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UPDATED JULY 2015: Help your children discover their inner Monet with art lessons at an art studio in Queens, New York. Here's a list we've compiled of some great studios that offer art classes for kids in Queens, NY, including Astoria, Glandale, Rego Park, Woodside, College Point, Kew Gardens, and Ozone Park.
UPDATED JULY 2015: If your kids can't stop coloring or crafting projects, it may be time to enroll them in art lessons. Here's a list of art studios that offer art classes and lessons fo children in Rockland County, NY, including Nyack, Blauvelt, Congers, New City, Suffern, and Palisades.
Photographer and therapist Dee Lebovits recently started Self Portrait, a class that teaches young girls the art of photography, while also helping the students build their self-confidence in a group setting.
New York Kids Club, an enrichment center for children, plans to open two new locations in Brooklyn—Park Slope and Williamsburg. The center offers many classes for Brooklyn kids, including art, cooking, fitness, and music. And with the pick-your-own classes, parents can easily accommodate their schedules. New York Kids Club also offers birthday party, seasonal camp, and open play time packages.
Bird River Studios, newly opened in Williamsburg, offers a variety of creative classes for kids including music, art, ceramics, printmaking, dance, and creative writing. And if the studio doesn't offer what your child is interested in, it will strive to offer it. Bird River Studio also offers classes for parents while their children are in class.
Beehives & Buzzcuts, a children's salon known for making haircuts and manicures a memorable experience for kids, now offers classes for families to take together. Families can learn music, yoga, Mandarin, art, and more at the Gramercy salon.
Looking for an art programd for your child in Suffolk County, Long Island? Here's a list of art studios on Long Island that offer art classes for children, including Amityville, Patchogue, Jamesport, Manorville, Northampton, and Fire Island.
Beth Bodenmiller opened Mini Monet, an art studio on Long Island, to teach kids that there is no right or wrong way to make art. Mini Monet offers classes to children older than 18 months, adults, and children with special needs.
Master Lazurist Charles Andrade will be hosting his second workshop at Green Meadow Waldorf School in Chestnut Ridge. In this six-day workshop, participants will learn how to paint in the Lazure technique and help put the finishing touches on Rose Hall in the school's new Arts Building.
The Edward Hopper House Art Center in Nyack, NY awarded 10 Rockland County juniors with a scholarship honoring their artistic curiosity.
Uproar Art, an all-purpose Brooklyn-based nonprofit art program for kids and teens, is launching a visiting artists program in schools this spring.
Kidberry, a learning and developmental play center for children in Harlem, offers some of the only classes of its kind in the neighborhood.
Artist Hannah Perry offers an array of art classes and activities at her new children's art studio, The Giggling Pig, in Shelton, Connecticut.
The Splatter Box art studio opened June 5 in Westport, offering art classes and workshops, art camps, birthday parties, and pottery painting.
Tie Dye Town, a special events venue that offers creative, hands-on art parties, opened its first Rockland County, NY location in late March.
After receiving a grant from the Arts Council of Rockland and the Arts-in-Education Program of the New York State Council of the Arts, Blue Rock School jumpstarted a new environment-inspired arts program called "Making Art from the Landscape," with a focus on indigenous art and people.
Art has long been encouraged among children to help enrich their creativity and development, and with the addition of their new Eco Arts & Traditional Hand Crafts program, Oyster Bay's Not Just Art has found yet another way to spark kids' interest.
Children’s responses to art can provide insight into their thought processes and perspectives about the world.
Children love to finger paint; but they end up with paint on their faces and fingers that can accidentally get into their mouths. Worried? Here are some tips to keep your kids safe.
“The place where all things Italian come to life” is an apt description of the Westchester Italian Cultural Center. The center, located in Tuckahoe, officially opened this past September and serves to promote Italian contemporary and historic culture through exhibits, classes, events and programs.