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Make Time for Kids Art this Summer
June 19, 2017 @ 8:00 am - August 18, 2017 @ 5:00 pm
Summer is the best time to explore and experiment with art! Guilford Art Center offers half-day and full-day programs for children from age 3 ½ to 13 years from June 19 – Aug 18. Our professional instructors lead classes in all types of media, including sewing, ceramics, pottery on the wheel, painting, drawing and much more. Each week offers a range of themes geared towards specific age groups. Have little ones? Consider art explorations, princesses and dragons, the art of Dr. Seuss, or oceans of fun. Kids a little older (5+) can explore themes such as movie art, American Girls, mystical creatures, art of Star Wars, architecture or medieval times. Teens can explore their inner creativity through shorter workshops for blacksmithing and mixed media applications.
Every child is sure to find something that matches their interest and passion when they Make Time for Kids Art this Summer!
Children can attend a morning class (9-12pm) or afternoon class (1-4pm) or both. For a full-day program, a morning class may be combined with an afternoon class. Supervised “bridge” care is available for these students, between 12-1 pm.
Summer program registration begins in mid-March and continues throughout the session. View all classes and register on www.guilfordartcenter.org, call the GAC office at (203) 453-5947 or swing by GAC for a printed catalogue. Our location is 411 Church Street, Guilford (across the street from the police station). Financial aid is available.
The Guilford Art Center is a non-profit school, shop and gallery established to nurture and support excellence in the arts. Through classes for adults and children, gallery programs, a shop of contemporary crafts, and special events, the Center fulfills its mission to provide opportunities for the public to participate in the arts, experience their cultural and historic diversity, and appreciate the process of creative work. The Center sees to preserve craft traditions and foster innovation by providing an environment where artists can gather, practice, exhibit, teach and exchange ideas.