Children, art and summer; what better combination?

Summer art programs, clay workshops and more on the Alberni arts scene.

The Rollin Art Centre invites children aged seven to 12 years to participate in our summer art programs.

Camps run every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday beginning at 12:30 p.m. and run until 3:30 p.m., featuring a new theme each week.

These summer art programs promise a creative outlet children need and enjoy. Our wonderful summer student, Tess, has planned fun activities that integrate art with learning. Check out the full summer lineup on our Facebook page: www.facebook.com/rollinartcentre.

Play with clay every day

Children who love to play with clay should enroll in this two-day workshop, aptly named Play With Clay.

This two-day clay workshop is for children ages nine-12 years , Sat. July 11th and Sat. July 18th, from 9-11 at the Rollin Art Centre. Learn the fundamentals of clay. Cost is $35 plus $10 for supplies. Register today, as space is limited.

Writing workshops filling up

If you’re a teen and you like to write creatively, then this workshop is for you. The Write Mindset is a creative writing workshop designed for youth aged 10–12 years and teens 13 and older. Every Monday mornings, 9:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. are for 10-12 year olds and afternoons, 1–4 p.m. for teens.

For more info and to register, call the Rollin Art Centre today, 250-724-3412. Space is limited.

Wildlife in view until July 11

The Rollin Art Centre’s current art exhibit features the wildlife photography of Drew Glaser. Don’t miss this collection of photographs capturing wildlife and outdoor photography. Glaser’s exhibit runs until July 11.

Terrace teas start July 2

Dennis Olsen opens the fundraising teas with his acoustic guitar on July 2 from 1–3 p.m.

Tickets are $12 seniors/students, $15 adults and $10 for children under 12. Refreshments too.

 

Melissa Martin can be reached at the Rollin Art Centre, call 250-724-3412.

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