We loved the Winter Break Camps back in December so much that we decided to do another one this February! When school lets out for mid-winter break, we'll be here ready to make art all day long. We'll take advantage of no-school days with 3-hour classes over the course of 4 fun days. Each class session will cover a one or two different projects in various art media.
We offer two sessions of camp from February 15-18. You can choose the morning camp (from 9am-12pm) or the afternoon camp (from 1pm-4pm) or BOTH! For students who want to attend both camps, we offer a supervised lunch break, as well.
If you're not an existing student who attends weekly classes, don't worry! This is a great opportunity to learn about a lot of art in a short amount of time. We welcome all friends, old and new.
Learn more about camp and sign up here. Register ASAP to secure a spot, as this is one of our most popular camps. We look forward to seeing you soon!
Issaquah is home to many artistic endeavors, including visual art, dance, and music. We love being a part of this community and supporting all kinds of local art whenever possible.
We're so happy to have partnered with our neighbors, Issaquah Dance Theatre, to provide a visual art and dance workshop this week. Students started off with a dance lesson at IDT, then joined Miss Kellie S. for an art project. They used polymer clay to make dancing ballerinas. How fun! Miss Kellie baked the ballerina sculptures so they would harden and returned them to students after a second dance workshop.
We are always looking for new friends to partner with. If you are involved with or know of any community programs that would like to team up, please email us at email@example.com
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Winter Break Camp
Winter Break Camp is a yearly series of art camps designed to teach and engage children over the school holiday break.
We can't believe it's already Winter Break! We paused regular weekly classes so students and families could spend time together. We took advantage of the holiday hiatus and held some fun Winter Break Camps at the studio. These 3-day camps gave students more time to make multiple projects and learn new art-making techniques. Not to mention, two weeks is a long time to go without art! We couldn't leave our art superstars hanging. We had a great showing of weekly students, on-site students and brand new faces.
Parents had the option of signing children up for 3-hour morning and/or afternoon sessions, with a supervised lunch hour in between. Miss Ashley taught the students how to make masks, prints and paintings in fun new ways. Here are a few photos from our first session, December 21-23.
Regular weekly classes begin again on January 2nd. Happy New Year!
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