2017 Course Information: After School Crafts for Kids

After School Crafts for Kids

Arts and Crafts encourage children to learn in a hands on environment. A hands on approach makes learning fun, personally expressive, and encourages creative problem solving. In five weekly classes, students will learn about various famous artists and experiment with different approaches to creating. Projects will include a variety of painting, drawing, clay, beading, as well as some special projects like stop motion animation. All projects will be age appropriate and students will receive individual attention. A light, healthy snack will be served each day. Scholarships are available, please contact the craft school at 870-269-8397 or by e-mail arkcraftschool@gmail.com for more information.

Available Sessions:
Session for Ages 6 – 8: Tuesdays 3:30 - 4:30. Five Weeks Starting October 24th
Dates: Oct. 24, 31, Nov. 7, 14, & 28th
Time: 3:30 – 4:30
Tuition: $60

Sessions for Age 9 – 12: Thursdays 3:30-5 :00. Five weeks Starting October 26th.
Dates: Oct. 26, Nov. 2, 9, 16, 30th
Time: 3:30 – 5:00
Tuition: $60





10/24-11/30
3:30-4:30 or 5:00
Tuition:$60
Materials Fee:$0
Arkansas Craft School,
101 North Peabody St. Mountain View, AR 72560
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Instructor :Allison Davis

Allison Davis is a young, local artist. She was born and raised in the city of Mountain View AR. Although young, Allison is a talented artist of great promise and focus who already has a lot of experience working with children. Allison has won the Mountain View High School Art Contest 3 years in a row and has won prizes in contests at the Gallery 246 in Batesville, Arkansas. During the summer, Allison works at the Ozark Folk Center, teaching Ozark crafts to 7-14 year old children in the Young Pioneers program. She has received glowing recommendations from her peers and supervisors at the Ozark Folk Center and from the art community of Mountain View. She plans to attend college for a career in the arts. Her love for art and desire to share it make her ideal for the children's programs at the Arkansas Craft School.