Visual Arts + Creative Expression
In this offering student-artists will explore visual expression through a variety of art project, focused lessons and varying mediums. Participants will use colored pencils, water color, chalk, acrylic paint, dyes, and clay to create inspired works of art. Crafts will draw inspiration from the their favorite plants, animals, landscapes, and the changing seasons. Participants will create abstract works as well, and deep dive into imaginative free hand drawings, paintings and more.
Thanks to our incredible Art TEAchers over the years this club has become widely popular and sells out quickly. We’re thrilled to have talented artists Grace Hubrig and Chloe Hadfield co-teach this offering, each are talented, super dedicated and fun teachers. Be sure to check out their bios below.
Who: Designed for Kinder – 5th Graders.
When: Sessions run from 3:00 – 4:45pm, for 6 sessions total. Dates are scheduled on the school calendar linked here.
- November 7, 14, 28
- December 5, 12, & 19
Where: Lower School Arts Cottage
Capacity: 15 student artists.
What to Bring: Art supplies will be provided. Please bring a snack and water.
Instructors: Grace Hubrig and Chloe Hadfield
Grace – Is excited to inspire your kids in the outdoors and in the studio! She grew up camping, hiking, and exploring in the outdoors- which culminated in hiking the Pacific Crest Trail last year. Grace is passionate helping kids experience the backcountry in a respectful way, so that they can enjoy it for years to come. There’s something magical about being out beyond civilization, and it is awesome to see kids experience this magic! In addition to her outdoor chops, Grace graduated from UCLA and majored in graphic design, and is a high level graphics and video media artist.
Chloe – Is a youthful and dedicated camp counselor and ski instructor, who has studied photography and taught art to lower and middle school age students. She’s reliable, confident and skilled at working with all types of students-artists across many disciplines. This summer Chloe thrived outside exploring the Sierra with campers in our Arts and Adventure, and Visual Arts offerings. She’s a positive role model for students and adults alike!
Register: Click here to register.
Scholarships – It’s our goal to ensure that programs are available to every enrolled student and family – program costs should not deter participation. To ensure this, Tahoe Expedition Academy offers need based financial assistance for Athletics and Activities programming. Please contact the TEA Athletics and Activities Department for details at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. All inquiries are confidential.