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Arts at Planet Homeschool | Spring 2023 To Publications / Articles - Arts at Planet Homeschool | Spring 2023

Posted 11/3/22
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Fridays, 6 January–5 May 2023

16 weeks — no classes on Fri 17 Feb or Fri 7 Apr

Visual Arts

Blank sketchbook with pencils and pens.3rd Period (12:30 PM–1:45 PM)


Kimberly Guedes

  • ages 10–19 years

Students will learn drawing fundamentals while exploring their personal interests. In-class work will improve drawing skills and help students express their creativity. Each class will have a brief lecture followed by studio work. This class is great for beginning artists as well as more advanced ones.

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A top-down photo of a bundle of sharpened colored pencils.4th Period (1:50 PM–3:05 PM)

Art Club

  • ages 10–19 years

Find your voice, explore new artistic mediums, experiment with different styles, expand your portfolio, question everything, develop your techniques, collaborate with other artists, and solve problems as you create and interact with art and a supportive group of fellow artists.

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Three photos taken by Spring 2022 photography students. Wintery Bench, by Michael Oaks. Craftsmanship, by Leah Crain. Blokus, by Nolan Boysen. ©2022. All rights reserved. Used with permission.Photography Senior Seminar

Thursdays Online — 4th Period (2:00 PM–3:00 PM)

Kathy Oaks

  • ages 12–19 years

For photography students who want to deepen their knowledge and focus on developing their style further. This senior seminar, facilitated by Kathy Oaks, will help experienced photographers explore topics of interest and work on independent projects.

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Applied Arts

Link at Igromir 2012.2nd Period (10:35 AM–11:50 AM)

Cosplay Weapon and Prop Design

Ann Angle

  • ages 10–19 years

Have you ever wanted to look like your favorite anime character? Have you ever wanted to have that cool sword or shield from your favorite video game? Have you always wanted to make the same things as your favorite YouTubers but didn’t have the tools or space for it? Then this class is for you!

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Culinary Arts

Five red tomatoes in a wooden bowl.2nd Period (12:30 PM–1:45 PM)

Cooking Basics

Peter Hoh

  • ages 14–19 years

Peter believes that everyone should know how to put together a meal that’s healthy, delicious, and relatively inexpensive. This course will introduce students to some of the fundamental skills of cooking. This course will cover food safety, knife skills, pantry staples, basic sauces, sautéing, roasting, and steaming.

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Performing Arts — Theater

The Schloss Pfaueninsel, or Peacock Island Castle.3rd Period (12:30 PM–1:45 PM)

Topsy Turvy Tales - Collaboration in Theater and Writing

Rebekah Jorgensen

  • ages 10–19 years

Students in this course will have the chance to work collaboratively to create an original play based on a familiar tale. By focusing on teamwork in the performing arts, everyone will have the opportunity to provide creative input and use their strengths in creating the final product - whether that’s by brainstorming ideas, writing, acting, costume and prop creation, or a combination of roles. The class will start with a basic fairy tale or legend, explore different versions of that story, and then create their own, updated version, with the goal of performing their interpretation of the tale at the end of the semester.

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Performing Arts — Music

Close up on piano keys.Private lessons online. The day and time is arranged between the individual student and the instructor.

Piano Lessons

Mrs. Angie Szyman

  • ages 10–19 years

Piano lessons include instruction in note reading on the musical staff as well as ear training and music theory. Students learn piano technique, rhythm, improvisation, and performance preparation. An opportunity for students to share their music with family and friends will be at the end of the school year. Music lessons help students to gain confidence, expression, consistency in working toward a goal, and emotional enjoyment. Students will have fun and work hard to reap the benefits of making music at their fingertips!

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