CRCS Afterschool Program: Art and Craft for Life
The focus of the program activities is to introduce children to a wide range of media so they can explore their own creativity and discover their own passions. The projects are designed to be flexible enough to work well for ages 5-13 and are suitable for children of varying abilities or disabilities. For example, our pottery wheels are mobile and work on a table or on the floor.
Minimum 6, maximum 16 students per session.
This program takes place at the CRCS Afterschool Program at Ryder School.
DetailsSession 1 starts Tuesday September 30.
Week 1: Pottery wheel and hand building. Make a bowl on the wheel and handcraft a clay fish.
Week 2: Kumihimo is a Japanese weaving style. Students will create, set up and use a loom. They will each make their own bracelet.
Week 3 – Learn about glazes and techniques, then glaze the bowl and fish from week 1.
Week 4 – Make fused glass sun catchers, learning the basics of glass cutting and design.
Week 5 – Painting with acrylics on canvas, students will build a painting step by step.
Week 6 – Using polymer clay, we’ll teach the students the art of caning and how to structure a base to make a pen and holder set.