Classes and Workshops

Kaleidoscope School of Fine Art offers classes for children and adults on a weekly basis.  

Fall 1 begins on September 8 and runs for 7 weeks through October 24.

Fall 2 begins on October 26 and runs for 7 weeks through December 19

No class during the week of Thanksgiving

Fall 2

Registration

begins October 1

October 26- December 19

7 weeks of classes

No class the week of Thanksgiving

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Join us for adult classes during the daytime or evening!  Painting, Drawing, Mosaic, Clay, Tapestry and more!

Classes meet in the afternoon, evening and on Saturdays.  Looking for a private class? Time doesn't work for you? Email annmarie@kaleidoscopeart.org

Zoom Classes

We're zooming now! New zoom classes will  be added throughout the fall.  Have a small group? Email annmarie@kaleidoscopeart.org to arrange your own class! 

Covid-19 Health and Safety Information

Here’s what we’re doing:

Class sizes are limited to 6 students

Classrooms have been rearranged to maximize distances between students

Separate entrances are designated for the 3 different floors of the building:

Door A (Glass Door on Front Porch)- For Classes on the Main Floor

Door B (Red Side Door on Porch)- For Classes on the Second Floor

Door C (Door by picnic bench)- For Classes in the Basement Clay Room

Supplies will be sanitized between classes.

Common surfaces will be wiped down between classes (4 times a day).

Teachers will be wearing face coverings.

Teachers will be completing a self assessment regarding COVID19 on a daily basis 

Hand washing will be required upon entrance.

Hand sanitizer will be available throughout the building.

 

Here’s what you can do:

Walk your child up to the appropriate door, but don’t come in.

Make sure your child is wearing a mask or face covering.

Ensure that your child does not have a fever.

Stay at home if your child is not feeling well.  

Arrive at least 5 minutes early, so you will have time to park and meet your child near the porch.

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