Top Arts & Crafts Classes for Kids in Vancouver
Some unique drop-in programs are available this fall at the Burnaby Village Museum, including tool making with steel, Tunisian crochet, quilted wall hanging, holiday crafts, and forge welding among others. It is safe to say that nowhere else in Greater Vancouver has offers this selection of programs for kids, where "History Comes to Life".
Based in West Van, Art Mania is committed to delivering high quality and unique art experiences for people of all ages. Their elementary school programs bring exciting opportunities for students to explore techniques and materials that are often beyond a school’s art classroom resources. All programs are designed and delivered by art specialist, Mary Hay and her team, and include age appropriate history lessons along with great activities.
SewGood specializes in sewing classes for the absolute beginner. The focus is to work with commercial patterns and build basic sewing skills as students progress through the four levels. Each level introduces new techniques and reinforces ones that were previously learned. Class sizes are limited to four students so there is a lot of individualized attention. All equipment is supplied.
4Cats Kerrisdale offers art supplies, art wear, parties, classes and workshops.
Led by a team of happy artists who love what they do, the staff at 4Cats believes wholeheartedly that art brings joy, a love of learning and makes the world a better place.
An established arts centre and music school in Coquitlam, PDA has classes and lessons for all ages and skill levels—from babies to boomers and from recreational to pre-professional training.
Their visual arts classes are offered in a wide variety of media, including fibre and ceramic arts. Students are encouraged to take more than one session, as each session introduces new ideas, techniques and materials.
Bricks 4 Kidz® is an experienced based educational program focused on introducing children to principles of science, technology, engineering and architecture. Through the use of lab-focused exercises, utilizing LEGO® bricks, the children have the ability to learn, create and explore. The LEGO component is a fun way to add an artistic and creative element to the sciences!