3/14/20 Stamping and Printmaking - ARTworks for Kids with Jean Skipper
“Creativity is intelligence having fun.” – Albert Einstein
Join us for Creativity and Fun between 9:30 and 11:00 on Saturday, March 14th, as we explore a variety of techniques for creating stamps and printing plates. Each child will leave class with their own stamps and plates to use on future projects, and also several finished pieces of art that they've made using them.
While we're reluctant to place an age limit on our classes for children, we suggest a minimum age of five years old. We want your little loved ones to have the best possible creative experience possible, so with this in mind, please consider the following:
- A parent or caretaker is welcome to attend class to help children with their projects.
- There is no charge for this adult's attendance unless they elect to complete projects for themselves too. (Grown-ups like to create too!)
- Children attending class without an adult should be able to manage their behavior independently both in the classroom and in the bathroom.
- Before leaving your children in our care for the duration of class, please be sure to check in with the instructor and complete the requested disclosure including emergency contact information.
This class will build your children's confidence and love of art while encouraging them to make memories that will be treasured for a lifetime.
Space in class is limited, and registration is required. Register here, or call us at 910-245-4129 to save your seat in class.
For groups of five or more, we'll be happy to host this class at an alternative time that works best for your schedule.