Art classes for toddlers, 3 year olds, Pre-K, lower elementary, upper elementary,
pre-teens, teens and adults. Students have fun while learning, as well as work towards a true understanding of how to transfer what we see in the world around us into pictures and objects we make. While doing that, students are also building up their portfolio with artwork in a variety of media, and developing verbally and socially. Students can also take advantage of open studio hours.
Due to the developing COVID-19 situation in NYC, the Canvas and Crayon classes are temporary taught online through Zoom. Anyone is welcome to join! Please get in touch if interested.
In addition, I offer classes based on Canvas and Crayon curriculum at outschool.com. Click on my outschool.com profile to see more.
About Jenya Frid
Jenya Frid has a BFA in Illustration from Parsons School of Design, and a MA in Art History from Hunter College. Her illustrations have appeared in many publications, including the New York Times and the Philadelphia Inquirer. At Hunter College, Jenya concentrated in print history, completing her MA thesis on the topic of early commercial printing.
Jenya has been a teaching artist at multiple programs and venues, including the Staten Island Museum’s education department, and her own art studio, Canvas and Crayon.