March 26, 2012

Community’s Studio to Offer Drawing Class for Young Artists Mar. 31-Apr. 14

FORT COLLINS, Colo. – Front Range Community College is offering a new Community Studio class that begins March 31 and will be held at the Fort Collins Museum of Art. Drawing Live is open to students ages 6 to 16 (grouped into two classes for 6-11-year-old students and 12-16-year-old students). Over the course of three two-hour Saturday classes, students will learn to bring more realism to their work and develop their individual style and creativity. Students will work with pencils, charcoal, ink, and water-based paint. Beginning and more experienced young artists welcome. Cindy Burkhart, local artist and teacher of Art Education for Visual and Media Arts at FRCC, teaches the class.

The class fee is $50 and includes all materials. Registration is limited to 15 students, and registration is open until Wednesday, March 28. Register at

The Community’s Studio is a partnership between FRCC and the Fort Collins Museum of Art.


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About Front Range Community College

FRCC offers nearly 100 degree and certificate programs from locations in Boulder County, Larimer County, Westminster, and Brighton, and online. FRCC is a member of the Colorado Community College System, the state’s largest system of higher education serving more than 151,000 students annually. CCCS oversees career and academic programs in the 13 community colleges in Colorado and career and technical programs in more than 160 school districts and seven other post-secondary institutions.

About the Fort Collins Museum of Art

The mission of the Fort Collins Museum of Art is to engage our community in cultural experiences that promote an awareness and appreciation of the visual arts.

To offer our audiences the highest-quality art experiences, the Fort Collins Museum of Art presents a diverse series of exhibitions, community events, publications and educational programs for children and adults.

The Fort Collins Museum of Art seeks to enrich the cultural life of the region and advance community understanding of the power of the visual arts to foster life-long learning, social interaction and personal inquiry.

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