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It’s end of camp and back to school at the Workshop! At the same magic time!

By Rachael Baldanza, Creative Workshop Curriculum Director

Sophie Signorino's inspired version of John Sloan's paintingIt’s funny, every summer, as each child in the Rochester region starts getting ready for school to start, we are finishing up. It’s amazing how the cumulative creativity of hundreds of children can make the summer speed by! We’ve just started the last week of children’s and adult classes today. We don’t really believe in slowing down around here (it’s a little too fun to keep working).

Having fun with clay Green group Art Day School August 23Feel free to stop by and see the magical things the kids are making. If that’s not possible, here are a few pictures.

If this is the first you’ve heard of our classes, though, please take a moment to look at our Fall / Winter brochure of classes. We work with a wide variety of very talented artist teachers to plan classes that can teach anyone how to make satisfying works of art (amazing paintings inspired by museum favorites) or beautiful utilitarian objects (think balanced and beautiful coffee mugs).

Art Day School girls who made their own funky pipecleaner glassesWe’ve just expanded the curriculum (especially parent & child, sewing and art appreciation classes) in response to student requests. The Creative Workshop is dedicated to making art education fun, affordable, and available for even the trickiest of schedules. Please don’t hesitate to ask questions or let us help you find the right class. Our friendly staff is available by calling 585-276-8959. Plus we’ll all be at Clothesline for our Open House both days!

Photo captions in order: Sophie Signorino’s inspired version of John Sloan’s painting; Having fun with clay at Art Day School August 23; Art Day School girls who made their own funky pipecleaner glasses.

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