Art World School follows all OHA guidelines, is strictly limiting the number of students to 8 per classroom, uses a air sanitization system throughout the school, requires all staff/students/visitors to wear masks and enter upon taking temperature checks, requires all attendees who has travelled in the last 2 weeks to wait 2 weeks before entering the school, limits the number of people entering the school, and follows strict cleaning procedures before and after all classes.
|Fine Art Classes In Person or Online||Clay Arts & Crafts Calligraphy||After School Program||Fall Camp/Spring Camp/Summer Camp/Winter Camp/No School Day||Birthday Parties|
|Class Size||Maximum of 10 Students per Class||Maximum of 10 Students per Class||Maximum of 30 Attendees|
|Days/Times Offered||Mondays-Saturdays||Mondays-Saturdays||Mondays - Fridays||Mondays - Fridays||Based on Availability Mondays-Sundays|
|Enrollment Options||Many Class Options and Different Projects Available|
Art world School is a professional art school established in 1997 in Portland and now located in NW Portland, close to the Beaverton, Bethany, and Forest Heights areas. It was established by Pacific Northwest artist Jiao Ying, who's works have been shown in galleries across the Northwest. She established the school to create a learning center for students of all ages who are interested in art to learn the skills they have also wanted to, to create the art they have always wanted to. The school stresses on the importance of helping each student develop a strong basic skills set by learning the fundamentals of art, concepts, and methods first. Students are trained in all mediums of fine art such as drawing, sketching, painting, color theory, and composition. Students also work extensively with different mediums such as various types of pastels, color pencils, watercolor painting, acrylic painting, oil painting, and gauche. Professional instructors teach each student step by step with constant feedback to insure each student learns through the process of creating art and shows improvement with each class. The school soon expanded to include other types of art and mediums such as clay, arts & crafts, 3D art, sculpture, architecture, and mixed media. There was soon the addition of other programs such as seasonal camps (winter camp, fall camp, summer camp), an after school program, no school day program, more day and evening classes, as well as weekend classes. Class sizes are always small each student's lesson plan is personalized to suit the individual, their own level, and interests. The instructor gives each student individual attention, instruction, and feedback during each class to optimize the class quality. In 2018, Jiao Ying's daughter Mimi Yan (Artist educated from Pratt Institute and Portland State University with background in Fine Art, Art History, Graphic Design and profile can be found under the founders section of the website) opened a new location for Art World School in NW Portland where students in the are can experience the same classes and programs, with the additional of Yoga, calligraphy, and Chinese Mandarin classes. The after school program is offered with transportation provide to nearby schools - Findley Elementary, Bonny Slope Elementary, Cedar Mill Elementary, Forest ParK Elementary, Terra Linda Elementary, Sato Elementary, Jacob Wismer Elementary, Rock Creek Elementary, Bethany Elementary, Springville Elementary, West TV Elementary and more. There is a variety of different day, evening, and weekend classes for all ages. Student have won number state, national, and international art competitions in contests such as the Doodle for Google, Federal Junior Duck Stamp competition, State Fish Competition, Oregon Humane Society Annual Poster Contest, Cray Pas Wonderful Colorful World Art Competition, World Children's Museum Art Competition, Unicef Card Design Competition, Co/Alliance for Justice Poster Contest, and more. Art World School also holds an annual art show for students at the Portland Art Museum for them to showcase their artworks, learn from each other, and share their art with the Portland community. Media Publications about Art World School and the art students have been in found in the Oregonian, Tigard Times, Portland Chinese Times, and more.
In 2020, Art World School opened new homework help classes for distance learning students, new day camp classes, and online classes to support education during the pandemic. All protocols for social distancing and OHA guidelines are followed.
Since it's establishment in 1997 Art World School students have received much recognition and art awards in state, national, and international art competitions. Students from the Portland, Beaverton, Bethany, Tigard, Vancouver, Lake Oswego, West Linn, Clackamas, and greater Portland area have participated these art competitions have not just received success with their submission but success from learning through the process as well. Art contests such as the Humane Society's Annual Poster Contest, State Fish Art Contest, Federal Junior Duck Stamp Competition, World.
Art World School holds two art shows every year for all students. Students from our after school program, fine art program, online art program, summer camp, spring camp, winter camp, no school day camp, and fall camp can participate with their works. The art shows are intended as opportunities for students to showcase their completed artworks, critique their artworks with viewers, and also learn from each other's artworks. Annual art shows are held at the Portland Art Museum, Washington Square Mall, Cedar Mill library, as well as other venues in the Portland, Beaverton, Bethany, Tigard, West Linn, Lake Oswego, Vancouver, and Clackamas areas.
Art World School holds art performance events every year for students to demonstrate live drawing. This showcases the strong art foundation and basic skill sets that they develop from classes in the fine art program and after school program at Art World School. Students are able to draw a picture with some color in a limited time frame in front of an audience in these events. These live drawing events have been held by Art World School at venues as as the Portland Art Museum, Washington Square Mall, Cedar Mill Library, as well as other venues in the Portland, Beaverton, Bethany, Tigard, West Linn, Lake Oswego, Vancouver, and Clackamas areas. Students are able to demonstrate their drawing, sketching, coloring, and painting skills during these live drawing events.
Art World school has skill based programs that help each student develop a strong basic skills set by learning the fundamentals of art, concepts, and methods first. We hope to use our professional guidance to help students create the art they have always wanted to.
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The professional and dedicated teachers at Art World School seek to teach project based classes with Positive Behavioral Intervention System, and personal attention to every student. The small classes allow teachers to tier lesson plans for different students and optimize teaching quality from all of our teachers.
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Art World School is conveniently located in the Remington Village complex in NW Portland, across from Findley Elementary School. It is situated next to the Bethany, Forest Heights, and Beaverton areas with a parking lot next to the school.
4062 NW Saltzman Rd Suite 206, Portland OR 97229