Warwick Center for the Arts offers Presidents Week Workshops for Youth

Presidents Week Workshop – Printmaking from Nature

Ages 6-12, February 18 (9:30am – 12:00pm)

Join us for a fun-filled workshop focused on creativity and intuition. We will examine common textural objects found in nature as well as everyday household and recycled materials and use in our printmaking. We will build and print with our own handmade blocks.  The options are endless!

Instructor: Aileen Quinn

Cost: $30 WCFA Members/$35 Non-Members

Presidents Week Workshop – Collage/Paper Sculpture

Ages 6-12, February 19 (9:30am – 12:00pm)

This workshop will bring a new dimension to paper exploration. We will discover the possibilities with various types of paper substrate including pressed dried natural items, shiny, smooth, rough, soft … countless objects can be used in collage.  Students will have fun customizing their personal collages and 3-D masterpieces!

Instructor: Aileen Quinn

Cost: $30 WCFA Members/$35 Non-Members

For more information, visit the Warwick Center for the Arts youth classes page.

Warwick Center for the Arts offers Art Class for Ages 3-5

Tiny Hands: Exploratory Art

Ages 3-5

Three Thursdays, 10-11am, February 6, 13 and 20

Join us for creative fun! Sensory exploration is a large part of the artistic experience. This series of classes will introduce children ages 3 – 5 to art projects which will allow them to express their creativity while engaging their other senses. These tactile projects will encourage children to use all modes of their creativity. A parent or guardian must be in attendance (no drop-offs)

Instructor: Rebecca Stockdill

Cost: $45 for a 3-class series. $5 discount for current WCFA members

For more information and to register, visit Warwick Center for the Arts youth classes page.

Deadline to Register for the Poetry Out Loud Recitation Competition is Friday December 20th!

Poetry Out Loud is a national arts education program that encourages the study of great poetry by offering free educational materials and a dynamic recitation competition to high schools across the country. This program helps students master public speaking skills, build self-confidence, and learn about literary history and contemporary life. The competition is a state to national event held in early spring.
It’s not too late to register! Check out this video to learn more about the program. Register by contacting Martha Lavieri, Poetry Out Loud Rhode Island
Program Coordinator at 401-282-0304.