Children and Teen Classes

You may register for any of our Children and Teen classes and workshops online here.

Fall 2015


In the Galleries

Artmaking and Storytelling
Ages 3–5 with adult
First Sundays, October 4, November 1, December 6
11:00 a.m.–noon

Introduce your children to the enjoyment of art through stories and artmaking fun. Children explore color, pattern, shape, form, stories, poetry and more — all while viewing works of art from Woodmere Art Museum’s collection. Accompanying adult required.

Studio Art Classes

Painting and Drawing Fun
Ages 7–12
Meets 4 times
K1A Tuesdays, October 6–27
K1B Tuesdays, November 10–December 1
4:30–6:00 p.m.
Instructor: Ginger Mimmo-Rohlfing
$115 ($95 members)

Students explore fun and interesting ways to paint and draw using a variety of mediums. Works of art will be inspired by nature and their imaginations. They will mix colors, paint with acrylics, watercolor, oil pastels, draw with charcoal, colored pencils and collage a variety of papers and materials. Lots of individual attention will help each budding artist develop their own personal expression.

Art and Animals

Ages 6–12
Meets 4 times
K2 Wednesdays, October 7–28 CANCELLED
4:30–6:00 p.m.
Instructor: TBA
$115 ($95 members)

What animals intrigue you the most? Explore your wild side and create kites, sculptures and paintings using animal, bird, sea creature, insects and dragon imagery. A fun way to spend the afternoon!

Making Magical Places

Ages 6–12
Meets 4 times
K3 Saturdays, October 3–24
10:00 a.m.–noon
Instructor: Martha Conklin
$120 ($100 members)

Imagine the possibilities with two and three dimensional projects that create special magical places. Will use paint, papier mâché, clay and all sorts of fun materials to build, design, color, paint and draw unique places and creatures from your imagination.

Learning Animation

Ages 8–13
Meets 4 times
K4 Saturdays, October 3–24
1:00–3:00 p.m.
Instructor: John Serpentelli
$120 ($100 members)

Learn the art of animation. Discover how to develop a sequence of images that create an illusion of movement. Explore character animation, timing and pacing of movement. Design your own animated digital movie. Have it on a CD to be viewed by many.