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Masters, Then and Now Program
Masters, Then and Now Class

Masters, Then and Now

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Art education classes for the non-traditional student, with lessons for students grades K-12, taught from the Masters Then and Now book. Held at the Atchison Public Library, students create in-depth art projects, and are able to use the library's resources to complement each lesson.


WHERE: Basement of Atchison Public Library

WHEN: September-April, Every Friday from 1-3:30pm


Cost is $35/student plus supplies.

Masters, Then and Now is a complete art education package with lessons for
homeschool students grades K-12. The program was developed by Sister Helen Buening, and gifted to the Atchison Art Association as a resource for non-traditional students.


The program contains 50 unique lessons, using various media, to which anyone, any age, can relate. Each lesson covers two pages. While the art works in this book were produced by children in grades K-8, many of the lessons are a challenge to high school students and beyond.


Cost is $25/book