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Children will work with ceramic artists Guillermo "Memo" Guardia to create their own Little Clay House on the Prairie. Bring a photo of your house; we will use clay to recreate them. Your clay house on the prairie could have bedrooms, living room, kitchen, a porch, a dog, a cat, or create an entirely new house. We will use under glazes to add color to the clay houses.Find out more
Whether your child is a budding artist, an explorer, or an adventurer—every class offers something right up their alley and will open their eyes to new experiences.
Students will learn in a supportive, small class setting with plenty of individual instruction. Creative challenges awaFind out more
Are you an aspiring writer? Do you have ideas for a story, but don’t know where to start? Do you have a written work you would like critiqued? Then this group is for you! All writers are welcome. Whether you’re interested in story-telling, writing essays, poetry, or other types of writing. Bring questions, suggestions, and ideas. Don’t forget your pen and paper!Find out more
Presented by The Arts Center in cooperation with Two Rivers Performing Arts School. A courtroom has never been more lively and fun than in The Big Bad Musical! This smart and wickedly funny musical is great for actors and audiences of any age. The jury — your audience — must decide the outcome of the biggest trial ever in the fairy-tale world! The notorious Big Bad Wolf is being slapped with a class-action lawsuit by storybooks of quirky characters who want to get even: Little Red Riding Hood, her Grandmother, the Three Little Pigs and the Shepherd in charge of the Boy Who Cried Wolf. Parts will be assigned and lead roles will be expected to study their parts throughout the month of June. Camp meets in the Arts Center Gallery.Find out more
Wood carving with the local Woodchippers… Experienced carvers and curious beginners are all welcome to drop in a get carving. The more experienced members of the Woodchippers group will help get beginners started. The group meets every Thursday evening, except Holiday weeks. This is a free activity.Find out more
Mozart’s The Magic Flute (Die Zauberflöte) is one of his last works and an opera full of wonder, fantasy, and enchantment. A sensation since its debut in Vienna in 1791, it is a microcosm of Mozart’s mature genius. Classes will give listeners a fuller understanding of the story (libretto), the music, Mozart as man and composer, and the era in which it was created.Find out more
MEET PEOPLE. MIX DRINKS. MAKE ART.
Join us after work for a creatively good time. 5:30 – 7:00 pm in the Hansen Arts Studio. This happy hour takes place on the third Wednesday of each month with a different creative activity. RSVP required or pre-registration required.Find out more
Participants in grades K – 4 can join us the 2nd Saturday of each month to explore various crafts in the world of fiber. Students will engage in the full “farm to fiber” experience. We will learn about fiber producing animals, dye wool, learn how to spin the wool on a drop spindle, learn to weave, do wet felting and needle felting projects and knit and crochet.Find out more
Paris was the undisputed capitol of arts and culture throughout the 19th Century. With artists like Monet, Chopin, Hugo, Delacroix, Berlioz and Dumas making the city their home, Paris of that time boasted what is probably the greatest concentration of artists of genius the world has ever known. Learn about Parisian art and artists of the period as well as the tumultuous history of a city that shaped an epoch unique in the annals of history.Find out more