ARTree Community Arts Center

ARTree Community Arts Center

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Art for All - Special Needs

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ARTree Community Arts Center


ARTree Community Arts Center Art for All - Special Needs 1
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Ages

12 - 18+ yrs

Adult participation optional
Dates

Fri, Jan 20, 2023 - May 26, 2023

17 classes
Time

5:30pm - 6:30pm PST

Location

22508 6th St, Santa Clarita, CA 91321

Instructor

Kay K.

Capacity

6 students

Discounts

Sibling Discount


Class Experience

Art For All is an art exploration class for IDD (intellectual and developmental disabled) students, with an emphasis on painting. We will explore different paint types, paper choices, brush types and styles in this semi-structured class. Caregivers, aides and therapists welcome if support needed.


The cost of this class has been reduced due to grant support from the City of Santa Clarita. Regional Center SDP payments accepted. Register using coupon code: SDP if using these funds.

Notes

This is a small group, in person class held in Studio 2 at ARTree. All necessary COVID safety protocols will be followed.

Other Things To Know

Adult Participation
Optional.

Caregivers, aides and therapists are welcome if support for student is needed.

Holiday Schedule
See Schedule
Cancellation Policy

For classes that are billed by the session, refunds will be issued after the start of the session less a $10 cancellation fee and a prorated charge for any classes that have been taken.


What To Bring

  • All materials are included 

ARTree Community Arts Center Location

The ARTree Studio 2

22508 6th St, Santa Clarita, CA 91321


Meet your Instructor

Kay K.

Kay has been an instructor with ARTree since 2013. She believes that everyone can get into their own creative "zone" and be active, free thinkers and makers. She especially loves to see students on their feet, moving to make art, making it a multi-sensory experience and outlet. Creatively, she works in collage, embroidery, printmaking, photography and jewelry-making.