Classes available for teens this summer

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The Fuller Lodge Art Center is host to many art classes for teens to keep them creative over the summer. Each week-long class runs 1-4 p.m. and is held at Village Arts.
Price for participation is $110.
Here are the classes being offered this summer:
Urban Art. Nels Bjarke will teach teens techniques and styles of modern graffiti including stenciling and stickers. Students will get to work on the Village Arts graffiti wall. June 16-20.
Skateboard Design. Teens can learn how to make custom decks and get immersed in the styles of the skater movement with Nels Bjarke. June 23-27.
Beginning Drawing and Illustration — Mythical Creatures. Teens who loves the Jabberwocky maybe interested in this class. Don Bjarke will teach basic drawing techniques and guide students to create their very own apply them to the mythological creature. Initial focus on realism morphing into rendering well-known creatures and ultimately an individual creation. July 7-11.
Lego Perspective. Use Legos to learn about drawing perspective. In the class Lego Perspective teens will build structures with Legos then draw those creations learning about perspective and shading from Jacob Spill. Check out Spill’s art on Facebook. July 14-18.
Making your Mark. Learn calligraphy, lettering and mark making using a variety of tools in “Making Your Mark,” a class for teens. Former Bandelier ranger and calligrapher Rod Torres will teach the class. July 28-Aug. 1.
For more information about the classes or to sign up, call 662-1635.