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Christine Thornton is former public school art teacher who has taught art programs at over 200 libraries throughout the Chicagoland area. Her programs offer hands-on drawing and painting instruction designed to inspire creativity and build artistic skills and confidence.
Christine offers dozens of art programs to four age groups, geared toward what libraries need and patrons want, including new programs created regularly for summer reading themes, seasonal painting tutorials, and engaging "How to Draw" programs.
Programs are 60-90 minutes long and include a PowerPoint presentation and a chance to create with expert guidance. All art materials are provided and included in the fee. Maximum 30 participants. Discounts are available for multiple bookings in one day. Contact Christine for details.
Christine was great in working with us to talk about cartoon art as part of a two-day comic workshop we offered in the summer. She willingly tailored her great programs to our needs.
Christine is a repeat presenter for the Geneva Public Library District and has offered a variety of classes for audiences of all ages. Her presentations are engaging and well-organized with topics that are timely and relevant to library reading club themes.