Art Classes for Kids & Teens Ages 6-16
10:30AM - 11:30AM
Members: $10 (per day)
Non-members: $15 (per day)
During the school year, weekends are the perfect time for creating art at the Museum. Led by one of our on-site instructors, students learn new artistic processes and techniques followed by an interactive art project formatted to fit their age level. Each Saturday Studio session features a different theme working with media such as printmaking, painting, drawing, sculpture, and collage.
Mexican folk art arose from the blend of different Mesoamerican cultures and influences from around the world. Decorative mirrors, popular for their functionality, often depicted these different styles and traditions. Join Art Educator, Victor Gonzales, in learning more about Mexican folk art and create your own Mexican Mirror.
Fall 2019 Schedule
Aug 17 - Abstract Cubism
Aug 31 - Salt Painting
Sept 7 - Mexican Mirrors
Sept 28 - Madhubani Art
Oct 5 - Keith Haring Posters
Oct 26 - Optical Illusions
Nov 2 - Paper Cut Molas
Nov 16 - Totem Poles
Dec 7 - Pointillism
Dec 21 - Faux Stained Glass
Saturday Studio • Ages 6-16
Members: $10 (per day)
Non-Members: $15 (per day)
Please register one student at a time.
Pre-Registration closes on Friday at 2PM prior to each class.
Please call the Museum for additional availability.
About The Class:
No experience is required. Early drop-offs or late pick-ups are not permitted and will result in an additional fee. All supplies are included in class fees unless stated otherwise. Space is limited and if the class is full, please contact the front desk to be placed on a waiting list. For more information regarding our classroom policies, please visit bmoa.org/class-policies or contact our Education Coordinator at (661)323-7219.
To ensure the safety of the artwork on display and of others, BMoA has strict rules for gallery behavior. Please inform your group of these rules before arriving.
- Keep hands at least one, arms-length away from artwork and the walls
- There is no horseplay or running allowed in any areas of the museum
- It is expected that chaperones will intervene to prevent any misbehavior in the galleries
- Students must use their "inside voices;" no yelling or screaming of any kind
- Absolutely no food or drink is allowed inside the Museum
- You are allowed to take photographs, but no flash photography
Not a member yet? Become a member to receive the member price on this and future classes.
Learn more about additional membership benefits HERE.
Help improve BMoA education programs by completing a brief survey. Tell us how to better serve our community and you by telling us what you would like to see from us.
To complete the survey click here.