October 21, 2013

Classes: Adventures In Printmaking + Musical Theater + Gymnastics For Tots

Offerings at Children’s Museum of the Arts, Lucy Moses School, and the Little Gym.

By Mia Weber

Note To Readers: Our “Classes Of The Week” feature highlights classes we love, regardless of whether they have availability at the moment. Be sure to check with each venue for availability and certainly keep it on your radar for future enrollment.

Children’s Museum of the Arts
Explore printmaking techniques through historical and contemporary examples in Printmaking Through the Ages. Kids will create colorful monotypes, relief prints, Islamic tile patterns, and Andy Warhol-inspired silk screen prints. While kids build skills in printmaking, they’ll also gain knowledge of art history. cmany.org

Lucy Moses School at Kaufman Music Center
In the Musical Theater Workshop, kids ages 8-12 sing, improvise, play theater games, and develop basic acting skills in the fall months. Then during the winter/spring, they develop and perform original musicals that they’ll present in the concert hall. The emphasis is on concentration, teamwork, and creativity. kaufmanmusiccenter.com

The Little Gym
The Little Gym’s gymnastics program for preschoolers and kindergarteners has been designed to help children reach developmental milestones. Independent from parents, kids learn gymnastics fundamentals and have plenty of fun. Try the Funny Bugs class for children ages 3-4. thelittlegym.com

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