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Picasso's Basement LLC Offering Classes through Fanwood Recreation

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Fanwood Recreation Department will be presenting three Art Classes for their Winter 2013 Season. The three classes will be run by Fanwood based Picasso's Basement LLC which is an art enrichment program created and run by Art Educator and Illustrator Paula Cohen.


Picasso's Basement LLC is a new art enrichment program for all ages based in Fanwood NJ. It stresses individuality, encourages creativity, and promotes using recycled objects. Owner and Instructor Paula Cohen-Martin has been an illustrator for 20+ years and a mom who loves working with kids for 14+ years. 
Paula has a BFA from Parson's School of Design, a Certificate of Eligibility to teach Art in New Jersey and has been running a home-based art program for 2 years. 

Picasso's Basement LLC's classes are offered through the Fanwood Recreation Department and  is available to come to schools, kids and tween parties, senior groups, libraries, and scouting groups. 

MAKE YOUR OWN COMIC BOOK will be offered on Tuesdays 1/22-3/12 from 4-5pm at Forest Road Park. It's for 3-6th graders and takes students through the comic book making process. In the end their books will be printed into REAL comic books! 
PASSPORT TO ART will be offered on Wednesdays 1/23-3/13 from 4-5 at Lagrande Park. For 1-4th graders, artists will create passports and "travel" to different countries each work, creating new exciting art pieces. 
YOUNG AT ART is for ages 4-5 and will be offered on Thursdays from 1-2pm at Lagrande Park. It will feature fun projects inspired by our favorite childrens books. Artists will be introduced to collage, watercolor, pen and ink and sculpture.

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