Clementine Studio is a full-time art enrichment program for children and adults and is the educational partner of OpenArts. Located at its new facility at 2775 Valmont Road, Clementine Studio offers classes, workshops, camps, and even host birthday parties so bring the kids down for some artistic fun and let your little one’s creative side shine!
The next event is the Native Art Forms Workshop on Thursday, November 11th from 11:00 am to 2:30 pm (BVSD in-service day) and is for children 5-9 years old. The children will have the opportunity to explore art forms from various Native American cultures. From designing a leg rattle used in Cheyenne and Arapaho Indian ceremonies to sculpting a clay pot totem inspired by the tribes of the Pacific Northwest, your child is sure to have a fun and educational day off from school! Please remember to pack a sack lunch for your little tyke. The cost of this workshop is $60 (materials included).
For more information please visit openartsclementine.org.
Blogger’s Choice Artist of the Day:
OpenArts Studio #003
One person’s trash is another’s treasure. Nancy Anderson creates a wide array of beautiful jewelry out of time and sun aged discards from another era. She is a modern day forager who prefers alleys, salvage yards and fields to storefronts. Influences for Anderson’s wearable artwork include her love for the Southwest, eclectic pop and folk art. She refers to her belt buckles as “wearable shrines of intention”.