For 10-14 year olds | virtual studio
Already familiar with Canva or the basics of graphic design? Looking for ways to refine your designs and make them stand out!
Building on the introductory Canva session, we’ll dive into what makes graphic design compositions successful. We’ll discuss and compare design examples, focusing on proximity, alignment, white space, repetition, and contrast. Then we will each create our own book cover, infographic or other design project.
Registration for this event closes one hour before the scheduled start time. The Zoom link will be emailed to all attendees 30 minutes before the start of the studio. If you are having trouble logging in, please contact the instructor of this course directly at email@example.com.
Participation in the Intro to Canva studio or familiarity with Canva or graphic design basics recommended, but not required.
Participants will learn:
more ways to navigate the free Canva design software
more principles of graphic design composition
give and receive kind and constructive feedback
Participants will practice:
Mac PC, Chromebook or tablet
Strong internet connection
Free Canva app download for Windows or Mac (https://canva.com)
Media (photos, drawings loaded on the device)
Talent, intelligence and a love of design are evenly distributed in our society, but opportunities and resources are not. We are committed to making our programming sustainable and accessible to everyone by offering our studios online for free.
To help maintain our programming, please consider adding a $10 donation if and when it suits you. Thank you!
Michelle is a teaching artist specializing in visual arts, photography, video/sound editing and theatre. A Chicago native, she collaborated with K-12 teachers to integrate the arts into academic content for 16 years after earning a BA in Arts Education from UIUC. Michelle continues to support student voice in Atlanta as an educator through MODA and the High Museum of Art.
Digital citizenship and the campMODA community
MODA classes give children a chance to explore their interests and try out different roles. We work to empower students by giving them choices, both to practice the skills they already have and to learn new ones.
Our class will create a new digital community for your child. It is essential to know how to be a good member of the community. We expect participants to be respectful members of the community and to engage in respectful communication, even (or especially) with those who are very different from themselves. Respecting these differences is the key to digital citizenship.
We are committed to creating classroom environments where students respect and learn from each other.
This class is a creative learning environment. All registrants accept:
respect others in all circumstances
engage in collaborative practices with campers and instructors
use only appropriate language in verbal and written conversations
use the chat box for learning and socializing purposes
do not spam the chat box
not to troll other participants and/or their creations
MODA reserves the right to immediately remove any participant if they engage in conduct that undermines the experiences of other participants and is inconsistent with the course objective.
Let’s keep it fun and educational! Thank you for sharing this information with your young designer!
Zoom Details and Cancellation Policy
You will receive the link to join this studio by e-mail approximately 30 minutes before its start. Please note: registration for this design studio closes one hour before the start of the studio.
If the studio has less than three students registered, MODA reserves the right to cancel the studio, especially if it is a studio that includes peer-to-peer collaboration. These studios are great ways for friends to meet and learn together virtually! If we have to cancel, we will contact you at least thirty minutes before the studio.
If we cancel this studio, we will refund you in full. If you need to cancel, we will give you a credit that will allow you to register at another MODA studio. We design our offerings to mix and match so your learner can gain knowledge and skills across multiple platforms and domains. There are plenty of options to choose from!
Need help choosing a studio? Please send us a message and we will help you create a personalized program for your learner.
Shining from Boot Exemption:
This program is not authorized by Bright from the Start: Georgia Department of Early Care and Learning and does not require authorization. Bright from the Start does not regulate or regularly inspect this program. For more information, go to www.decal.ga.gov or call 404.657.5562.
Young designers with different learning styles or special learning needs are welcome in MODA education programs. We will be able to more effectively help your young designer learn and benefit from this experience if we know these needs. Please email education@museumofdesign with questions or information.
1315 Peachtree Street Northeast Atlanta, GA, 30309 United States
Mon: Closed Tue: Closed Wed: 12pm – 7pm Thu: 12pm – 7pm Fri: 12pm – 7pm Sat: 12pm – 7pm Sun: 12pm – 7pm
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