The Glenview School of Arts
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Glenview School of Arts offers art classes for children and young adults. Classes provide a fun and positive atmosphere for children to learn the basic principles of art and to build a strong foundation in art. The young adult and high school programs focus on preparing the student's art portfolio for college and beyond. As the portfolio is essential for any artist, we encourage our students to develop the strongest and most varied portfolio possible. The portfolio showcases talent and individual growth.
DongJoo Kang opened the doors to the Art School in Glenview in 2001. Her first school was located at 600 Waukegan Road. After 7 years, she moved to her present location and changed the name to Glenview School of Arts. Now, the art school can accommodate many more students. The curriculum includes painting and drawing, ceramics, sculpture, and computer graphics. Our art programs are specialized for certain age groups: 6-8, 9-13, and high school students. This year we also added a Kinder-arts Program for ages 4 and 5.
The registration form and payment must be completed before the first lesson of each session begins, however, late enrollment can be arranged if necessary.
Tuition is charged by each session and may be paid by check or cash. Payment is due prior to the beginning of the first lesson.
Students can make up a missed class within the same session by attending another day of the same class.
Students are responsible to bring their art supplies for every lesson.
Should a student not bring supplies after two reminders, a $5 rental charge will be applied for use of school’s art supplies
1812 Glenview Rd Glenview, IL 60025
Meet the Faculty
DongJoo Kang / Director
DongJoo graduated from Ewha-Womans University in Korea in 1982. She obtained her Master’s degree in Fine Art in 1985. Her works have been displayed in many galleries, including the Rochester Art Center, the Philadelphia Art Gallery and The Korean Community Art Center Gallery. In 2014, she had two solo exhibitions, at the Redmacher Gallery in Chicago and the Kyung In Gallery in South Korea. Since she opened the Art School, DongJoo has been working with students in order to share her personal experiences of being a professional artist for almost 30 years. After working years as an artist, DongJoo wants to pass on her knowledge to students as they prepare for careers in the arts.
Seran Kwon / Senior Art Instructor
Seran was born in Korea and studied art before coming to the United States in 2001. She studied at the Glenview School of Arts from 2001-2003. After completing the teacher training course, she continued to study art to better understand it from different perspectives. She started working for the Glenview School of Arts in 2009, where she shares her passion for art with students and fulfills her duties as an art instructor. She has helped develop the Teachers Training Program that includes two courses: Learning to Teach Art and Learning to Teach Art Portfolio Development.
Hayeon Kim / Art Instructor
Hayeon Kim received her B.A. degree in Oriental Painting and Western Painting and drawing from Ewha Womens university in Korea, which she attended from 2002 to 2006. She acquired her BFA and MFA degrees from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, which she attended from 2008 to 2011.
Glenview School of Arts has exciting employment opportunities for seasoned artists and art students alike! Please review our current opportunities below.
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