Creating Public Art Together II

Ages: 11-18
Day, Time: 9:30 – 10:30
Location: Room 3
COST: $110


Erika Bass

Erika Bass is a Seattle painter/printmaker with over 25 years of teaching experience. She loves teaching in the FLP community and is excited to continue exploring art making with the students. Her work is currently represented by Seattle Art Museum Gallery and Gallery.

class description

Creating community art: In this fun class we will look at examples of public art from all over the world, explore what makes it successful or not, and then create a permanent piece for Pegasus Book Exchange. Students will do an independent assignment to explore public art and have one investigative homework assignment.

Required Skills for Students to Be Successful in This Class:

Compliance with Family Rights & Responsibilities.


One independent assignment to explore public art.

field trips:

This class will be taking a field trip during class time on Friday, April 6.  Students will meet at 9:30 at Pegasus Book Exchange, located at 4553 California Drive SW. Parents/caregivers are expected to provide transportation back to FLP after the field trip ends so students can finish class on-site.  The field trip is expected to last no more than 30 minutes.

additional fees/supplies:


parent involvement:

Parents are welcome to quietly observe. Please arrange with the teacher prior to class.

Age Variances:

Please see our Age Variance Policy.