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Summer ARTventures: Time Warp (ages 9-12)

August 15, 2013 - 09:00 am to 11:30 am

Here’s the place for fun and creativity! Delve into art this summer with eight weeks of classes at the Cincinnati Art Museum. Each class is packed with exciting art projects, gallery games, and fun! Each week, children will discover all aspects of visual art through various themes and activities. Special themes classes are designed for children ages 5-8 or 9-12 and taught by highly skilled educators and museum staff.

  • Tuesdays (ages 5-8) & Thursdays (ages 9-12)
  • Option of morning session (9-11:30am) or afternoon session (1-3:30pm)
  • Each class will consist of a one hour gallery experience, a snack, and a one hour studio experience.

Registration:

Enrollment is limited to 30/session. To reserve a space, full payment must be received.

Reservations Required. $10 Art Museum Members, $20 non-members. Series pricing available: all 8 classes for $60 Art Museum Members, $120 non-members.

Registration fee includes all art materials and daily snack.

August 15 (ages 9-12)

Time Warp

Ever wish you could travel back in time? Well now you can. Journey back by taking a look at the artwork in our collection­—some of which is as old as 6,000 years. Learn about how they made art back then and adopt some of their techniques to make art in a whole new way.

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