If I still had school age children or grandchildren, I would be instantly attracted to the Tucson Museum of Art’s summer art classes for kids. When our grandchildren were still young and being home schooled, my contribution to their worldly education was a weekly field trip. So I was always on the lookout for fun educational things to do with them.
Tucson parents and grandparents will want to enroll your budding painters, sculptors, printmakers, and sketchers in at least one week of art instruction.
Throughout June, the Museum offers art classes for ages 5-13. Classes are arranged by age and taught by local teaching artists and museum educators. Each class is limited to 15 children, so there’s ample opportunity for individual instruction. In addition, the students will discover diverse places and cultures through visits to the Museum’s galleries and historic buildings.
The amount and variety of art lessons is seriously impressive. To view the schedule and description of each session, go to the TMA here for the schedule.
$100 Members / $155 Non-Members per child per weekly half-day session.
Hours: 8:30 – 5:00.
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