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Step Up in Style: Parent/child workshop with Kadie Sanders
6/21/2024 - 6/21/2024
10:00 AM - 1:00 PM EST

Event Description

Instructor:  Kadie Sanders

Date:  June 25, 26, 27 - Open hours 10-1

Location: The Art Place Studio Classroom

Fee: Members: $25, Non-members: $40

Maximum Class Size: 16

About the Class:  *Keep in mind*** This is an open time, 3-day workshop. Come and go as often and as long as you please!
Open studio time- 9 am-2 pm
One of the most important items to have in your house when you have a Little One, is certainly the step stool, or three!
In this class, you will learn a method of upcycling wooden furniture with your child's artwork!
At this time, this class is a three-day drop-in class. As a parent, I understand how your day does not always go according to plan. The classroom will be reserved for three days for you to come when you can. Come one day, come all three. Stay an hour or stay the whole time. Your young one is welcome to come and participate with you. Please, keep an eye on them, especially around the beautiful open art studios in the building. Whatever works for you! Creative time is a wonderful way to de-stress and relax from the busyness of life.

Supplies: Bring a few of your child's artworks for inspiration.
If you already have a wooden stool and you would like to give it a makeover, you are welcome to bring it. Otherwise, if you would like the instructor to provide a stool for painting, you must reserve one. Note-these are stools bought second hand. The cleaning and prep work will occur during class. Students should bring their favorite medium to class, old magazines for cutting out pictures, one of their personal artworks, and a mixed media sketchbook (size optional). Bring paint clothes and snacks/drinks. Some of the classes will be outside so sunscreen, hats and appropriate layers of clothing.

Instructor provided stools are an additional 25.00 payable to the instructor.  
Artist Bio:  Kadie Sanders marks 1999 as the year she began teaching art and the creative process to children. She enjoys meeting artists of all ages. She is currently working on her graduate degree in Interdisciplinary Studies in Sustainable Art Practice. Tradition wisdom informs Kadie's art-based research. Her most recent project is working with Eastern Band of Cherokee artist, Laura Walkingstick, on learning the cornhusk dollmaking tradition.