After-school Art Classes (age 7-10) at MGMA

30 March 2017 - 18 May 2017

After-school art classes for kids ages 7-10 starting March 30th at the Morris Graves Museum of Art!

Start date: Thursday, March 30th at 3:30pm

Registration deadline: Friday, March 24th by 5:00pm

Venue: Morris Graves Museum of Art, 636 F Street, Eureka

Admission price: $85 for Humboldt Arts Council members, $90 for non-members

  

The Morris Graves Museum of Art’s spring session of after-school art classes will begin on Thursday, March 30th at 3:30pm! Taught by the talented and experienced art educator Arupa Richardson, these classes are designed to help your 7-10 year old child explore the arts and get specialized attention as they create works of art that expand their creativity and their artistic skills.

Class runs from 3:30 to 4:45pm every Thursday for eight weeks, starting on March 30th and ending on May 18th. Students will draw artistic inspiration from exhibitions at the museum, have kid-friendly discussions on art history and theory, and of course, make their own amazing artwork including paintings, drawings, and sculptures.

To sign your student up for this class series, visit humboldtarts.org/classes or call (707) 442-0278. Registration is $85 for Humboldt Arts Council members, and $90 for non-members.

Alder Grove is an official vendor, and limited scholarships are available to help make art classes accessible to students with financial need! To apply for a scholarship or get more information, please call (707) 442-0278.

Give your student a boost and help them explore their creativity after school this spring! These classes usually fill up, so don’t wait too long to sign up for Museum Art School at the Morris Graves Museum of Art. Registration deadline is Friday, March 24th by 5:00pm.

 

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