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Feelin’ Free – Visual Arts Exploration (age 6-8)

July 26, 2021
5:00 pm - 6:00 pm
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Summer 2021 will be a summer to remember for sure! Let’s make it even more memorable, for all the best reasons! Now that you’re a pro at Zooming for school, why not put those awesome skills to use in a fun art class designed just for YOU!

Students ages 6 to 8* are cordially invited to join Ms. Penelope in a hands-on art making experience that will focus on themes and activities that are guided by the students themselves as a way to develop self-expression, self-identity, and art skills all while creating new projects each week and finding sparks of joy along the way. [*Are you interested in a visual arts class for kids over the age of 8? We got you! Please check out our Feelin’ Free Visual Arts Exploration class with Ms. P for kids ages 9-12 on our Eventbrite page!]

Feeling’ Free – Summertime Visual Arts Exploration will be taught by LHYAC Teaching Artist, Penelope Uribe-Abee (Ms. P). This class will have a 10 student maximum capacity. All classes have an adult support staff assistant in addition to the lead Teaching Artist to help ensure the best experience possible for everyone.

Weekly classes will take place virtually via Zoom on Mondays & Wednesdays from 5 pm – 5:50 pm for 5 weeks starting July 12 through August 11, 2021. The Zoom link will be provided via email upon registration.

To participate, you will need:

a Zoom account
laptop, computer, i-pad, or other device with internet access
a piece of paper and a notebook to write down and sketch your precious ideas
lots of enthusiasm!
A special Home Art Kit with all the supplies and art materials needed to participate in this class will be provided to all registered students by LHYAC.

We look forward to having fun and creating art together this summer! Invite a friend and see you soon!


Online / Zoom


Lincoln Heights Youth Arts Center
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