Monart is a teaching system that helps students to focus and concentrate, make decisions, solve problems, sequence and develop hand-eye coordination. In a peaceful environment students learn that drawing is a teachable subject in which anyone can be successful. The Monart Method teaches the individual to draw using the five basic Elements of Shape. Once students recognize these elements, they are guided as to how they might combine them on paper so that their drawings represent what they see. Each week students work with highly qualified, supportive instructors on projects designed to teach the Elements of Shape and to create a unique and fully-developed composition. In classes at Monart, students explore a wide range of subject matter, media, and artistic techniques so that they may continually develop their skills at their own pace.
Monart's classes seamlessly integrate relevant, age-appropriate academic curriculum in inviting and interesting ways. Their curriculum includes academic subject matter such as reading, math, science, social studies and geography. Students not only learn to draw, for example, a toucan, but they also learn about its features, habitat, and feeding habits. At Monart every student receives a well-designed art lesson, individualized attention, academic information of interest.
|Resources:||Arts opportunities (art, music, theater, etc)|
|Website:||Monart School of Art|
|Location:||4007 Bellaire Blvd, Suite FF, Houston, TX 77025|
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