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ARTS Arena

 

ARTS has created a program to help entertain, educate, & unite our children, families and communities.


We invite the youth, ages 5 – 18, to develop some creative pieces and to share them. This may be a drawing, a painting, a clay piece, a poem, a photograph, a video, music, a short performance, a science experiment. 







"It is the supreme art of the teacher to awaken joy in creative expression and knowledge." -Albert Einstein

Our FREE after school classes introduce children to various forms of art while encouraging creative thinking in a fun and safe environment. Taught by local artists, musicians, and educators, classes are designed to build self-confidence while contributing to artistic skills, leadership development, better academic performance and barrier breaking.  ARTS After School is held weekly during the school year in six rural school districts, three private schools, and two community centers in Fayette county.  All materials are provided.  In order to keep the program going, and offered FREE to all participants, we are accepting sponsorship funds.  


Enrollment Requirements:

  • Students 1st - 8th grade may apply 
  • No enrollment fee required 


Note: Early registration is advised. 

Fine Art Assemblies

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“Music is like painting in sound. You take it into your inner heart and never lose it. It’s eternally mysterious.” - Van Cliburn

Since time and expense prohibit transporting regional children to metropolitan areas, ARTS brings the performing artists to our rural communities! These FREE performances give children a front row seat and a backstage pass to world-class fine arts experiences.


Recent performances include: Houston Grand Opera to Go, Ballet Austin, the UH Concert Chorale, a Marimba Band, and a professional storyteller.


Are you interested in performing for the Fine Art Assemblies? 


If so, give us a call today, and become a inspiration! 

Summer Camp Schedule to date, it may change due to the COVID-19.

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Summer Art CAmps

Summer Camp Schedule to date, it may change due to the COVID-19.

 Our summer ART camps and workshops allow children to explore new and creative ways to express themselves, and maybe even discover a new hobby!  Register Today (see below)!  

Summer Camp Schedule 2020

June 15 - 19

  •   Art Attack (Mixed Media) - Instructor Bailee Justus 
  • Clay Fun - Instructor Chris Kosler

June 22 - 26

  • Recycle Art - Instructor Cindy Garwood
  • Wearable Art - Instructor Sarah Green

June 29 - July 3rd

  • Creating with Concrete - Instructor Stephanie Shroyer
  • Mixed Media - Instructor Cindy Garwood

July 6 - 10

  • Cooking - Instructor Chris Kosler
  • Media Mania - Instructor Amanda Eaves

July 13 -17 Grades 1st - 8th

  • Theater Week - Instructors Jeremy Kudos & Lauren Mazoch

July 20 - 24

  • Mosaics - Instructor Jeri Hrbacek
  • Music - Instructor Betsy Hankins

Fayetteville Teen Camps Grades 7-12

Camps are held Monday thru Friday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.  The cost per student is $95/week.  Campers must be dropped off and picked up at the ARTS building located at 114 N. Live Oak St. in Fayetteville.  Campers must bring a sack lunch/drink each day. Please bring a smock. 

June 15 - 19

  • Mosaics - Instructor Jeri Hrbacek

June 22 - 26

  • Quick & Easy Painting with Acrylics - Instructor Michael Clann

July 6 - 10

  • Painting - Instructor Allyson Hoffmann

Weimar Civic Center

 

ARTS will have one week of Summer Art Camp in Weimar.

Creating with Concrete  Instructor: Stephanie Shroyer 

July 6th - 10th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

The cost per student is $45/week.   


Campers must be dropped off and picked up at the Weimar Civic Center.  Campers must bring a snack/drink each day. 


Please bring a smock/or clothes that can get dirty

Flatonia Civic Center

ARTS will have one week of Summer Art Camp in Flatonia.


 Renaissance & Fantasy Art (Mixed Media) Instructor: Jackie Moreno   

 July 6th - 10th from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. 

 The cost per student is $45/week.   

Campers must be dropped off and picked up at the Flatonia Civic Center in Flatonia.  Campers must bring a snack/drink each day. 

Please bring a smock/or clothes that can get dirty