Creativity Through Mathematical Art II

Line Design B

ABOUT THIS CLASS:

Did you enjoy Creativity Through Mathematical Art I? Now that you know how to use a straight edge and protractor correctly with basic designs, let's take your learning and creativity to the next level. In Creativity Through Mathematical Art II we'll make cool art and sneak in concepts like measuring and drawing angles of different degrees and other fascinating concepts of geometry and mathematical art.

STARTS JUNE 29


DURATION:
June 29 - July 3, 2020

MEETS: 90 minutes per day/5 days

TIME: 3-4:30pm Pacific (find your local time here)

STARTS JUNE 1 (CLOSED)


DURATION:
June 1-5, 2020

MEETS: 90 minutes per day/5 days

TIME: 3-4:30pm Pacific (find your local time here)

RECOMMENDED AGES: 10 and up

REQUIRED SUPPLIES: a math compass in addition to the supplies you used in Creativity Through Mathematical Art I (ruler with centimeters, paper, pencil with eraser, and circular protractor or regular protractor)

COST: $150 for 5-class series

CANCELLATION POLICY: Classes are fully refundable until 24 hours after the first meeting.

INSTRUCTOR BIO: 

Known simply as Ms. Math to children across the country, Dr. Rachel McAnallen has devoted her life to sharing the joy and beauty of mathematics with learners of all ages.  A professional educator for more than 60 years, she travels the globe teaching her subject at every grade level. Recently Rachel has co-authored with Carol Williams, children’s math books and teaching manuals that accompany the books. A life-long learner, Rachel approaches the world around her with a boundless curiosity and a playful sense of humor that is reflected in her teaching style. She believes that mathematics is a language to be spoken, a music to be heard, an art to be seen, and a dance to be performed.

 

 

A scholarship may be available for this class. Contact support@brightandquirky.com to inquire.

It's time to take the line design skills you learned in Creativity Through Math Art I and take them to the next level!

INSTRUCTOR: Rachel McAnallen, PhD