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Fall, Winter, Spring Classes

updates Feb 16,

Fall 2019 Classes begin mid-Sept as follows:

Open Studio, Tues.,  begins Sept 17
Art Experiences,Sat: Oct 5
Open Studio, Wed., This class may change day and or time. Check back late Sept for updates.
(Scroll down for Homeschool classes.
Homeschool students are welcome to sign up for afterschool and Sat classes.)

Advance registration required. Classes with fewer than 5 students may be cancelled.

Students are welcome to join a class at anytime.
Schedule is subject to change depending on enrollment.
Classes can also be arranged for your group of family and friends.
Students must register and pay in advance. We cannot accommodate walk-ins

  • Open Studio: grades 2-6

  • Drawing Class: Grades 2-6

  • Painting Class: Grades 1-6

  • Exploration in Clay: Grades 1-6

  • Sculpture or Mask with clay and “stuff”

  • Saturday Pre-K Art Experiences

  • Saturday Morning Art Experiences

  • Home School Students, Clay Workshop: Grades 1-6

  • Home School Students, Open Studio: Grades 1-12

  • Home School Students, Exploration in Clay: Grades 1-6

  • Home School students: Art Experience

  • Home School Students Explore Drawing: Grades 2-6

  • Write and illustrate a book: Grades 1-6

  • TEENS Open Studio

  • TEENS Clay Hand-building Techniques for Sculpture, Pots, & Box

TEENS looking for something else? Go to Art Samplers for details about other possibilities.

Private Lessons are available for teens who want to learn to use new media or practice and develop current skills. Please call for details.

Common Content for all Art Classes:

The focus of our art classes is to engage students in studio art practices. In addition to learning about the tools and materials that artists use, students will also gain experience in imagining their own ideas and making them into art. 

Students will engage in a  number Studio Artists activities when creating art work. Learning about new techniques, materials, or subject matter often requires some research. Artists may use sketches or small models to help organize their thoughts and try out ideas. Artists also spend time in their studio practicing new ways to use materials and tools in preparation for creating a new work of art.  

Opportunity to explore and practice using tools and materials is an important part of the studio art process. Students are encouraged to think about and make creative decisions about their work. Students work at their own pace and the number of projects completed by each student will vary. Projects that may not seem successsful by adult standards can never-the- less provide important learning opportunities for students.

For more information about Daydreamers' philosophy about art education, please click "The Art Studio".

Student Art

  • Painting
  • Drawing
  • Sculpture
  • Ceramics
  • Special Projects
  • Mixed Media