WELCOME TO ASIAN ARTS SCHOOL
亚洲美术工作室教学大纲
AAS CLASS GOALS AND COURSE DESCRIPTIONS  
From August 29, 2017-May 26, 2018 , (total of 33 classes + 1art event )

To master 2D visual art skills and some professional techniques. 
Students draw human and animal cartoon figures. Later in the year, students study the effects of light and shadow.

Web sources:
Cartooning 1, by Jack Feeley
Manga for the Beginner, by Christopher Hart 
Making Faces, drawing expressions for comics and cartoons
Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist, by Christopher Hart
Draw Real Animals, by Lee Hammond
素描入门, 刘金城著  
儿童国画入门, 梁军著





COMING SOON!
ART AND MANDARIN SUMMER DAY CAMP 2017
From May 30-August 4 2017
What we learn in Summer Camp/Registration Form

COMING SOON!
SUMMER WEEKEND AND AFTERNOON ART CLASSES 2017
From May 30 to Aug. 6, 2016
What we learn in the Summer Art Class/Registration Form

ART AND MANDARIN 
SPRING DAY CAMP 2017
From March 27-March 31 2017
What we learn in Spring Camp/Registration Form

AFTERNOON EDUCATION RAINBOW 
From May 31-August 5 2016
What We learn in the Education Rainbow/Registration Form

SUMMER WEEKEND CLASSES 2016
From May 31-August 5, 2016
What We learn in the 
Summer Weekend Class/
Registration Form

SUMMER DAY CAMP 2016 
From May 31-Aug 5  2016
What we learn in Summer Camp/
Registration Form/Handbook

SPRING DAY CAMP 2016
From March 28-April 1 2016 
What we learn in 
Spring Camp/Registration Form

ART CLASSES 2015-2016 
From August 25, 2015 - May 22, 2016
What We Are Learning In 2015-2016
Class Calendar/
Class Schedule Registration Form
Tuitions Payments/School Rules and Policies

SUMMER WEEKEND CLASSES 2015
From June 6-August 2, 2015
What We learn in the 
Summer Class/Registration Form

SPRING DAY CAMP 2015 
From March 30-April 3, 2015
What we learn in 
Spring Camp/Registration Form

SUMMER DAY CAMP 2015 
From June 1-July 31 2015
What we learn in Summer Camp/
Registration Form/Handbook

SUMMER WEEKEND CLASSES 2014
From June 7-July 27, 2014
What We learn in Summer Art Classes /Registration Form

SPRING DAY CAMP 2014 
From March 31-June 4, 2014
What we learn in Spring Camp/
Registration Form

SUMMER DAY CAMP 2014 
From June 2-July 25, 2014
What we learn in Summer Camp/
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ART CLASSES 2013-14 
From September 3, 2013 - June 1, 2014
What We Are Learning In 2013-2014
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Tuitions Payments
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SUMMER DAY CAMP 2013 
From June 3-August 9, 2013
What we learn in Summer Camp/Registration Form/Handbook

SUMMER WEEKEND CLASSES 2013
What We learn in Summer Art Classes

SPRING DAY CAMP 2013 
From March 25-March 29, 2013
What we learn in Spring Camp/Registration Form

ART CLASSES 2012-2013
From August 28, 2012- May 26, 2013
What  We Are Learning In 2012-2013
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Class Schedule
Registration Form
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SUMMER DAY CAMP 2012 
From May 29-July 20, 2012
What we learn in Summer Camp/Registration Form/Handbook

SPRING DAY CAMP 2012
From March 26-March 30, 2012
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ART CLASSES 2011-2012 
From August 23, 2011- May 20, 2012
What  We Are Learning In 2011-2012
Class Calendar
Class Schedule
Registration Form
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SUMMER DAY CAMP 2011 
From May 30-July 29, 2011
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SUMMER WEEKEND AND EVENING CLASSES 2011 
What We learn in Summer Art Classes

ART CLASSES 2010-2011
From August 27, 2010 - May 22, 2011
What  We Are Learning In 2010-2011
Class Calendar
Class Schedule
RegistrationForm
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SUMMER WEEKEND AND EVENING 
FINE ART CLASSES 2010 
From June 4-August 1, 2010
What We learn in Summer Art Classes/Registration Form

SUMMER ART AND MANDARIN
 DAY CAMP 2010 
From June 7-July 30, 2010
What we learn in Summer Camp/Registration Form

SPRING ART AND MANDARIN WORKSHOP
From  March 29-April 2, 2010
What we learn in spring Workshop/Registration Form 


COMING SOON!
2017-2018 Proposed Schedule of Art Classes
- If you do not know at what level to register your student, take your best guess. If your child needs to be at another level, we can reassign him or her       after the first class.


Level 2 - STUDENTS FROM LAST YEAR’S A1 OR EQUIVALENT, 100% STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION 
Thursday, 3:30-4:30pm; Friday 4:30-5:30pm,  Saturday, 10:00-11:00am and 6:00-7:00pm;  Sunday, 10:00-11:00am and 1:00-2:00pm;  

Goal:                



Reference book: 
Intermediate - Level 3 - 3D Drawing Class - STUDENTS FROM LAST YEAR’S A2 OR EQUIVALENT, 50% STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION
Tuesday, 4:30-5:30pm; Thursday, 4:30-5:30; Saturday 5:00-6:00, Sunday 5:00-6:00pm

Goal:                



Reference book: 
To learn basic 2D drawing skills.  
Students draw animals, cars, buildings and people using basic shapes.  Cartoons are included.

Asian Arts Studio Drawing Instruction Book-Step by Step for Children Level 1A-by Lin Wei
Drawing Instruction Book by Lin Wei at Amazon.com
Drawing Instruction Book-by Lin Wei at FriesenPress 
Drawing Instruction Book-by Lin Wei at Barnes and Noble
Drawing Instruction Book-by Lin Wei at Google

Web sources:
Cartoon Cool, by Christopher Hart
Discover Manga Drawing, by Mario Galea
1-2-3 Draw Cartoon Animals, by Steve Barr
1-2-3 Draw Cartoon People, by Steve Barr
1-2-3 Draw Cartoon Cars, Trucks, and Other Vehicles, by Freddie Levin
儿童学画基本技巧, 刘金城  吕趁华著
儿童美术资料图库,程立雪 刘可编绘
To learn the 3D techniques of perspective, and light and shadow. 
Students practice still life, landscape, human and animal anatomy and proportions. They also practice perspective by drawing landscapes and architecture in cartoon and realistic styles.  

Web sources: 
Faces & Features, by Fritz Wills 
Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist, by Christopher Hart
素描入门续集, 刘金城 刘茗著
Drawing 3-D, a Step-by-step Guide to Perspective Drawing, by Doug Dubosque 
Draw 50 Buildings and Other Structures, by Lee J. Ames
Drawing People, by Gene Frank
To master the drawing and painting of people, animals and landscapes.  
Students draw from real-life human models and incorporate watercolors into their human figure drawing as part of refining their 3D techniques of perspective, and light and shadow.  

 Web sources: 
 Clouds & Skies, by William F. Powell
 How to Draw & Paint People, by Deborah Kauffman Yaun
 Anatomical Diagrams for Art Students, by James M. Dunlop
 绘画提高训练丛书-水粉静物, 刘金成 刘茗 刘洁  
 基础美术入门训练教材-组合素描静物  
 The Figure in Watercolor, by Mel Stabin
 Colored Pencil, by Sandra Angelo
Advanced - People, Animals and Landscapes - QUALIFIED ADVANCED STUDENTS, INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION  
Thursday, 6:30-8:30pm; Saturday, 11:00am-1:00pm

Goal:                 


Reference book:
Advanced - Independent Creative Projects - QUALIFIED ADVANCED STUDENTS, INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION  
Friday, 7:30-9:30pm; Saturday, 7:00-9:00pm; Sunday 3:00-5:00pm.

Goal:   




Reference book: 
To prepare art pieces for future professional or academic presentations. 
This class will feature a great deal of individualized attention to specific projects. The teacher will instruct and evaluate the individual student’s work from a professional perspective and impose a sense of urgency into the projects so as to faithfully simulate the demands of the professional world.

Web sources: 
Drawing People, by Gene Franks 
How to Draw and Paint Landscapes, by Anton Gutknecht
Acrylic Country Scenes, by Bob Bates
中央美术学院中青年教师素描选集, 中央美术学院青年艺术研究会著
基础美术入门训练教材-组合素描静物, 李勇智著
Color Secrets for Glowing Oil Paintings, by Douglas Purdon
The Works of Master Artists of the World
Plants, by Jim Harter
Animals, by Jim Harter

School dddress:  2101 Taraval Street
San Francisco, CA 94116
Hong Chen
Norah Higgins
Ashley Miao
Anne Oh
Giselle Kuang
Robert Shi
Fiona Huang
Intermediate - Level 5 3D Drawing and Painting Class 
STUDENTS FROM LAST YEAR’S A3 OR EQUIVALENT, 25% STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION
Tuesday 4:30-6:30 Saturday, 3:00-5:00pm; and Sunday, 11:00am -1:00pm

Goal:                



Reference book: 
To refine the 3D techniques of perspective, and light and shadow in drawing and painting 
Students practice still-life, landscape, human and animal anatomy. They also practice perspective by drawing landscapes (including architecture) in cartoon and realistic styles and in Chinese painting.  

Web sources: 
Faces & Features, by Fritz Wills 
Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist, by Christopher Hart
素描入门续集, 刘金城 刘茗著
Drawing 3-D, a Step-by-step Guide to Perspective Drawing, by Doug Dubosque 
Draw 50 Buildings and Other Structures, by Lee J. Ames
Drawing People, by Gene Frank
Intermediate - Level 4 3D Painting  - STUDENTS FROM LAST YEAR’S Level 3 3D Drawing Class - A2 OR EQUIVALENT, 50% STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION
Tuesday, 5:30-6:30pm; Thursday 5:30-6:30,  Saturday, 2:00-3:00pm; Sunday, 2:00-3:00pm

Goal:                




Reference book: 
To use the 3D techniques of perspective, and light and shadow in painting with watercolor,  tempera, and acrylic.  
Students continue to practice perspective by drawing still lifes, landscapes (including architecture) and human  figures in three- dimensional, realistic styles. 

Web sources:
Sunsets, by Violet Parkhurst
小学水彩教程, 刘金城 刘茗著
小学水彩教程, 徐世政著
21世纪少儿中国画课堂-画人物篇
儿童国画入门-山水篇, 吴宗鲁著
儿童国画入门-北京名院, 姜宝宏著

Teaching Assistant Training (Free.) - FOR ADVANCED STUDENTS REGISTERED IN A TWO-HOUR AAS CLASS WHO ARE 14 YEARS OLD OR OLDER. 
Students register for this two-hour class, then select Teaching Assistant Program on the registration form. 

Goal:   
To earn community-service experience and credit by teaching others to draw and paint.    The best students in this program may also qualify for partial or full scholarships for their Asian Arts School classes.  Any scholarship awarded will be based on the quality and quantity of the work that the volunteer contributes.  All  volunteer hours will be evaluated and documented.
We have 33 classes in the 2017-2018 school year.  The classes will start on August 29, 2017 and end May 20, 2018.  The 33 classes do not include the major school holidays:  Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year, Chinese New Year and Spring Break.  Below are the proposed classes and hours. The registration formtuition payments and the calendar are on the link here.
If a class has less than 5 registrations, it will be canceled and the students will be moved to another open class of the same level.  If most of the students in a class are in a level different from the designated level of the class, we will change our schedule to align our class level with our student level.
The deadline to pay the full amount with a 10% discount is August 20.  We have open registration days on both August 19 and 20, from 10am to 3pm.
Bridge Contest winners who place 1st, 2nd and 3rd this year will receive a $50 discount. The Honorable Mention awardees will enjoy a $25 discount. Any winner of a major art competition will be considered for a discount.  
AAS Summer Camp volunteers will have full or partial scholarships based on the amount of their volunteer hours.
Mailing dddress:  80 Springfield Drive
San Francisco, CA 94132
To challenge one's mastery of the drawing and painting of people, animals and landscapes at a college level.
Students at this level have already mastered their 3D techniques of perspective, and light and shadow.


Web sources: 
Faces & Features, by Fritz Wills 
Simplified Anatomy for the Comic Book Artist, by Christopher Hart
素描入门续集, 刘金城 刘茗著
Drawing 3-D, a Step-by-step Guide to Perspective Drawing, by Doug Dubosque 
Draw 50 Buildings and Other Structures, by Lee J. Ames
Drawing People, by Gene Frank
Level 1 - NEW STUDENTS, 100% STEP-BY-STEP INSTRUCTION 
Tuesday 3:30-4:30pm, Thursday, 6:30-7:30pm; Friday, 3:30-4:30pm;  Saturday, 9:00-10:00am and 1:00-2:00pm;  Sunday, 9:00-10:00am and 6:00-7:00pm 

Goal:              


Reference book:
Advanced - Real life Drawing and Painting Class - QUALIFIED ADVANCED STUDENTS, INDIVIDUALIZED INSTRUCTION  
Friday, 5:30-7:30pm;   Thursday, 6:00-8:00pm;

Goal:                



Reference book: 
Prepare portfolios for art colleges (Tuition amounts vary.) - Individualized and project-based small class for international students 
Students register for this two-hour class, then decide and commit to a goal.

Goal:  
Class is designed for Individual needs.  The students decide and commit to their own goals.
Phone: (415) 297-3072
Email: linwei@asianartsschool.com

COMING SOON!
SUMMER WEEKEND AND AFTERNOON ART CLASSES 2017
From May 30 to Aug. 6, 2017
What we learn in the Summer Art Class/Registration Form