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Piedmont Enrichment + After School

Kidstudio: Art After-School

MapCenter for Visual Artists 200 N. Davie St. Ste. 401, 4th floor of the Downtown Cultural Center
Greensboro, NC 27401
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  • Enrichment

Description:

Not your average after-school program!

Kidstudio is an art-based after-school program for elementary aged students that meets Monday-Friday, 3-6pm. Each afternoon is structured around a different visual art emphasis, such as, Clay Days, Around the World Crafts and Art Experiments. This program includes a snack/playtime and artmaking portion each day. Kidstudio runs throughout the school year. Pick one day or all 5!

In addition, a technique-specific version of this program called Kidstudio: Mini Masters meets Tuesday-Thursday, 4-5:30pm. These 8-week long classes are designed to advance your child's artistic abilities in Drawing & Painting, Sewing and Printmaking.

Additional Information:

Ages: PreK - 5th Grade
Fees: Kiidstudio: $12/per day / monthly commitment required. Kidstudio: Mini Masters $90 per 8-week session.

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