Our Teaching Philosophy
Our children’s programming is centered around getting kids excited about creating and all of the possibilities that it can bring to life. If you can tap into a child’s passion and provide them the support and supplies they need, they’ll often surprise themselves with what they can accomplish! It’s all about having the freedom to explore and discover. Children find new ways of expressing themselves through projects that reveal and develop talents, building healthy self-regard and confidence, as well as developing creative thinking skills.
Ages 5-11 Mondays and/or Thursdays After School
2:50-5:00pm (pick up children at the Center by 5:15
Taught by Becca McHale
Give your child a stimulating boost of creativity every week after school! We’ll create a variety of projects and crafts that explore art concepts and develop creative skills and techniques. As weather permits, we’ll go on nature walks and create Art in the Park! Snacks will be provided. Classes are set up in month-long blocks. We’ll pick up the children at 2:50pm and safely walk them from SA and IAA to the art center. Children from other schools are welcome, but must be dropped off at the Center at 3pm. Please inform us of food allergies and other important info on the registration form! Preregistration is required. Only 12 spots available. If buying a month of classes, select the first class of that month from the pull down menu. Classes are $22.50 with 50% off for siblings.
Buy a full semester of classes to get a 10% discount!
Buy All Mondays (18 classes) for $364.50
Buy All Thursdays (21 classes) for $425.25
Mondays Jan (3 classes) = $67.50
Thursdays Jan (4 classes) = $90
Mondays Feb (3 classes) = $67.50
Thursdays Feb (4 classes) = $90
Mondays March (3 classes) = $67.50
Thursdays March (3 classes) = $67.50
Mondays April (3 classes) = $67.50
Thursdays April (3 classes) = $67.50
Mondays May (4 classes) = $90
Thursdays May (4 classes) = $90
Mondays June (2 classes) = $44.50
Thursdays June (3 classes) = $67.50
All About Creative Camps!
Camps at the Art Center are focused on fun, and all the different ways an artist can express themselves. We spend our time making art projects in a variety of media, practicing drama, story telling, dancing, playing organized games, as well as having free imaginative play time. If weather permits, we go to a local park after lunch. We’re flexible too! You can register your child for a week of creativity or just select the days you need. Our camps are for ages 5-11. The dynamic of the mixed age group creates a little community in which some kids become leaders, helpers, assistant teachers, and care givers. It’s pretty neat to see. After signing up on Eventbrite (camp names below are links to Eventbrite), please fill out the online registration form at http://www.OneArtsCenter.com to provide us with important allergy and emergency information for your child.
What to pack:
Snowpants, hat, & gloves for winter camps, other weather appropriate clothes for spring and summer camps, as well as sunscreen and/or sun hats for our trips to the park. Please pack lunch and a large water bottle or other drink.
Full days are 8:30am – 3pm with the option to extend care to 5:15pm
Half Days, when school lets out early, are 11:30am – 3pm with the option to extend care to 5:15pm
Full day rates 8:30-3pm: $60 per child, $50 for Members, and $30 siblings
Half Day rates 11:30-3pm: $35 per child, $30 for Members, and $15 for siblings
Weekly rate (covers 5 full days): $250, $150 for siblings
Extended care 3-5:15pm: $20 per day, $10 siblings
Dates & Times:
June 16th (Friday) and 19th (Monday) are half days 11:30am – 3pm or 5:15pm
June 20th – 30th 8:30am – 3pm or 5:15pm
Aug 21st – Aug 29th 8:30am – 3pm or 5:15pm
Taught by Bria Yazic
Note: June 16th and 19th are half days! School releases at 11:30am. We’ll pick up kids from SA and IAA at 11:30 and safely walk them to the art center.
June 16-23rd: Around the World
June 26th-30th: Greek Mythology
August 2nd-30th: Middle Ages
Bria recently earned her masters of education from Saint Michael’s College, specializing in teaching English as a non-native language. In addition to various schools in Burlington and Winooski, she has also taught in India and Brazil. She loves learning about new cultures through the arts, and harbors a passion for theatre she hopes to instill in students this summer. When it comes to crafts, Bria’s specialty is making new creations out of recyclables. In her spare time, she loves folk dancing, hiking, and philosophical conversations.