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Messy Kids Painting Summer Camp

Monday–Friday
1pm–4pm, July 31 – August 4
Youth Ages 7–11

Instructor: Rebecca Morrissey

Art is messy and fun in this hands on paint camp.Splash, smush, rub and scrape onto the canvas using toys as your tools to create art that is fun and memorable.

Includes a trip to the community center for Issaquah’s annual Splash Day on Wednesday.

Please bring a nut-free snack and labeled water bottle to each class.

Optional Lunch Bunch available from 12-1pm. Cost is $30 for the week. (If enrolling in both AM & PM camps, then Lunch Bunch fee is waived). Please bring a nut–free sack lunch. MEALS NOT PROVIDED.

All materials provided.

Register Here

Class Fee: $120/members, $130/nonmembers
Prerequisite:
 None.
Levels/Age: All/11-17
Min/Max: 6/12
Note: Workshops with less than minimum enrollment may be cancelled one week prior to start date.
Location: artEAST Art Center

Optional Lunch Bunch available from 12-1pm. Cost is $40 unless enrolling in both AM & PM camps, then fee is waived. Please bring a nut–free bag lunch .

artEAST is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization whose vision is to be a catalyst for a vibrant and enduring visual arts community. Thanks to generous grants by the Robert B. McMillen Foundation and an anonymous grantor, artEAST is able to offer our summer camps for kids without a supply or processing fee. artEAST is a proud supporter of art in our schools through the Issaquah School art docent programs as well as presenting multiple free community events throughout the year, including Art Walks, Fantastic Fly-In, Salmon Days, Highlands Day, the Sammamish 55+ Program and more.

 

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