Kids Night Out (Your Night Off) at the Art Center
Leave the kids at the Art Center for tons of art-making fun while you take the night off. Kids are welcome in pajamas, day clothes or even a costume to spend an exciting time creating, getting messy and making new friends. Pizza is served at 6:30 p.m. and is included in the class fee. No experience necessary. All art supplies provided.
$30 fee. $25 per additional sibling. Extra $10 for day-of registration per student. Registration.
Gnome Sweater Puppets: Oct. 7
Sweater weather is here and we need some friends to join us in the fun. Participants learn basic hand sewing skills along with hot glue safety to assemble and embellish a cozy gnome puppet from recycled knit sweaters and hats. At the end of the night all the gnome puppets get together for play time in the Art Center.
Glow in the Dark: Oct. 21
Lets get spooky by creating art that’s revealed after dark! Kids will experiment with phosphorescent materials while painting and drawing glowing landscapes, the night sky, or mysterious creatures revealed at night.
Roblox Art: Nov. 4
Take the fun of Roblox off the screen and into the world around you. Using the popular game as inspiration for making, participants build characters, learn to engineer pop-up cards, paint with pixels and more. This camp does not include playing the video game or coding.
Fused Glass Holiday Dish: Nov. 18
Jump into the playful world of glass while creating a functional object for your home or a gift for a loved one. Participants learn the basics of glass safety, cutting and assemblage to design their own glass holiday dish. A selection of different molds available to choose the final form. Must wear long pants and closed-toe shoes. Completed projects available 2 – 3 weeks after class.
Winter Animals: Dec. 2
Embrace the colder weather and explore sculpture through the construction of your favorite winter animal. Participants learn how to plan in 3D to make a snow-loving creature. No experience necessary. All supplies provided. Completed clay projects available 2 weeks after class.
Woven Wall Hanging: Dec. 16
There are all sorts of ways to use everyday household items and yarn to learn the beautiful process of weaving. A simple notched cardboard base or cut paper cups or plates combined with colored yarn can create unique and eye-catching pieces. The finishing touch is a dowel or more rustic stick to hang the new artwork from. Hang to add fun to any room!
If the cost of the program is prohibiting you from registering, please contact the Art Center supervisor, Jes Schrom, at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss fee options.