June Jamz Art Class – Texas Stories
Extended for two more weeks! Join us for a weekly art activity and virtual discussion based on Texas History. Work at your own pace with recorded video lessons. Then, come together once a week on a virtual video chat or call with instructor Jerry Slayton and invited guest. All ages (with and without disabilities) are welcome–perfect for families looking for activities to do together.
- Wednesday, July 8 – Collage of Texas with Natural Dyes
- Wednesday, July 15 – The Coahuiltecan People of South Texas
- Wednesday, July 22 – The Goodnight Ranch
Are you a native Texan? Or maybe you have recently moved here. Either way, Texas history is a fascinating subject and there is always something new to learn. Join us in June and early July for a weekly art activity and virtual discussion based on Texas History.
Learn about Texas heroes such as the Caddo Indians, Elisabet Ney, Susanna Dickinson, the Buffalo Soldiers, El Camino Real and more during this six-week class. Work at your own pace all week with recorded video lessons. Then, come together once a week on a virtual video chat or call with Instructor Jerry Slayton to discuss the topic.
Each week will include a special guest and time to share what you have created. These activities are great for learners of all ages, with and without disabilities. Also, it’s perfect for families looking for activities to do together!
- Wednesdays, 1-2:00 pm
- June 3 – July 22, 2020
- Register online at https://forms.gle/7xnpzG5LTXcbMk98
- Questions? Contact us at [email protected]
About the Instructor
Jerry Slayton is the New Media Arts lead instructor for Art Spark Texas and most recently program manager of the Arc of the Arts. Currently, Jerry teaches graphic design and filmmaking in a partnership with AISD’s Go Project for young adults with disabilities.