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Teen Studio Trial Days

Teen Studio Trial Days (Grades 6-12th)
We want your child to experience our program so your family can decide if it is the best fit for them. We schedule Trial Days on a space-available basis. If you then sign up for the program, Kala will prorate the total tuition for the time remaining in the program. Sliding scale/tuition assistance available for each program. 10% off multi-session and sibling discount.

We’re offering Trial Days for the following classes:

After School Teen Studio Art (Spring Enrollment)
Schedule: Wednesdays, 4- 6:30pm (2.5 hrs)
Spring Session:  Apr 27- June 1 (6 weeks)
Trial Day Fee: $70

Drawing for Teens: Still Life, The Figure, and The Landscape
Schedule: Wednesdays, 4- 6:30pm (2.5 hrs)
Spring Session:  Apr 19- May 31(7 weeks)
Trial Day Fee: $45

Visit Learn More- Teen Studio Program Info for more teen studio program details, including class notes, safety guidelines/COVID-19 protocols, enrollment info, school breaks, tuition assistance, and payment and cancellation policy.

  • Location: Kala Gallery & Community Classroom
  • Instructor: Yael Levy
  • Tuesday, Wednesday, February 2, 2022 — June 1, 2022
  • Materials included with fee

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About the Instructor:

Yael Levy is a mixed media artist, storyteller, printmaker and art teacher based in Berkeley, CA. She draws, paints, collages and writes. She often self publishes her work, and sometimes prints and binds it by hand. She loves playing with forms and format and mixing digital and tactile techniques. She enjoys telling others’ stories, making up imaginary creatures and just painting images of beautiful nature. She believes the creative process to be its own reward and the act of making an incredible tool for healing and growing. Born and raised in Israel, Yael  first moved to New York City in 2002 to attend the Art Students League of New York, later completing a BFA of Illustration from Parsons The New School for Design(2011). After four years doing design and illustrations for The Unemployed Philosophers Guild, she moved to California to pursue an MFA in Comics at CCA (2017). In recent years she’s been a Teaching Artist with Kala Art Institute, Richmond Art Center and JCC of the East Bay and ran workshops for various Zine Fests. Her work has been published by The Nib (2018), Birdy Magazine(2019), Forward Comix(2017 & 2020), The Baylies(2021) and SAW(2021).