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Course Description

In this class, we will work with visual journaling as a powerful way to record experiences and observations, both artistic and personal. Actively using a sketchbook encourages looking, brainstorming, new ideas, and directions for research, as we go about creating a collection of our own ideas and imaginings. Students will focus on creating their own personal sketchbook/journals to use as creative places to explore the artistic process and to establish a meaningful self-reflective practice. We will use a variety of mediums and experiment with diverse techniques for expression.

Tuition assistance is available for all kids programs. Please contact prior to registering online.

Cancellation Policy

AAN depends upon student tuition to continue to offer classes and workshops. Due to our commitment to small class sizes and the hands-on nature of art education, we are greatly impacted by cancellations. Nevertheless, we do understand that plans change. If you need to cancel your reservation for a class or workshop, please note our cancellation/refund policy here and let us know as soon as possible.


All materials included in tuition.

Sue Riddle

Sue Riddle believes creative expression to be an essential, inborn, human need. Though she often finds herself living like a hermit, (for many of us, art is a solitary pursuit), it is often in coming together with others, to make and do and share things, that the real magic happens. Sue holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design.
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