ONE Arts

ONE Arts

ONE Arts Does Stuff Matter?

Does Stuff Matter?


ONE Arts

ONE Arts Does Stuff Matter?

5 - 11 yrs


Wed, Dec 8, 2021


11:30am - 3:00pm EST


72 N Champlain St, Burlington, VT 05401


Charlie C., Mikayla M.


16 students


Sibling Discount

Class Experience

We will be working with beads and jewels and trinkets and clay! Students will make necklaces, bracelets, rings, earrings and clay dishes. We will talk about physical things that are special to us, whether because we found it and think it’s beautiful or because it was passed down to us. We will look at some sculpture artists who make work in this vein.


Teacher contact info and other class details will be emailed before camp.

Class Requirements

  • Please let your child's administration and teacher know that a ONE Arts teacher will pick up your child from school.

Sample Class Format

  • School pick up at 11:30am, walk to art center
  • Circle time, intros, lunch, upon arrival
  • Park/playground
  • Art projects
  • Snack
  • Pick up at 3pm
  • After care 3-5:30 (additional cost, must have 2 or more sign ups to run)

What To Bring

  • face mask
  • lunch, snacks, & water bottle
  • smock or wear clothes that can get messy
  • weather appropriate gear for playing outside

ONE Arts Location

ONE Arts Center

72 N Champlain St, Burlington, VT 05401

Meet your Instructors

Charlie C.

Charlie is an Old North End community member and he's so excited to be a part of ONE Arts! In his free time he likes to cook, play guitar and write songs, draw, play soccer, fish, and laugh until his stomach hurts. He graduated from Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers in 2019, where he got a BFA in painting and printmaking and a minor in Art History! He has taught environmental education for the Keewaydin Foundation and worked in special education at Colchester Middle School.

Mikayla M.

Mikayla was born and raised in Vermont. She previously worked at TW Wood Art Center in Montpelier where she taught after school art and summer camps. She has ten plus years of experience working with kids in all different settings. She earned a BFA in Studio Arts at Johnson State College in 2018 and received a MFA in Studio Arts with a concentration in Painting and Sculpture at NVU-Johnson in 2020. Mikayla loves to paint, make installation art, craft, travel and play tennis.