Art After School

Let your child explore their creative side and discover new hobbies during The Arts Council’s Art After School program. Held each Fall and Spring, your child will learn new techniques, tricks of the trade, and enjoy creating their own master pieces! 


Spring 2022 Registration 

Art After School resumes this spring! We currently have one Tuesday session throughout the spring available with limited seating. Your kids will have the chance to learn a variety of art inspired skills over the course of several weeks as our after school program is back in full swing! 




Art After School Session 1

Date: Feb. 15- Apr. 19, 9 sessions                            Time: 4:15 pm to 5:15 pm

Ages: 9 to 11                                                                 Cost: $225

Teacher: Jami Bevans                                                    


  • Week 1 & 2: Drawing
  • Week 3: Drawing & Design
  • Week 4: Sculpture
  • Week 5 & 6: Low Relief Sculpture
  • Week 7 & 8: Painting
  • Week 9: Art of Your Choice

*sessions are subject to cancellation


A Quick Look

  • Class Registration TBA for Fall 2022
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Meet the Teacher

 Jami Bevans

Jami Bevans 

Jami Bevans is a veteran teacher with 34 years teaching at the high school level at A&M Consolidated in College Station, Texas. She holds a BFA from Stephen F.Austin with a major in Art and a minor in math. Recently retired, she is currently the president for Texas Art Education Association (TAEA). One of her greatest accomplishments with TAEA was helping plan TAEA’s Inaugural Virtual Conference which will be available through the end of January, 2022. To keep busy, she is working on producing videos of her most successful lessons to share with other art educators. Other honors include Outstanding Educator Award from the George Bush Presidential Library in 2008, TAEA High School Art Educator of the Year for 2013, The Arts Council of Brazos Valley Fine Arts Champion Award in 2014 and induction into the TAEA Distinguished Fellows in 2016. When she’s not working on art education related projects, she’s babysitting her granddaughter, working on her garden, painting, sewing, writing, refinishing antiques or relaxing on the porch with a cup of tea.