OUR VIRTUAL PROGRAMS
CoachArt’s 1-on-1 and group lessons have traditionally taken place in person. But now that everyone’s using “social distancing” to avoid coronavirus, we’re using “virtual” (online) lessons to allow our volunteer coaches to continue to add magic to our students’ lives. See what we’re offering below.
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Upcoming Live Online CoachArt Clubs – CoachArt will be hosting online Clubs using Zoom, an online videoconferencing service. Kids and teens will receive live instruction and will be able to interact with their coach and the other kids and teens in our virtual classroom.
Virtual 1-on-1 Coaching – Our volunteer coaches are utilizing video chat to provide 1-on-1 instruction for all sorts of arts and athletic lessons including music, dance, art, cooking, yoga, and more!
Self-Guided CoachArt Lessons – Kids can use these instructions to do fun-filled CoachArt projects:
If you’re an enrolled CoachArt family, we’ll be glad to provide you with free lesson materials that your child can use to complete any of our self-guided lessons — just fill out and submit this Lesson Materials Request Form.
Schedule for upcoming Facebook Live tutorials
Thursday, June 25, 2 pm
Painting: Join Erick for a guided painting lesson! With step-by-step instruction, students will be able to follow along and complete a rendition of this week’s artwork! No experience necessary, just the desire to have fun!
- 1 Canvas Panel: we are using an 11×14 size, but any size works. A substitution can be cardstock paper.
- 2 Paintbrushes: one round brush, and one flat brush, but any paintbrushes you have available work too.
- Acrylic Paint: Yellow, red, blue, black, and white. Watercolors are also a suitable substitution.
- A Paint Palette: it can be a paper plate or recycled cardboard.
- Disposable water cup.
- An apron or wear clothes you don’t mind getting dirty.
Instructor: Erick, Senior Program Manager
Wednesday, July 1, 2 pm
Baking: Learn to bake delicious Vegan Peanut Butter and M&M’s Cookies! Follow along using simple ingredients and have freshly baked cookies in just ten minutes!
- Flour (I will use Oat Flour, can substitute all-purpose, gluten-free flour blend or chickpea flour, or almond flour)
- Coconut Oil (or preferred vegetable oil, Olive Oil, Avocado oil)
- Peanut Butter (Can substitute almond butter)
- M&M’s (can substitute chocolate chips)
- Sugar (I will use brown sugar)
- Almond Milk (or preferred nut milk, or water)
- Baking Soda (optional)
- Baking Pan/Aluminum Foil
- Salt (optional)
Instructor: Jess, Program Assistant