Wednesdays: Art Journaling [Teens & Adults] at Whole World Arts
MarketFair Mall, 3535 Route 1
Princeton, NJ 08540
Teaching Artist: Kiki Parry
Adults and Teens: Wednesdays, 6:30-8:00 pm
September 22 - October 13: 4 sessions
$132 Member* | $150 Non-member
*Household member or higher for teens
Materials fee: $25 due start of the class
Location: Whole World Arts, Princeton Marketfair Mall
This fun and rewarding hobby will help you take introspection and memory-catching to the next level. Journalists will work in a variety of mediums (colored pencils, different types pens, collage, paint, scissors) to write and illustrate feelings, events, and moods. This 4-week session will direct you to follow your instincts, leading to greater self-awareness and a feeling of accomplishment, having set your creativity to a page you can view forever.
Materials fee: $25 Includes one journal you will use and keep. Location: Whole World Arts Center, Princeton MarketFair (near AMC theater)
Covid Protocols: Classes and workshops held in all spaces at the art center and Whole World Arts utilize an HVAC system supplemented with portable HEPA filtration systems. Fresh air is introduced whenever possible. Classes are spaced appropriately to allow 3 - 6 ft. of social distancing. Acrylic barriers are utilized, as needed. Mask wearing is strongly encouraged for all adults regardless of vaccination status, and required for all youth classes. All our staff and Teaching Artists have been vaccinated. High-touch surfaces are wiped down regularly using certified cleaning agents. Hand sanitizer is available in all classrooms. Youth visual arts classes have their own sanitized art supplies to be used.
About the Teaching Artist
Graphic designer Kiki Parry brings 25+ years experience in the arts, including teaching and operating her own greeting card and custom stationary business. Her degree in in Advertising and Psychology from Boston University’s College of Communication helps her every day. In the past Kiki has created album packaging for the independent music industry and fronted a rock band. After becoming a Mom, she took her Art Directing skills home, founding her local business Alternate Greetings.
"I've kept an Art Journal since before it had an official title - I just called it my 'Booke' and filled it with diary entries, sketches, and whatever was on my mind at the time. I'm thrilled to see more recognition given to this hobby, and I look forward to sharing the habit with new and seasoned journalists." Kiki's perspective as a WW-P parent and art teacher will add a unique and playful energy to this new offering at the WWA.
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