor: Devin Slattery

Instructor: Judy Huyck

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instructor

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T’Alyne, M.F.A., Arizona State University, was artist-inresidence at Camac Centre D’Art in France, and exhibits her drawings and prints both locally and internationally.

Elizabeth Gaines, B.F.A., Kendall College of Art and Design, heads the Metals department at Grand Rapids Community College and is a frequent instructor in the Continuing Studies program.

Andrea Baier-Petiet, M.A., L.L.P., L.M.S.W., has been in the mental health field for over 30 years providing psychological assessment and counseling services. She is an artist and practices art therapy/expressive art with groups and individual clients.

John Guertin, B.A. in English, University of Toronto, has extensive experience in animation for television and film. His recently completed script, A Christmas Carl, is in production, funded by BRAVO! Fact Canada.

Ellen Beck, B.F.A. in Painting and Drawing, Kendall College of Art and Design, is a freelance artist.

Jesse Handrich, B.F.A. in Digital Illustration, Kendall College of Art and Design, is a freelance illustrator and frequent instructor in the Continuing Studies program.

Alison Bedi, B.F.A. in Photography, Kendall College of Art and Design, is currently a student in the Art Education program at Kendall, and Assistant Youth Minister at St. Robert of Newminster Church in Ada. Bridgette Broughman, B.F.A. in Photography and Graphic Design, Michigan State University, is a graduate student at Kendall, with an emphasis in Photography. She has studied Early Renaissance Art History in Florence, Italy with Studio Art Centers International. Dianne Carroll Burdick, B.F.A., Western Michigan University, has been a photographer for many publications, and maintains her own studio. She has participated in local and national exhibitions and has been the recipient of numerous awards. James Carroll, is a student at Kendall College of Art and Design, majoring in Digital Media. Katherine Downie, M.A. in Art Education, Eastern Michigan University, is a graduate student at Kendall with an emphasis in Painting.

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BIOGRAPHIES

Elizabeth Ivy Hawkins, M.F.A. in Painting, Kendall College of Art and Design, has several years experience as both an artist and educator. Her paintings have been exhibited both regionally and nationally, most recently in group exhibitions in Los Angeles and New York City. Alison Hurley, B.F.A. in Fine Arts and New Media, State University of New York, is a graduate student at Kendall with an emphasis in Drawing. Judy Huyck, has a certificate in Fashion Design from School of Fashion Design in Boston, Massachusetts. She graduated from Aquinas College with a B.F.A. in Sculpture and Photography. Katherine Johnson, M.F.A., in Painting, Kendall College of Art and Design, is a freelance artist and frequent instructor in the Continuing Studies program. Kathleen Jones, is a freelance artist and a student at Kendall College of Art and Design, majoring in Fine Art, Painting.

William Jones is a student at Kendall College of Art and Design. Justin Kellner, M.F.A. in Painting, Kendall College of Art and Design, is a freelance artist and frequent instructor in the Continuing Studies program. Mary Leah Marshall, B.S. in Art Education, Grand Valley State University, has been an art teacher at Lake Marion Elementary School in Lakeville, Minnesota, and at Muscarelle Museum of Art, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg,Virginia. Gregg McChesney, M.F.A. in Painting, has taught at Western Michigan University. Linda McMurry, B.F.A., in Metalsmithing, University of Illinois, has taught metalsmithing at Columbia College, Colorado State University, and Trowbridge Crafts. Salim Muhammad, B.F.A. in Digital Illustration, Kendall College of Art and Design, is a freelance illustrator. Tim Nielsen, M.P.A., Michigan State University, is a graphic designer and photographer. He has worked in graphic design and printing for over thirty years. Maureen Nollette, M.F.A. in Painting and Sculpture, City University of New York, Queens, was Professional Development Leader at Studio in a School in New York, New York, where she taught art for children and adults. Joanne Perko, B.F.A., Kendall College of Art and Design, has more than twenty years’ experience as an artist and interior designer. Molly Pettengill, M.F.A. in Painting, Kendall College of Art and Design, is a freelance artist.

instructor bios

BIOGRAPHIES

Corinne Roberts, B.F.A. in Illustration, Kendall College of Art and Design, is a frequent instructor in the Continuing Studies program. Amanda Schaub, is a student at Kendall College of Art and Design, majoring in Illustration. Melissa Sirk, B.F.A., Kendall College of Art and Design, is a graduate student at Kendall, with an emphasis in Painting. She has shown her work at numerous local and regional venues. Devin Slattery, M.F.A. in Drawing, Kendall College of Art and Design, is a freelance illustrator. Amanda Stark, M.F.A. in Jewelry and Metalsmithing, Bowling Green State University, is a freelance artist. Dana Toader, B.A. in Visual Communication, Otterbein College, is a graduate student at Kendall College of Art and Design, with an emphasis in Painting. David White, M.F.A. in Painting and Drawing, Ohio University, is a freelance artist and exhibits his work locally and regionally. Amy Zainea, M.A., Grand Valley State University, has worked as an educator and graphic artist. C.J. Zondervan, B.F.A. in Interior Design, Kendall College of Art and Design, is N.C.I.D.Q. certified with specialized studies in historic preservation and restoration. Her interior design commissions have included The Grand Rapids Symphony Showhouse, The Governor’s Summer Residence, Mackinac Island, and the Nantucket Preservation Trust. Her work has been featured in a number of national magazines.

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HOW TO REGISTER

Youth & Young Adult Classes

Adult Classes

Registration Deadlines August 16, 2010 Early Registration Deadline

Registration Deadlines August 16, 2010 Early Registration Deadline

Session I: September 7, 2010 Session II: October 25, 2010

Session I: September 1, 2010 Session II: October 25, 2010

Early Registration Tuition Discount Individuals who register early for Continuing Studies classes are eligible for a 15% Early Registration Tuition Discount (supply and lab fees are not included). This may not be used in conjunction with other discounts and may not be used for featured workshops page 15. The early registration deadline for Fall 2010 is August 16 at 5:00 p.m.

REGISTRATION

REGISTRATION

Discounts Kendall provides the following discounts off tuition* (excluding lab and supply fees): • Kendall College of Art and Design Alumni, their spouses and children under the age of eighteen (10% discount)

how to register: Enrollment is on a first-come, first-served basis. To register, complete the attached registration form(s), page 26, and mail with payment to Kendall Continuing Studies, 17 Fountain Street, NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503, visit www.kcad.edu/youth-and-adults/ or call 616.451.2787 x2012.VISA, MasterCard and Discover credit or debit cards are the preferred method of payment. Registrations can also be faxed to 616.831.9689. Registration is not valid unless accompanied by payment.

• Multiple members of a family registering for a class in the same session (10% discount) • Kendall Foundation Board Members (10% discount) • Kendall Adjunct Faculty (10% discount) • Kendall Continuing Studies Instructors (10% discount) • Current full-time Kendall students, their spouses and children under the age of eighteen (10% discount)

Cash and Checks Cash and checks are accepted but are not the preferred method of payment. Appropriate fees will be charged for checks which are returned unpaid due to insufficient funds. Please be aware when paying by cash or check, that if your class is cancelled you will need to complete additional paperwork in order to be reimbursed. Please allow up to five weeks processing time for refunds of payments made by check. Class Cancellation We reserve the right to cancel classes due to insufficient enrollment, with a full refund. If you registered as part of a group and one person’s class is cancelled, registrations for classes that have not been cancelled will not be refunded. Tuition paid by the preferred method of debit or credit card will be credited back to your card. Please allow up to two weeks processing time for refunds. Tuition paid by check will require you to fill out additional paperwork before obtaining a refund. Please allow up to two weeks processing time for refunds of payments made on credit or debit cards and five weeks processing time for refunds of payments made by cash or check. Most of our adult classes meet for seven sessions.Tuition fees, however, are based on six sessions in the event that unforeseen circumstances result in the cancellation of one of the classes. Withdrawal From Class/ Refund Policy There will be a full refund of tuition and fees for withdrawal requests submitted prior to the final registration deadline. There will be a partial (50%) refund of tuition and fees for withdrawal requests submitted after the final registration deadline and up to 24 hours before the class begins. A 50% fee will be charged for course transfers after the final registration deadline. No course transfers will be permitted on or after the day of the first class. There will be no refund of tuition or fees for withdrawal requests submitted on or after the day of the first class. Please allow up to two weeks processing time for refunds of payments made on credit or debit cards and five weeks processing time for refunds of payments made by cash or check. Inclement Weather In the event that classes are cancelled due to weather, an announcement will be made on local television stations. Adult classes will not be rescheduled. Most of our adult classes meet for seven sessions. Tuition fees, however, are based on six sessions. In the event that unforeseen circumstances result in the cancellation of one of the classes, we will make every attempt to reschedule youth classes or adult classes that have met less than six times.

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• Senior Citizens, age 62 and older (10% discount) LIMIT: One tuition discount per registration. *Tuition discounts do not apply to featured Workshops.

Supplies Supplies for classes are not included in the cost of the class, unless indicated by a supply fee. Youth class participants who pay a supply fee for a drawing class will receive the supplies in packet form which they will take home with them at the end of class. Photography and computer classes include a lab fee, but additional supplies may be required as well. Class outlines and supply lists for adult classes will be furnished with receipt of payment. Location All classes will be held at Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University, 17 Fountain Street, NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503, unless otherwise indicated in the course description. Some classes may include field trips in the downtown area. Students will be notified by their instructor in advance about any change of location. Parking On-street parking is free after 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday, and all day Saturday and Sunday. Parking is available in the city ramp one block west of Kendall. Photographs With enrollment, a student consents to being photographed in classes or student activities on or off campus. These photographs may be used by the College in future promotional efforts, without specific written permission from the student. Drop off and Pick up of Youth Youth may be dropped off at the Fountain Street entrance or accompanied into the building by an adult. An adult will supervise the lobby area for fifteen minutes prior to the beginning and end of all classes, and during the lunch period. A fee of $15.00 will be charged for any child under the age of eighteen who remains in the building more than one half hour after the end of class. Unclaimed ArtWork All art work produced in the fall sessions 2010 must be claimed on or before December 22, 2010. The College is not responsible for any work left after that date.

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REGISTRATION form YOUTH Student’s Name:

DOB:

Student’s Name:

DOB:

Parent’s Name: Day Phone:

Cell Phone:

Evening Phone:

Email:

Early Registration Deadline August 16, 2010 Registration deadlines: Session 1: September 7, 2010 Session II: October 25, 2010

Discounts

Street or PO Box:

Early Registration (15%)

City:

State:

Zip:

KCAD Alumni (10%) KCAD Foundation Board Member (10%)

Course Title:

Course #:

Current Full-time KCAD Student (10%)

Course Title:

Course #:

Continuing Studies Faculty (10%)

Course Title:

Course #:

Adjunct Faculty (10%)

Course Title:

Course #:

Multiple Family Member (10%) Senior Citizen (10%)

Method of Payment

VISA

MasterCard

Discover

Account #:

Expiration Date:

Security Code:

Tuition $:

Supply/Lab Fee $:

Total $:

Checks should be made payable to Kendall Continuing Studies of Ferris State University Refund Policy — 50% for class withdrawals after the final registration deadline, no refunds 24 hours before the class.

Limit one tuition discount per registration.

REGISTRATION form adult Student’s Name:

Early Registration Deadline August 16, 2010

Student’s Name: Day Phone:

Cell Phone:

Evening Phone:

Email:

Registration deadlines: Session 1: September 1, 2010 Session II: October 25, 2010

Directions and Parking From U.S. 131 follow Pearl Street to the east, turn south on Division Avenue and west on Fountain Street. Use our Fountain Street entrance. On-street parking is free after 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday and all day Saturday. Parking in the lot directly behind Kendall, adjacent to Pearl Street, is prohibited. Violators will be ticketed.

QUESTIONS? Call 616.451.2787, or 800.676.2787, extension 2012 www.kcad.edu

Street or PO Box: Zip:

Discounts

City:

State:

Course Title:

Course #:

Course Title:

Course #:

Course Title:

Course #:

Continuing Studies Faculty (10%)

Course Title:

Course #:

Adjunct Faculty (10%)

Early Registration (15%) KCAD Alumni (10%) KCAD Foundation Board Member (10%) Current Full-time KCAD Student (10%)

Multiple Family Member (10%) Method of Payment

VISA

MasterCard

Senior Citizen (10%)

Discover

Account #:

Expiration Date:

Security Code:

Tuition $:

Supply/Lab Fee $:

Total $:

Checks should be made payable to Kendall Continuing Studies of Ferris State University Refund Policy — 50% for class withdrawals after the final registration deadline, no refunds 24 hours before the class.

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Limit one tuition discount per registration.

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