Kids learn creative process in hands-on art & design classes fostering expression in animation, illustration architecture & robot creation
- Expires Feb 15, 2012
- Limit 1 per person, may buy 2 additional as gifts. Limit 1 per visit. Registration required by 2/15/12. Valid only for kids in 4th-8th grade. Not valid for photography classes, photography book workshop, or family workshops. Valid only for spring term. Must take all sessions under 1 class. Classes are non-transferable.
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Art Center for Kids' imaginative programs foster creativity, problem solving, and freedom of expression in young students with a number of hands-on animation, architecture, and sculpting activities. For three hours on seven consecutive Sundays, kiddies learn the intricacies of printmaking, robot creation, T-shirt design, or building toy cars to practice nascent parallel parking skills. Sessions challenge young artists to finish pieces using the same resources available to undergraduate art students while working alongside fellow students to complete more complex projects, such as a room-wide giant doodle masterpiece in the Big Draw class. Upon completion of the course, artists take home their works to hang on the fridge or in the family Louvre.