Art lessons in The ArtRoom help children build cognitive skills including concept development, problem solving, language, history, measurement, critical thinking, fine development and many other skills that can contribute to success in school. Kids will tap into their imagination to express their own ideas as they experiment and create unique works of art. They will develop confidence as their creativity soars!
The ArtRoom offers a variety of lessons, from creating art in watercolor, acrylics, drawing, mixed media and sculpture, to recycled art and other exciting creative projects. Class tuition includes materials and supplies.
Art Lab Schedule
Students begin by assembling a portfolio to keep artwork in.
Your child will be provided with all of the supplies needed to create an original masterpiece, or their interpretation of a classic!
During the art labs, students will be introduced to new artists and old masters, design styles, and techniques. The art labs are designed to inspire young artists, and our projects will incorporate different media and materials to encourage expression of ideas through your child’s original works!
S1 Art Camp - (June 3-6 // 9 am -12:30 pm) Four camps in one! Drawing, painting, sculpture & mixed media (projects will differ in future camps)
S2 Mixed Media - (June 10-13 // 9 am - 12:30 pm) New projects using many art techniques, a variety of media, and everyday objects!
S3 Art Camp - (June - 24-27/ 9 am -12:30 pm) 4 camps in one! Drawing, painting ,sculpture & mixed media (projects will differ in future camps)
S5 Painting - (July 1-3 // 9 am -12:30 pm) This class will focus on different techniques and learning from Painting Masters on unique styles
S6 Mixed Media - (July 15-18 // 9 am - 12:30 pm) New projects using many art techniques, a variety of media, and everyday objects! (different projects from previous camps)
S7 (1 DAY) OPEN STUDIO - (July 19 // 9 am - 12:00 pm) Parents' morning off! And kids' choice of projects!
S8-Building Art - (July 22-25 // 9am-12pm) Be the builder of cities, robots, sculpture with recycled materials.
Submit registration form and payment to enroll your child. At enrollment, members will provide 100% of the fee to secure a place in the class. Please note that the mailing address is different from the studio location. You will be emailed class confirmation and studio location once we receive your registration.
Class sizes are limited (min. 4, max. 8), and payment will reserve your space. Tuition includes all materials and supplies for 5 -10+ projects, a portfolio, and sketchbook (they get to keep!) and one snack (goldfish). Kids can bring a no-spill water bottle. We provide the art smock.
For the Mixed Media class, a supply list, may be provided and only after payment is received. There are no membership fees.
During the summer, we will have before/after class child care if needed. Cost is $30 for AM and PM care per child, per day OR $15 for either AM/PM, per child, per day.
Notification of withdrawl from a class must be made no less than seven (7) days prior to class start date. A $25 fee will be charged for all refunds. Refunds will be given up to seven (7) days prior to class start date. No refunds will be given thereafter.
There are no credits or refunds for missed classes, but we may be able to offer you a makeup class in another session, based on availability. Tuition cannot be transferred to another month if you miss a class. If classes are cancelled due to inclement weather, we will provide a makeup class. When minimum enrollment is not met, the paid and registered students will be notified prior to the beginning of the class and the fee will be refunded.
Students must be on time to class, as we will start promptly. Make sure your little artist has eaten and used the restroom prior to drop-off to keep interruptions to a minimum.
*PreKindergarten students MUST be completely toilet trained upon enrolling. This class size is kept small to allow for ONE parent to accompany their child in the studio, if necessary.
RECYCLE IT! In The ArtRoom
Also, if you find yourself with any of the following items that would normally end up in the trash, I’d be happy to take them too!
Cardboard tubes, pringle cans (cleaned)
old/vintage photographs, postcards, publicatons
Small, miscellaneous hardware
Little toys, mini toys
buttons, yarn, fabric remnants
Small cardboard boxes (jewelry, small candy type)
Bubble gum machine bubbles and toys
Vintage/old books in decent shape, dictionaries
Magazines (photo magazines, like National Geographic, Departures, travel, nature, Reminisce magazine)