Spark Your Kid’s Creativity with 4 Art Classes Near Ann Arbor

Explore drawing, painting, pottery and more fun for all ages.

Are you ready to unlock your child’s creative potential and immerse them in a universe where art meets imagination? Look no further! We’ve gathered a selection of the most vibrant and inspiring art camps and studios near Ann Arbor.

Ann Arbor Art Center (A2AC)

At Creativity Camps, where fun, education, and artistic exploration are all combined every day, you can immerse your child in a world of creativity and innovation. A wide range of artistic mediums, such as graphite, paint, pastels, charcoal, watercolor and sculptural materials, are available for campers to work with, guaranteeing a broad and stimulating creative experience.

Abrakadoodle Art Studio for Kids

This art studio offers more than simply painting instruction; it’s a cultural passport that exposes your child to a wide range of artists and their distinctive styles. Your child will go on an artistic adventure in this art studio, using a variety of mediums such as soft clay, colorful paints, and flexible wires to develop their motor skills and spark their imagination. Children as young as 20 months old to 16 years old can enroll in classes.

Clay Work Studio

At this studio, creativity knows no bounds, welcoming budding artists from K-12 and even adults! The classes are tailored to match each age group and skill level, ensuring a project-based learning experience. Dive into the exciting world of pottery with an array of workshops, including the ever-popular wheel throwing sessions. Looking for something special? The one-time classes are perfect for celebrating milestones, creating memories on special occasions, or simply enjoying a delightful creative escape.

Maker Works

Take part in the hands-on “Birdhouse Make & Take” workshop, a perfect introduction to the world of woodworking and tools. In this engaging 2-hour session, designed for individuals aged 13 and up (younger enthusiasts are welcome with an adult participant), you’ll learn the basics of measuring, cutting, sanding, gluing, hammering and drilling. With a cozy class size of just 8 people, priced at $50 per person, you’ll receive personalized guidance as you create your very own birdhouse to take home. No prior experience is required, making this workshop an ideal starting point for those looking to dip their toes into crafting and tool use in a supportive, positive environment.


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Darlene A. White
Darlene A. White
Darlene A. White, is a dedicated freelance journalist based in metro Detroit. With over a decade of journalistic experience under her belt, she creates compelling stories that attract a diverse readership, with a particular emphasis on parenting. As a mom of twins, Darlene enjoys library visits, park coffees and Target outings.

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