Open City Arts Program
KyCAD’s Open City Arts Program is an artistic hub designed to connect individuals in the community seeking creative opportunities from industry professionals and faculty. Our classes offer an opportunity to tap into your creative abilities at varying ages and level. You don’t have to identify as an artist, you just need to love art and design.
Summer 2021 Community Art + Design Schedule
The Art of Film Production: the Pillow Fort Approach
June 15 – July 27, 2021 / Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm / 7 classes
Create your own rules and your own world! Just like building a fort with pillows, blankets, and cardboard boxes, we’ll explore the development of concepts, storyboard creation, style guide, and on camera interpretation using accessible tools and creative problem solving.
Amber Thieneman, School Outreach Manager, Speed Art Museum, co-creator of I SEE I THINK I MAKE
Darrick Wood, Gallery Education Manager, Speed Art Museum, co-creator of I SEE I THINK I MAKE
ART, DESIGN & SOCIAL IMPACT
June 17 – July 22, 2021 / Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:30 pm / 6 classes
Do you love the arts? Are you an artist? Do you have an innovative idea for change? Are you seeking a way to change our world? In this six-week course, students eager to learn the impact art + design have on our environment will explore and develop new ideas that will engage the world around them. With an emphasis on project-based learning, you will learn how to become a critical and creative problem solver, while being exposed to creative outlets for personal expression.
Colleen Clines, Co-Founder of the Anchal Project
- Course space is limited.
- Register early to guarantee a spot.
- Registration will close when full, or on the start-date of the course.
- Fees are listed next to each course on the course list.
- Must be 17 or older to register
Office of Admissions
Kentucky College of Art + Design
505 West Ormsby Avenue
Louisville, KY 40203