Building Imagination, Creativity, Confidence and Self-Expression through ART!
Kid’s art classes are offered on Saturday mornings from 9am to 11am and on specified days throughout the year. Every weekend the students are challenged with a new project they can take home at the end of the day. Day classes include such projects as painting (watercolors and acrylic), drawing, poster design, t-shirt design, sculpting, and 2D design, and mixed-media among other mediums.
“Spring Into The Arts”
Seven weeks of creativity in the traditional fine art instruction. Our goal is for your child to discover their creative abilities while learning and having fun while creating works in the following media: Painting, Collage, 3D Art, Sculpture and Print Making. A PowerPoint presentation will be on view for inspiration and education of famous artists.
The Kids Art Classes for Spring Into the Arts are on the following Saturdays 9am – 11am: March 7, 14, 21, 28, April 4, 18, 25
Every student will receive a Certificate of Completion for each class completed!
You can purchase seven Saturday art classes for $140. Classes may also be purchased individually for $20.00 each session. There is no charge for materials. Classes are limited so register early! See below for a link to payments.
Art camps are currently being held at the Laurel Grange in Harmony, RI: 347 Snake Hill Rd, North Scituate, RI 02857 at the corner of Snake Hill Rd. and Saw Mill Rd. (Click here for a map).
Payments can be made using PayPal (with PayPal account or credit card) or by check. If paying by check, please make the check out to Chabot Gallery and mail to Chabot Gallery PO Box 623 Greenville, RI 02828 or take to the first day of classes. Please enclose the Art Class Registration Form and Emergency Medical Form when mailing (see below to download.)
Payments can also be made via PayPal. Please be sure to select the correct purchase amount. Click here to make a payment using PayPal.
Upon arrival at the art classes, parents (if student a minor) need to fill out a registration form and an emergency contact form, as well as indicate any allergies or medical issues the students may have. Students may not be left without providing this information.