Kids Art Classes In Portland, OR
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Bridgetown Conservatory of Musical Theatre offers professional training for middle and high school students SERIOUS about MUSICAL THEATRE. Classes include training in Voice, Acting & Dance, all taught by Broadway and NYC theatre professionals.
Experience integrated arts at beautiful Browns Ferry Park! For six weeks each summer, children explore theatre, music, dance, multicultural arts and crafts, writing, ceramics, basketry, weaving, photography, filmmaking, nature studies, and more.
Mimosa Studios is a family friendly "paint your own pottery" studio located in the Alberta Arts District. Painters of all ages and skill levels are welcome. No experience is necessary!
Oregon College of Art & Craft offers Spring Break and Summer Art Camps, Family Workshops and In-Service Art Days for kids 4-18. Classes include painting, drawing, photography, sculpting and much more!
Color Me Mine is a paint-your-own ceramic studio located in Streets of Tanasbourne Shopping Center. Our passion is to create a safe and fun environment for your family to enjoy painting and spending time together. No experience required!
Camp Fire Columbia - dedicated to helping youth find their spark, lift their voice, and discover who they are.
Come and have fun learning to draw some of your favorite Comic Book Super-heroes, Cartoon Characters, Japanese Manga and more with Spiderman artist Randy Emberlin....
Journey Theater Arts Group's primary programming is classes, camps and shows for kids ages 6 - 18. In addition, we offer summer shows for people of all ages to be cast and crew.
Portland Metro Arts is a nonprofit arts education and performance center serving the diverse community of Portland's east side.
The Circus Project is a non-profit circus school dedicated to transforming lives through the circus arts. We offer classes in aerial, theatre and acrobatics for all ages from two through adults, and for all abilities.
Dragon Arts Karate teaches Uechi Ryu Karate, a practice that developed in China in the 19th and 20th centuries. We offer lessons for all ages and skill levels and leadership and instructor training for advanced students.
Medallion Art is owned and operated by internationally recognized artist Judi Whiting, along with her husband, Bob.
Spark offers artists of all ages the opportunity to explore, learn and create. Programs include Preschool Messy Art, after school classes, home school programs, open studio and camps for grades K-8.
Catlin Gabel is Portland's nationally recognized progressive independent day school where teachers build transforming relationships with each student, honoring each child's innate capacities, encouraging exploration, welcoming questions,
Was founded in 1963 by a group of 10 artists who shared the idea of having a working, teaching gallery, a place for exhibition and instruction.
The mission of Portland Children's Museum is to inspire imagination, creativity and the wonder of learning in children and adults by inviting moments of shared discovery.
Boys & Girls Clubs of Portland Metro offers after school and summer programs that empower all young people, especially those who need us most, to discover their full potential as caring, engaged, responsible community members.
Woven Heart Studio shares the joy of working with our hands with children. Handwork and handicrafts enrich a child’s sense of Self, provide opportunities to improve fine motor skills, and cultivate a deeper connection with their community.
Vibe exists because arts education is missing in today’s daily educational system, especially for students. Vibe connects local teaching artists, passionate about bringing their love of music and visual arts to the students they work with.
Hands On Art & Play offers young children a place to explore arts, language and music in an environment that is exciting, safe and fun. We offer a morning preschool, afternoon classes and summer camps.
Founded in late 1892, the Portland Art Museum is the seventh oldest museum in the United States and the oldest in the Pacific Northwest.
Whether your crew likes gigglin’ and wigglin’, movin’ and groovin’, or dunkin’ and funkin’, you’ll find something for everyone at the Beaverton Hoop YMCA.
Kids cook their own meal from scratch and eat at the end of class. Recipes are sent home with kids at the end. Cooking birthday parties are also offered year round.
Children can learn so much from each other—that’s why students from six to eighteen mingle in all our classes.