Wednesdays, September 25 - November 20, 4:30-6pm

The 3rd Dimension: Ages 8-10

Inspired by modern and contemporary artists, students will create a variety of three-dimensional works in this eight-week course. Students use clay, wire, recycled materials and more to make sculptures that hang on the wall, sit on a pedestal, or suspend from the ceiling. Our subjects will include animals, plants, and abstract forms.




Wednesdays, September 25 – November 20, 4:30-6pm


Melanie Kehoss

Additional Information

Class will not be held on November 6th.

Advance registration required.


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