All children are artists!
Art builds confidence and self-esteem!
Art makes the world a better place!
According to the International Child Art Foundation, “Research indicates that a child who is exposed to the arts acquires a special ability to think creatively, be original, discover, innovate, and create intellectual property—key attributes for individual success and social prosperity in the twenty-first century.”
ABOUT OUR ART CLASSES FOR KIDS
Our after-school classes run from August to May following the school year in Gwinnett County.
We work with Meet The Masters, a well-known curriculum that lets children meet a different historical Master each month and learn through their style and different techniques… while also acquiring historical and geographical information tied to the artists, basic concepts and vocabulary, and learning to use a wide variety of mediums, mixed media — painting, drawing, printmaking, sculpting on clay/ paper mache/wire and more!
We work with Lango, a program that uses storybooks to introduce students to characters who talk about Spanish-speaking countries and their cultures, and use a lot of vocabulary! Each adventure they get involved in takes 3 months to finish. Music activities, puppets, and art involving the same characters help make learning a new language a fun experience!
We are also able to provide classes for the homeschooling community.
Send us a message if interested!
STUDENTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
Children with learning disabilities are welcome in our studio, both 1-on-1 and group classes.
We work with a state agency to cover the cost of these classes for eligible families.
Contact us for more information.
We offer a 10% discount on monthly enrollment for siblings.
As per new CDC guidelines, masks are optional for your children at this time!
New Class! Children's Sewing Workshop
This class will meet every Monday from January 9th - March 27. Students will learn how to use a sewing machine, practice different stitches and make their own pillows, bags, quilts and more!
This class will be taught by Carolina Tucker, who is a graduate of Scad.