February Vacation: February 21-24
ArtVentures: Polar Quest | Ages 5-7 & 8-11 (FULL)
Class Fee: $305
8:00am drop-off (Optional): $40 | 5:30pm pick-up (Optional): $50
Teachers: Leonie Little-Lex and Janine Robinson
Our ArtVentures program for children blends fun with learning through a balance of structured projects, creative expression and play. We promote artistic exploration while developing technique and critical-thinking skills. Each theme is explored through a variety of mediums and imaginative projects. Students have three breaks during the day to explore our beautiful park, play on the connecting playground or participate in games with their peers. Our weekly programs culminate in an art show designed to showcase and celebrate each child’s artistic accomplishments.
*5 year olds must be enrolled in kindergarten.
Polar Quest: Join us in northern adventures this February as we learn and make art about the Vikings, Northern Lights, Norse mythology and more. Learn about the arctic peoples including the Intuit and Sami (original reindeer herders!) and brave explorers of the past.
Pottery and Wheelthrowing Intensive | Ages 10-12 (FULL)
Class Fee: $235
Teacher: Jasmine Baetz
This hands on pottery program introduces students to wheelthrowing and handbuilding fundamentals. Explore your creativity while learning techniques for creating your own mugs, bowls and other unique pieces! Class will break for a 30 minute lunch and one snack break.
Jewelry and Metals Intensive | Ages 12-17 (FULL)
Times: 9:00am-2:00pm or 2:30-5:30pm
Class Fee: $150-$235
Instructors: Ashley Vick
Students gain hands on knowledge of jewelry making and metalsmithing techniques including soldering, piercing, etching and embellishing in copper, nickel and brass. The 9:00am-2:00pm class will break for a 30 minute lunch and one snack break.
Cartooning and Comics Intensive | Ages 10-12 (FULL)
Class Fee: $235
Teacher: John Carvajal
Students will learn the fundamentals of cartooning and various approaches to visual storytelling by looking at the work of published cartoonists. Each student will have the opportunity to develop their own narrative. By the end of the week, each student will develop a working knowledge of character creation, environment design, page layout, visual storytelling and saddle stitching a mini comic. Class will break for a 30 minute lunch and one snack break.