Graphic Design Classes
What is Graphic Design?
A program offered for students interested in learning how to paint and draw digitally. Through one-on-one or small group classes, we help students work effectively in digital media. Our focus is to introduce students to the exciting world of digital art. Students will learn the basics of line drawing, learn how to make simple shapes, learn the basics of digital coloring, and combine these skills to create their projects.
The sessions are 90 minutes long. Students will have access to computers with Adobe software.
Knowing the program tools, students will tap into marketing designs by creating a series of self-branding. Students will also practice by creating marketing designs that will be used for Newspring events.
- Monday | 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
- Friday | 4:00 PM to 5:30 PM
Learning the digital programs, students will start their own digital portfolio by creating and exploring Adobe suits like Photoshop and Illustrator. They will design original works, as well as transforming their past traditional art digitally.
- Wednesday| 4:00PM to 5:30PM
All Newspring students have access to the Digital Lab. The Digital Lab is available on a first come first serve basis. Space is limited. To register please fill out the registration form online or stop by the studio. **Registration does not guarantee the requested spot. You will receive an email from the Visual Arts Coordinator confirming your class spot**
TO REGISTER: Stop by the studio or complete your application online!
If you have any questions? Please call us at 713-590-0100
$14 per student, per session, and a $20.00 supply fee. Total calculated uppon start date, no pro-rates. Payable at time of registration by credit card or check.
If the student participates in the 2019-2020 free/reduced lunch program tuition is waived.
Need more information? Contact us and we’ll be happy to help. Or give us a call at 713-590-0100.
Students will learn the basics of the following software programs.
Image editing and compositing
Vector graphics and illustration