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Studio Arts Program: September-June
Embrace Originality & Build Confidence through Creative Process! 
Young Artist Program Age 8.5+ & Middle School / High School
The program is ideal for young creative thinkers who have strong interests in art with well placed work ethics to better their techniques and broaden their knowledge. With well guided medium-based fine arts instructions, this program is designed to help empower each art learner’s originality and build confidence in their artistic development. This curriculum explores art theories & techniques in paintings & drawings for all levels and in time they build strong art vocabularies with an intellectual wealth of visual art library. They are encouraged to take responsibility of their creative process and must manage their own artist materials. This program is designed for serious art learners.
Art with Mrs. Ma
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Portfolio development for High School is recommended to begin in 6th grade. For undergraduate admissions, sophomore
year in high school is a good start to begin prepare for portfolio. 
Fundamental studies with the Studio minimum of 2 years are recommended prior to development of portfolio; independent studies may be recommended for those who have not been exposed to any fundamentals. Meet the same schedule every week, with minimum 2-hour standard weekly are available, 16 weeks in 5-month spring/fall sessions.




Check out our latest art show snapshots, enjoy! Link in the page.

FALL 2014 ART (3-page) Program Guide & Tuition/schedule: Fall-2014

FALL 2014 16-week ART Calendar


Art with Mrs. Ma
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Fine Arts age 8.5-16 with Mrs. Ma: ideal for serious learners, visit Student Art & Portraits Gallery for more publishings. (T-Sat. 2-3hr. group lessons)
Fine Arts for Portfolio (age 12-16) with Mrs. Ma:
visit ART School Portfolio Tab for competitive & serious curriculum (School Year: Private &
Fri/Sat lessons)


Fall Session 2014 with Ms. Christine Roepken

Younger Beginners for age 5.5-8.5: Mon 4-5:30 & Sun 10:30-12 (supplies included)

Serious Beginners for age 8.5-16:  Sun 12:30-2:30 (exclude supplies)


The bridge to fine arts curriculum is structured to explore fundamental concepts &

skills. Younger art learners, who are ready to separate from parents, ready to make art independently, are encouraged in a creative environment with an enjoyable pace. Develop fundamentals with their fine motor skills while making art in various styles. They will learn basic art vocabularies, and explore critical building blocks in learning appropriate use of artist materials. Basic supplies included. Mondays' 17-week per semester curriculum includes (1) project in comic/drawing, (1) pastels & (1) charcoal, and (1-2) watercolor & paintings.


A working artist/illustrator, graduated with the Bachelor of Fine Art from School of Visual Arts and Master degree in Art Education from Adelphi University, collaborated in comic series for NY Comic-Con in 2011. She also provides comic art instructions for the past six summers for L.I. Usdan Center for the Arts.
Click to view Ms. Christine's Bio & Art Portfolio.
Art with Ms. Christine
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FALL 2014 Preview: enrollment begins in June, 2014!!

An audition is welcome to observe a class and try out before enrollment with $20 audition fee. Audition fee to be applied toward program tuition. Download 3-page program guide/policy: Fall-2014.  Classes are available 7 days a week, for 16 week per session, with new schedules on Sundays. Pre-enrollment welcome to reserve a spot. Please arrange with an appointment. $50pp non-refundable deposits will be accepted to hold a spot and deposits will be applied toward standard tuition for the new session.