For the Homeschool Child, Fall 2018

ART CLASSES for the Homeschool Kiddos and Family 
Wednesday Afternoons 1 to 2 PM   
Our first class of the first trimester of the year begins on Wednesday, September 5th.
Consider joining us for an OPEN HOUSE on Thursday, August 30th from 430 to 6 PM.
Additional Weekly Slots Available by Request.

All children need the opportunity to express themselves visually. Give your child this opportunity through a high quality and individualized art education here in these beautiful and engaging art studios. 

"Artbug" classes consist of small groups and
are designed to incorporate a great variety of visual art experiences. Hands-on learning and developing a studio practice is a top priority, as well as, learnings about Artists and Art History. Science, technology, research, practice, drawing skills, and positive modeling practices are encouraged in this exemplary creative environment. Students have experience and access to a printing press, 3D printer, pottery wheels, sewing machines, needle printing machine, an extensive art library, art resources, and more. In March, we have a spectacular Young Artist exhibit in honor of their work and in coordination of annual Youth Art Month. All Classes taught by Art Educator and Artist-In-Residence Helene Farrar. More Information about Helene at or under "About Instructors". 

This time slot specifically allotted for homeschooled students can be modified for other days of the week.  Dependant on family schedules and budgets.
For 5 to 9 children in a class, the cost is $15. per child which includes all tuition, materials and a healthy snack. For 4 children or less, the cost is $20. per child per class.
Scholarships available for some and work-study opportunities for Teens and Young Adults.Please feel free to call Helene and see how we can make this a go for your family:) 

To register your child or your homeschool group,
please call Helene at (207)485-5691 or email directly at
Please note registration form below.

Field Trip to the Colby College Museum of Art to see
 the Art of Bernard Langlais. What a treat.

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