This class meets Thursdays (August 11-September 29) from 1-2:30pm | Ages 6 and up.
This art doesn’t fall flat. In this new Homeschool Art Class, we are exploring sculpture. We will work with all kinds of materials like paper, yarn, clay, fabric and cardboard. This class is designed for 6 and up and is perfect for those who have never worked with 3D art before. If your child is 9+ and is looking for a challenge, check out our 9+ Sculpture class.
We will meet for 1.5 hours each week, for a total of 12 hours.
FYI: There will be no make-up for missed classes.
Meet your teacher:
Madison holds a bachelor’s of arts degree in Early Childhood and Middle Level Education. She was a substitute teacher for 3 years before becoming the Kid’s Program Director at Make Do. She enjoys teaching all ages, sewing, reading and Dr. Pepper.
**This class requires a minimum of 6 participants. If the class is cancelled, you will have the option to use your fee for a future class or receive a full refund.
Make.Do. believes creativity should be accessible to everyone and money should never be a barrier for someone to take our classes. Here’s how it works:
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Class fees are non-refundable. If you cancel your registration more than 24-hours in advance you can choose to (1) donate your class fee to the Pay-What-You-Can fund, (2) credit your fee to a future class, or (3) transfer your fee to a friend. No-shows and cancellations made less than 24 hours from the class will automatically be donated to the Pay-What-You-Can fund.
COVID-19 Cancellation Exemption: If you are experiencing fever, cough, difficulty breathing, sore throat, or loss of taste or smell, STAY HOME. Your class fee will be credited for a future date.
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