Children will delight in exploring and creating art with paints, clay, glue, markers and more! Following the project is an interactive and lively music time with puppets and props, a story and a snack and a guaranteed great time for all! This is an adult participation class; one parent or caregiver can participate with up to two children.
Paint n' Glue is an exciting introduction to art for children ages 2 ½ - 3 ½ years old. In each class, children explore themes such as colors, shapes, nature and animals while developing their fine motor skills and expanding their creativity. The young artists are exposed to unique and fun art mediums such as foam and finger paint, watercolors, clay and beading while creating one craft project and one painting project each week. Class includes illustration time, story and art print during which the children are exposed to children's books filled with inspiring illustrations. Come learn, express and be part of our nurturing and enriching art program. This is an independent participation class.
This 45-minute art class is designed to inspire and nurture your child’s creativity. Each class highlights artwork from a different world-renowned artist, from Monet's watercolors to Jackson Pollock’s action paintings to Annie Leibovitz's photographs. Children will learn to create, critique and appreciate art through our exciting and enriching hands-on curriculum. This is an independent participation class.
World Art is an exciting and unique program that provides young artists with a creative outlet. Each week children will gain new knowledge about cultures around the world while creating beautiful projects inspired by that country. From Kenya to Japan, from pottery to painting, children will travel the world one masterpiece at a time. This is an independent participation class.
- Moaz took Sports Time and World Art; he loves both classes so much. He came home talking about the art projects he made and the different sports he played. His favorite part was working on the art projects - especially when he made the kite.
- Mason really enjoyed his World Art class. Every Monday he asked, 'Wonder where we're going today?'