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Art Classes for Kids at Grants Pass Museum of Art

Art for Kids!

All Classes are $15 each and ages 7 and up.
All materials are provided.
Painting Pots
Wednesday, August 9
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Taught by Laura Davis
Create fun projects from pots! Make a bird feeder, fairy house or your own creation.

Thursday, August 10
1-3 pm
Taught by Judy Davidson

Learn to collage to turn existing art and photos into new art.

Dragons Around the World
Tuesday, August 15
1-3 pm
Taught by Kristen O’Neill
Dragons have been used in art around the world. See examples and have fun making your favorite type of dragon. All levels of skill are welcome.

Tissue Paper Stained Glass
Thursday, August 17
1-3 pm
Taught by Kristen O’Neill
Kids get to great their own “stained glass” projects with tissue paper. Fun way to add art and color to any room.
Tuesday, August 22
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Taught by Cindy Hernandez
Zentangle is a method of creative doodling. Kids will learn how to start a Zentangle, and create several patterns. Kids are always amazed by what they make and love the fact that their are no mistakes! Cindy is a certified Zentangle instructor.
Eye Catchers
Thursday, August 24
10:30 am – 12:30 pm
Taught by Chris Kane
Kids create fun, colorful eye catchers.
Have a teenager? They may be eligible for the adult classes (depends on the class).

Grants Pass Museum of Art | 541-479-3290

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