Whether you’re just starting out, or looking for more advanced workshops and classes, our skilled faculty and resident artists will help you build your clay skills. Classes for adults and children. We offer camps and private parties too.
Our instructors are locally and internationally known not only for their art but for their instructional quality. The art center, which has three painting studios, a pottery studio, a children's art room, an Apple computer lab and and a specialty studio for metalsmithing, stone sculpture, woodworking and fused glass is housed in a beautifully renovated old schoolhouse, walking distance from the Goldens Bridge Train Station.
STEM & Arts courses ranging from 3Dprinting, coding, cooking, drones, photography, robotics, theater and many options in between. Including Sports/Swimming & Fencing! Transportation & early/extended day options. More info at www.challengecamps.com
3d Video Game Creation Class
Kids learn the coding, graphic arts, writing and design needed to team up and create their own games from concept to completion, then publish their games to the Steam & Google Play Store.
Over 100 different classes & camps are offered ranging from academic (reading, writing, math, science) to enrichment (technology, art, music, cooking, film, sports, theater) to transition programs (intro middle school, high school, and college).
Little Dreamer is a creative time for kids to image, dream and create art that will inspire their young minds! We support sensory art, art therapy, mindful art and hands-on activities. Many programs are led by Kids for Kids!
MagicDance Toddler Classes, children ages 1 to 3 years & their Parent or Caregiver at Audubon Greenwich. Creative Movement, Dance, Music, Art, Languages, & Nature Science Tuesdays 9:15-11:15, with 1 hour option available. firstname.lastname@example.org
Explore and discover our programs which include Classes, Workshops, In-school Residencies, Touring Productions, and Mainstage Musicals. These opportunities cover disciplines such as acting, singing, dancing, and film.
Creative Family programs are rooted in the concept that artists—innovators fueled by curiosity, risk-taking, and experimentation—naturally connect with and stimulate the inherent sense of wonder in a child. The Aldrich trusts in the ability of families to explore sophisticated art and generate diverse ideas around and in response to it. Afternoon studios, camps, weekend workshops, and family friendly exhibition tours allow for peer-to-peer learning and intergenerational exchange.
Whether a two year old working with a parent or an 18 year old preparing a portfolio for art school admission, experiences here are individual even in a group setting, and by and for the artist themselves.
The Masters School empowers independent thinkers through a rigorous curriculum based on active intellectual exploration. Our enriching curriculum seeks to impart a broad knowledge and develop intellectual capacities in a transformational way.
Classes are led by dedicated educators from the Westport school district and the region. Partner organizations also provide engaging programs and include 3Dux Design, Bricks 4 Kids, Happy Code Club, HobbyQuest, and more.